Movie Diary 5/22/2014

Miller’s Crossing (Joel Coen, 1990). Everything’s in motion from the first moments of the movie, and except for a few tilts toward undue cleverness (and yet even those are justified if you accept that this world can’t be seen without a healthy sense of the absurd) – the Coens weren’t quite locked-down in their command yet – the film just proceeds in its awesome pattern from there.

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