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O Brother Where Art Thou?

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Sonik3000, Nov 26, 2001.

  1. Sonik3000

    Sonik3000 Senior Member

    Joined: Apr 10, 2000 Messages: 2,452 Likes Received: 3
    I'd just like to begin a tribute thread.
    This movie rocked.
    The soundtrack was all the old-timey stuff I was brought up on as a little kid.
    And it's based on the Odyssey.
    I know the Odyssey backwards and forwards.
    Ulysses too, and there's even a few tips of the hat in there to it.
    And crime. Let's not forget crime.
    So thanks Coen Brothers.
    That movie rocked.
     
  2. I loved that movie,
    The replacement of torturo by a frog after he meets the 'sirens' made me laugh to tears for some reason.
    Coen brothers really have a sense of humor and a very extraordinary view on life.
    I really enjoyed their latest film as well.
    Homer is the man, you should read the original:)
     
  3. chizm

    chizm Senior Member

    Joined: May 29, 2001 Messages: 1,165 Likes Received: 0
    yeah, that movie made my year. i doubt anyone would say differently, unless they're trying to contradict the thread like a smart ass.

    the soundtrack is a gem too.

    two big, swolen thumbs up for Raising Arizona aswell.
     
  4. garcia_vega

    garcia_vega Elite Member

    Joined: Jan 6, 2001 Messages: 2,931 Likes Received: 2
    my favorite music in that movie was the dude who sold his soul to the devil so he could play the guitar.
     
  5. blahblahblah

    blahblahblah Veteran Member

    Joined: Mar 30, 2001 Messages: 5,527 Likes Received: 0
    amazing movie. Something about the colors of that movie will always stick with me. Very vibrant.

    "The Man That Wasn't There" is going to be amazing too
     
  6. me and the girl probably spent over $70 trying to watch it. we would rent it, not get a chance to watch it, put it somewhere to return it and forget for like a month. we idid this on at least 4 occasions, no joke. we finally got to watch it the other weekend and both loved it. too bad we coulda bought it cheaper...
    good stuff though
     
  7. Big Bruno

    Big Bruno Senior Member

    Joined: Oct 8, 2001 Messages: 2,472 Likes Received: 70
    john goodman is good man...ah man im sorry that was bad......what?
     
  8. Smart

    Smart Dirty Dozen Crew

    Joined: Apr 14, 2000 Messages: 17,017 Likes Received: 175
    back in december I was going through boxes of my music shit and found an old book of folk songs, it was my dad's in the 60's and somehow I copped it, maybe when I stole his Mickey Baker book, but anyway, most of the songs were kinda beat up, but there was this one... it really caught my eye and then my ear... I was almost to the point of having it all worked out and suddenly that movie came out and 'I am a Man of Constant Sorrow' was all on the radio and tv... I was so pissed, they stole my thunder so I dropped the song... I guess I'm still bitter...
     
  9. Pilau Hands

    Pilau Hands Guest

    thanks, i'll put that on the list

    shout me a holla
     
  10. suburbian bum

    suburbian bum 12oz Loyalist

    Joined: Jan 30, 2001 Messages: 14,673 Likes Received: 3
    yes that movie ruled, i have the soundtrack too.

    If your looking for good music of that style check out doc watson, like whoa.
     
  11. You're in the US?
    Its not on theaters yet?
    I've seen the film its DOPE, very different from 'oh brother' or 'Lebowski'
    but very good film, it reminded me Jarmuch's "Dead Man"
     
  12. Handjob

    Handjob Guest

    That movie was great. The haunting little ditty that the Sirens were singing was my favorite song...
     
  13. Smart

    Smart Dirty Dozen Crew

    Joined: Apr 14, 2000 Messages: 17,017 Likes Received: 175
    DOUBTLESS!!!! Also Flatt & Scruggs, Earl Flatt got his start with Doc Watson, but he and Lester are best known for the theme to the Beverly Hillbillies...
     
  14. diggity

    diggity Guest

    most definatly one of the very best movies i've seen. soundtrack rocks as well. has anyone bought the follow up soundtrack to it? i cant recall the name of it. but its music inspired by the movie or some shit. is that the doc watson of which you guys speak? fill me in.
     
  15. done em'

    done em' New Jack

    Joined: Jul 31, 2001 Messages: 38 Likes Received: 0
    i saw "the man that wasn't there" a couple days ago, definately worth seeing. the coen brothers have done it again
     
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