Coen Brothers Collection: 3DVD Boxset [Fargo/Raising Arizona/Miller's Crossing] £5.99 delivered @ HMV - HotUKDeals
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Coen Brothers Collection: 3DVD Boxset [Fargo/Raising Arizona/Miller's Crossing] £5.99 delivered @ HMV

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Fargo:William H. Macy plays Jerry Lundegaard, a Minneapolis car salesman who is, by all accounts, a loser. He is desperately in debt, so decides to hires two thugs (who are bigger losers than he is) t… Read More
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Fargo:William H. Macy plays Jerry Lundegaard, a Minneapolis car salesman who is, by all accounts, a loser. He is desperately in debt, so decides to hires two thugs (who are bigger losers than he is) to kidnap his wife in the hope that his wealthy father-in-law (who bullies him regularly) will pay the ransom. When one of the kidnappers goes off the rails and events career out of control, it falls to Marge Gunderson, Chief of the Brainerd Police Department, to set things right.

Raising Arizona:Ex-con Hi and ex-cop Ed meet, marry and long for a child in the wilds of Arizona. When Ed discovers she's barren the God-given solution is presented: to snatch a baby from a set of quins. Thus begins a series of kidnappings, capers and rum goings-on that revolve around the helpless yet universally-loveable child. Hi's convict friends, his boss, and even the Lone Biker Of The Apocalypse become involved in the ever-twisting plot in the quest to own the baby.

Millers Crossing:The year is 1929. The place is an gangster-ridden American city run by Leo (Albert Finney). But the real power lies with Tom (Gabriel Byrne), the power behind the man. Their friendship is severed when they both fall in love with the same woman (Marcia Gay Harden) and a bloody gang war erupts...
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#1
Bought. Voted HOT.
#2
3 great films. Fargo and Miller's Crossing are my favourite Coen films. If you are asking then Intolerable Cruelty is my least favourite, the break-in part was the only Coen-ish bit about that film and even that wasn't as entertaining as I would have hoped for.
#3
Agree - 3 excellent films at an excellent price
#4
Why is this expired?

I like the Coen stuff, I was in Fopp the other day and this clueless couple was talking about Coen Brothers, the girl saw Fargo which she obviously never heard of and went:
"Fargo? That's fairly new isn't it?"
Guy: "Errr, yeah."

In my head I thought: "Yes, if you class a 14 year old film as fairly new I suppose it is!"

The amount of times I wanted to interrupt people talking nonsense when browsing DVDs...
#5
coconuts
Why is this expired?I like the Coen stuff, I was in Fopp the other day and this clueless couple was talking about Coen Brothers, the girl saw Fargo which she obviously never heard of and went:"Fargo? That's fairly new isn't it?"Guy: "Errr, yeah."In my head I thought: "Yes, if you class a 14 year old film as fairly new I suppose it is!"The amount of times I wanted to interrupt people talking nonsense when browsing DVDs...

Doesn't matter, doesn't matter at all, don't get all stressed and pretentious about it,
fact that you've seen the film and they haven't, it really doesnt matter at all!
#6
paulhea
coconuts
Why is this expired?I like the Coen stuff, I was in Fopp the other day and this clueless couple was talking about Coen Brothers, the girl saw Fargo which she obviously never heard of and went:"Fargo? That's fairly new isn't it?"Guy: "Errr, yeah."In my head I thought: "Yes, if you class a 14 year old film as fairly new I suppose it is!"The amount of times I wanted to interrupt people talking nonsense when browsing DVDs...


Doesn't matter, doesn't matter at all, don't get all stressed and pretentious about it,
fact that you've seen the film and they haven't, it really doesnt matter at all!


Of course it doesn't matter if people have or haven't seen a film, that wasn't my point.
It's just the fact that you pretend you know something about a film even though you have absolutely no clue, proven by the guy's response of confirming his girlfriend's assumption.

Pretentious about having seen a Coen film? Really?
#7
coconuts
Why is this expired?

I like the Coen stuff, I was in Fopp the other day and this clueless couple was talking about Coen Brothers, the girl saw Fargo which she obviously never heard of and went:
"Fargo? That's fairly new isn't it?"
Guy: "Errr, yeah."

In my head I thought: "Yes, if you class a 14 year old film as fairly new I suppose it is!"

The amount of times I wanted to interrupt people talking nonsense when browsing DVDs...


I feel the same. Especially in cinemas when some prole sat behind reviews a film on seeing the trailer. The last one to truly irk me was "that looks rubbish" after the Inglourious trailer. This same imbecile then went on to clap at the end of the film we were watching; which was the Hangover. As though the actors could hear his applause. Moron.
#8
Have you's seen Blood Simple ? My personal fave Coen film.
#9
dodoegg1
coconuts
Why is this expired?

I like the Coen stuff, I was in Fopp the other day and this clueless couple was talking about Coen Brothers, the girl saw Fargo which she obviously never heard of and went:
"Fargo? That's fairly new isn't it?"
Guy: "Errr, yeah."

In my head I thought: "Yes, if you class a 14 year old film as fairly new I suppose it is!"

The amount of times I wanted to interrupt people talking nonsense when browsing DVDs...


I feel the same. Especially in cinemas when some prole sat behind reviews a film on seeing the trailer. The last one to truly irk me was "that looks rubbish" after the Inglourious trailer. This same imbecile then went on to clap at the end of the film we were watching; which was the Hangover. As though the actors could hear his applause. Moron.


The joy of cinemas, I usually avoid peak times because of this.
But there you have it, disliking good cinema while applauding conveyer belt films seems to go hand in hand.
Reminds me of the people clapping when the plane lands, when was the last time you applauded your butcher for cutting your meat right? Thanks for not killing us but I thought that'd be a stretch to ask us for money only to lead us into certain death...

Same with the girl I overhead boasting about her large DVD collection, only to call City of God rubbish.

Sorry, I can ramble all day.

Not seen Blood Simple, will put it on my infinitely long list of films to watch.
#10
coconuts
dodoegg1
coconuts
Why is this expired?

I like the Coen stuff, I was in Fopp the other day and this clueless couple was talking about Coen Brothers, the girl saw Fargo which she obviously never heard of and went:
"Fargo? That's fairly new isn't it?"
Guy: "Errr, yeah."

In my head I thought: "Yes, if you class a 14 year old film as fairly new I suppose it is!"

The amount of times I wanted to interrupt people talking nonsense when browsing DVDs...


I feel the same. Especially in cinemas when some prole sat behind reviews a film on seeing the trailer. The last one to truly irk me was "that looks rubbish" after the Inglourious trailer. This same imbecile then went on to clap at the end of the film we were watching; which was the Hangover. As though the actors could hear his applause. Moron.


The joy of cinemas, I usually avoid peak times because of this.
But there you have it, disliking good cinema while applauding conveyer belt films seems to go hand in hand.
Reminds me of the people clapping when the plane lands, when was the last time you applauded your butcher for cutting your meat right? Thanks for not killing us but I thought that'd be a stretch to ask us for money only to lead us into certain death...

Same with the girl I overhead boasting about her large DVD collection, only to call City of God rubbish.

Sorry, I can ramble all day.

Not seen Blood Simple, will put it on my infinitely long list of films to watch.


Haha so true.

Weird, I remember reading that comment about a girl bragging about her DVD collection only to denounce City of God. For some reason I have retained this information despite it being posted seemingly an age ago, it was at a college or something wasn't it? Ah my memory, it just loves to store other peoples recollections of the actions of thick people.

I thought Blood Simple was too slow; a bit like No Country though I did enjoy the latter.
#11
dodoegg1
coconuts
dodoegg1
coconuts
Why is this expired?

I like the Coen stuff, I was in Fopp the other day and this clueless couple was talking about Coen Brothers, the girl saw Fargo which she obviously never heard of and went:
"Fargo? That's fairly new isn't it?"
Guy: "Errr, yeah."

In my head I thought: "Yes, if you class a 14 year old film as fairly new I suppose it is!"

The amount of times I wanted to interrupt people talking nonsense when browsing DVDs...


I feel the same. Especially in cinemas when some prole sat behind reviews a film on seeing the trailer. The last one to truly irk me was "that looks rubbish" after the Inglourious trailer. This same imbecile then went on to clap at the end of the film we were watching; which was the Hangover. As though the actors could hear his applause. Moron.


The joy of cinemas, I usually avoid peak times because of this.
But there you have it, disliking good cinema while applauding conveyer belt films seems to go hand in hand.
Reminds me of the people clapping when the plane lands, when was the last time you applauded your butcher for cutting your meat right? Thanks for not killing us but I thought that'd be a stretch to ask us for money only to lead us into certain death...

Same with the girl I overhead boasting about her large DVD collection, only to call City of God rubbish.

Sorry, I can ramble all day.

Not seen Blood Simple, will put it on my infinitely long list of films to watch.


Haha so true.

Weird, I remember reading that comment about a girl bragging about her DVD collection only to denounce City of God. For some reason I have retained this information despite it being posted seemingly an age ago, it was at a college or something wasn't it? Ah my memory, it just loves to store other peoples recollections of the actions of thick people.

I thought Blood Simple was too slow; a bit like No Country though I did enjoy the latter.


Haha, that was me, good to know I keep repeating myself. ;)
It was at uni, thankfully I'm outta there now, you'd think film students knew stuff about film but oh was I naive.

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