Hail, Caesar!


Comedy / Mystery

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 85%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 47%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 100108


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Scarlett Johansson as DeeAnna Moran
Emily Beecham as Dierdre
Channing Tatum as Burt Gurney
Tilda Swinton as Thora Thacker / Thessaly Thacker
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778.21 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 46 min
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1hr 46 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by blumdeluxe 7 / 10

Better than the ratings

"Hail, Caesar!" tells the story of a film company manager who has to deal with a kidnapped star, an attractive job offer, a lightly talented western actor and many more.

This film has an almost incredible cast. If you notice how many really big names appear throughout the movie it gives you an impression of the reputation the Coen brothers have in Hollywood. This one surely isn't their best work so far but still I find it better than many of the ratings here would suggest. Even though there's not a huge story (which actually is the case in many other Coen films as well), I felt entertained and eager to know how things will turn out in the end. There's a fine sense of humour surrounding the way Hollywood is depicted here that breathes the love for cinema that motivates the producers. The acting of course is fantastic and these points add up in my opinion to make a decent film.

All in all this is nothing you mustn't miss but it is a very nice addition to Hollywood cinema. Just give it a try and judge for yourself and you'll be probably surprised in a positive way.

Reviewed by vinsond21 3 / 10

A so-called comedy that is not worth hailing

I love the Hollywood movies from the 1940s and 1950s, so i was really looking forward to seeing this Coen brothers' effort. Sadly, i was extremely let down by a movie that had no charm, not wit and no humor. I enjoyed many earlier Coen brothers' movies including Raising Arizona, Hudsucker Proxy, Intolerable Cruelty and Burn After Reading, so maybe i had high expectations. This one was however dismally trite. The only actor who provided a bright spark was Channing Tatum. Unlike the classics from that period, Hail, Caesar! will not stand the test of time.

Reviewed by jacklmauro 1 / 10

Hail, Garbage

Before I die, I'd like someone to explain to me why the Coens are so revered. This offering, I grant you, lacks the usual scenes of sadism they like toss in. But that's pretty much all it's got going for it. First off, there's no story. None, and Clooney's being seduced by commie screenwriters is not a story. Then...what decade is this? Brolin uses a 1930s phone, the musical numbers are MGM late 1940s, and there's a singing cowboy star who would not be a star in the 1940s. THEN - the pastiche numbers. I've seen lots of Gene Kelly/sailor dancing films. Basically, I kept waiting for a movie to start. One never did.

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