Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter turns an urban legend about a Fargo obsessive into a funny-sad saga starring Pacific Rim’s Rinko Kikuchi.
The greatest decade is making a comeback, but did it ever really go away?
From Kevin Spacey to Gina Rodriguez, every single actor who took home a Golden Globe in a television category was a first-time winner. And freshman shows swept their categories as well.
2014 a encore prouvé que désormais, les œuvres les plus enthousiasmantes se regardent sur le petit écran. Attention : ce post contient quelques spoilers.
From The Good Wife and Mad Men to Guardians of the Galaxy and Gone Girl, there were television shows and films that the staff of BuzzFeed Entertainment couldn’t stop talking about this year. Let’s get critical!
More of these ladies in 2015, please! #Knope2016
Because obviously TV is better than spending time with your drunken family.
From Game of Thrones to Family Guy, BuzzFeed staffers pick their favorite installments of TV this year. Presented in no particular order.
These are the actors who left their mark on film and television this year. Now they enter 2015 as Hollywood’s most exciting new players.
Yes, The Good Wife, Orange Is the New Black, Parenthood, and Mad Men were all fantastic this year — but this is about the newcomers. Presented here in no particular order. Caution: Potential spoilers ahead!
Let us pray that Orange Is the New Black finally takes down Modern Family.
You’re out of your element.
These films are dark, depraved, and deeply hilarious.
Despite the show’s outstanding female lead, we should have seen this macho bullshit coming.
You should go watch FX’s Fargo right now.
Finishing its first season last night, Fargo went out with a phenomenal bang. Without giving anything away, here are 7 reasons, in GIF-form, why you should go check out the best show of 2014 (even over True Detective).
THE DAMN GREATEST. A love letter to Allison Tolman’s wry Bemidji police officer.
Sure, you probably saw Forrest Gump and There’s Something About Mary, but what about What’s Eating Gilbert Grape and Kids?
The new Fargo series is an adaptation of the Coen brothers film that doesn’t use the same characters or story. Instead, it tries to recapture the setting, sense of humor, and accents that make the movie a modern classic.
The highest-grossing movies filmed in 30% of the states starred either Robert Downey Jr. or Shia LaBeouf.
At the premiere of Joel and Ethan Coen’s Inside Llewyn Davis, the movie’s cast revealed their favorite lines from the Coens’ other movies. What’s your favorite?
In advance of his Mondo solo show in Austin, Texas, artist Mike Mitchell talks exclusively to BuzzFeed about his thinking behind a half-dozen of his pop-culture portraits.
Gosh darnit, Minnesota, you’ve got a lot to be proud of. So go ahead and toot your own horn!
Et tu, Fargo? Santorum unfazed (he must be used to it by now).
The 1996 film put his city on the map, but Mayor Dennis Walaker doesn’t care for the Coen brothers’ brand of humor.
An art show pitting the properties of film nerd powerhouses Quentin Tarantino and the Coen Bros. against one another. If this were a March Madness bracket, the championship bout would be between “Pulp Fiction” and “The Big Lebowski.” Here’s hoping that “Miller’s Crossing” is this year’s Cinderella story. More info on the show from Spoke Art.
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