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nothere413's avatar


I didn't really get this the first time I watched it. Couldn't stop laughing the second time, though. And it gets even funnier when you realize that spoiler
12 years 1 month ago
zaptone's avatar


I felt like i missed a lot not being Jewish
12 years 10 months ago
SamuelThorne's avatar


Much like Inside Llewyn Davis (2013), very few of the integral stories of A Serious Man are resolved, but that's kind of the point. Larry Gopnik wanted answers for all of life's questions, but of course he never really finds them, nor was he mean't to, because that's life.

An authentic, curious and well-thought comedic drama from the Coens - the appeal is in the craftsmanship and in the characters.
9 years 9 months ago
frankqb's avatar


A well made film by the Cohens. Consistent, watchable, humourous, and wise.
14 years 4 months ago
Bokonon's avatar


Probably one of their most clearly nihilistic movies.
7 years 5 months ago
martinscorsaucy's avatar


The engraved teeth sequence is just brilliant, so Coen brothers.
6 years 6 months ago
Karmacarroll's avatar


Got the black part, not really the comedy aspect.
12 years 7 months ago
jacob_john's avatar


one of Coen's best.
12 years 7 months ago
ufosxm's avatar


Dark humour with a touch of feel good, but at the same time you'll be sitting on nails, just waiting for him to explode. He just wants to live a simple life.
12 years 11 months ago
dajmasta94's avatar


Wow what an ending. A film that I can easily see frustrating many however what's funny is that would only solidify the point of the film. It leaves you with the same feeling of existential dread that the main character is struggling with throughout. Very powerful. Also one of the funniest dark comedies you'll see.
6 years ago
Scratch47's avatar


Surreal and brilliant.
13 years 7 months ago
adr1s's avatar


I'm convinced they added loud sounds through the movie to wake you up when you fell asleep
2 months ago
Siskoid's avatar


An exploration of the incomprehensibility of the universe filled with missed messages from God, whether that God is the Jewish Hashem or the secular power of mathematics. Both are one and the same in this film, and Their presence can be felt in what could easily become my favorite tragi-comedy of the year. I'm a sucker for Schrodinger's Cat references anyway.
6 years 5 months ago
niesl2's avatar


Not among my favorite Coen brothers films, but the scene with rabbi quoting the Jefferson Airplane is definitely win.
14 years 1 month ago
piet's avatar


I really like this one. It's stuck in my head, so that's a good sign.
14 years 1 month ago

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