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Audience Reviews for Hail, Caesar! Nov 12, 2017 Few directors have a track record as hit and miss as the Coen brothers. For every masterpiece they also deliver a real stinker.
Their new film, “Hail Caesar!” is an exhilarating switchup: A comic fable that’s both deftly clever and irrepressibly goofy. It is also, from stem to stern, the sweetest and sunniest film the Coens have ever made. Although you might not guess that from its opening shot, of a sculpture of a crucified Christ figure in a Catholic church.
I am surprised at the number of reviewers describing this film as a shallow and meaningless picture as, for me, Hail Caesar is both a very coherent and exceptionally valid critique of the influence of money on the art of film-making.
Overall I enjoyed Hail Caesar! The setting was outstanding and the cast was phenomenal and I wish the film ahd given them both more to do. As it is it is still an entertaining film even with little action. Perhaps repeat viewings will give me more appreciation for the film and its nuances or
- Ethan Coen, Joel Coen
- Alden Ehrenreich
Feb 03, 2016 · With Hail, Caesar!, the perpetually subversive Coens may have actually subverted subversion by making their hero the suit who would be the villain in any other showbiz movie. In some ways, Hail,...
- Jim Vejvoda
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Jul 19, 2011 · Hail Caesar gives each division commander and general a leadership rating of between 5 (poor) and 10 (great). To give orders to (i.e., activate) a unit or group of units, players indicate what the unit (s) will do if activated, roll 2d6 and add the results together.
Mar 06, 2016 · Hail, Caesar! review – superbly silly The Coen brothers conjure up nostalgic joy from this hilarious knockabout homage to the golden age of film George Clooney ‘revives his dopiest O Brother, Where...
HAIL, CAESAR! is a Coen brothers comedy set in 1950s Hollywood, where morals clauses run afoul of human mistakes. It follows movie studio mogul (and resident fixer) Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin), who must handle what just might be the most grueling 36 hours of his professional life.