The clip give-me-the-barton-fink-feeling from Barton Fink (1991) with Michael Lerner, Jon Polito. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
People will say to you...
Wallace Beery, wrestling... it's a B picture.
You tell them... bullshit!
We don't make B pictures here at Capitol.
Let's put a stop to that rumor right now.
Join us. Join us.
We're talking about the Wally Beery picture.
Got a treatment on it yet?
We just bought the story.
Saturday Evening Post.
The hell with the story.
Wally Beery's a wrestler.
Give me his hopes, his dreams.
Naturally he gets mixed up with a bad element
and a romantic interest or else an orphan.
Lou, think Wally's too old for a romantic interest?
Look at me.
A writer in the room,
and I'm asking Lou about the goddamn story.
Which is it, Bart?
Maybe we should do a treatment.
Hell! Let Bart take a crack at it.
He'll get into the swing of things
or I don't know writers.
Let's make it a dame. Keep it simple.
The important thing
is we all want it to have that Barton Fink feeling.
We all have that feeling,
but since you're Barton Fink,
I'm assuming you have it in spades.
I like you.
If all my writers were like you,
The clip give-me-the-barton-fink-feeling-part-2 from Barton Fink (1991) with Michael Lerner, John Turturro. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
I wouldn't have to get involved.
Have something by the end of the week.
I heard about your show, by the way.
My man in New York saw it.
Says it's damn moving, a little fruity,
but I guess you know what you're doing.
Thanks for your heart.
We need more heart in motion pictures.
We're all expecting great things.
The clip charlie leaves nystery package from Barton Fink (1991) with John Goodman, John Turturro
Barton, can I come in?
Jesus... you're leaving?
Have to, old-timer, just for a little while.
Everything's okay, believe me.
I know it's rough mentally,
but everything's been taken care of.
Charlie, I got no one else here.
You're the only person I know in Los Angeles
that I... that I can talk to.
I feel like I'm...
like I'm losing my mind, like I'm going crazy.
I don't know what to do.
I didn't do it, believe me.
I... I'm sure of that, Charlie.
You got to get a grip on, brother.
You got to carry on till I get back.
Try and stay here. Don't talk to anyone.
We got to keep our heads,
and we'll figure it out.
You asked me to believe you and I do.
Now, don't argue with me.
Look, pal, can you do something for me?
Keep that for me till I get back.
It's just a lot of personal stuff,
but I don't want to drag it with me.
When everything that's important to a guy,
The clip charlie leaves nystery package Part 2 from Barton Fink (1991) with John Goodman, John Turturro
everything he wants to keep from a lifetime,
and he can fit it all into a little box like that.
I guess it's pretty pathetic.
It's more than I've got.
Well, keep it for me.
Maybe it'll bring you good luck.
It'll help you finish your script.
You'll think about me. Make me your wrestler.
Then you'll lick that story.
Yeah, yeah, sure.
I'll see you soon, friend. You'll be fine.
And you'll be back?
Don't worry about that, compadre.
I'll be back.
The clip opening credits from Barton Fink (1991)
The clip barton takes a bow from Barton Fink (1991)
Kissing it all good-bye. These four stinkin' walls,
six flights up,
the el that roars by at 3 a. m.
Like a cast-iron wind.
Kiss 'em good-bye for me, Maury.
I'll miss 'em... like hell I will.
Not anymore, Lil. I'm awake now,
awake for the first time in years.
Uncle Dave said it...
"Daylight is a dream
if you live with your eyes closed. "
Well, my eyes are open now. I see the choir.
I know they're dressed in rags,
but we're part of that choir.
Yeah, both of us,
and you, Maury, and Uncle Dave.
Sun's comin' up, kid.
They'll be hawkin' the fish
down on Fulton Street.
Let 'em hawk.
Let 'em sing their hearts out.
That's it, kid.
Take that ruined choir. Make it sing.
So long, Maury.
We'll hear from that kid,
and I don't mean a postcard.
Let's spit on our hands and get to work.
It's late, Maury.
Not anymore, Lil.
The clip barton takes a bow Part 2 from Barton Fink (1991)
The clip barton calls audrey from Barton Fink (1991) with John Turturro, Judy Davis
This is Barton Fink in room 621.
Could you try a number for me in Hollywood?
Right away, sir.
Pick it up. Pick it up.
Audrey, I need help.
I know I shouldn't be calling you like this.
I wouldn't have if I could see any alternative.
I'm sorry. Listen, how are you?
You doing okay?
Who is this?
Barton! I'm sorry. It's Barton Fink.
Barton, I'm afraid it's not a good time.
I'm sorry. I just feel like I need...
I know I shouldn't ask.
I just need some kind of help.
I have a deadline tomorrow.
All right, Barton.
I'll see if I can slip away.
Oh, if you could...
If I can.
He... He gets jealous.
I need help, Audrey.
I'll try to slip out
if he quiets down, passes out.
I'm afraid he thinks...
Well, he said you were a buffoon, Barton.
He becomes irrational.
I'll try and slip away.
Who is that?
The clip audrey wrote mayhew's scripts from Barton Fink (1991) with John Turturro, Judy Davis
Audrey, thank you for coming.
I'm sorry to be...
such a... such a...
That's all right, Barton.
Everything's going to be all right.
Yes. Thank you.
Yes. Thank you.
Oh, he's, uh...
He drifted off.
He'll sleep for a while now.
What is it you have to do exactly?
Well, I have to come up with an outline,
I guess you call it,
the whole goddamn story, soup to nuts, three acts,
the whole goddamn...
That's all right, Barton.
You don't have to write actual scenes.
No, but the whole goddamn...
have you ever read any of Bill's wrestling scenarios?
Yes, I'm afraid I have.
What are they like? What are they about?
usually they're simple morality tales.
There's a good wrestler and a bad wrestler,
whom he confronts at the end.
In between, the good wrestler has a love interest
or a small child he has to protect.
Bill would usually make the good wrestler
a backwards type or a convict,
and sometimes, instead of a waif,
he'd have the wrestler protecting an idiot man-child.
The studio always hated that.
Some of the scripts were so...
The clip audrey wrote mayhew's scripts Part 2 from Barton Fink (1991) with Judy Davis, John Turturro
Barton, look, it's really just a formula.
You don't have to type your soul into it.
We'll invent some names and a new setting.
I'll help you. It won't take any time at all.
I did it for Bill so many times.
You did what for Bill?
You wrote his scripts for him?
Well, the basic ideas were frequently his.
You wrote Bill's scripts?
Jesus, you wrote his...
Well, what about before that?
Before Bill came to Hollywood.
Bill was always the author, so to speak.
What do you mean, "so to speak"?
Audrey, how long have you been his...
Let's concentrate on our little project.
I want to know how many of Bill's books you wrote!
I want to know!
Only the last couple.
And my input was mostly editorial, really,
after he had been drinking.
Jesus, "the grand productive days"!
What a goddamn phony.
William goddamn Phony Mayhew!
All his guff about escape!
I'll say he escaped!
We don't have much time.
The clip glowing reviews from Barton Fink (1991) with John Turturro
Your table is ready, Monsieur Fink.
In fact, several members of your party have already arrived.
Is Garland Stanford here?
He called to say he'd be a few minutes late.
Ah, here we are.
Barton! Barton, so glad you could make it.
You know Richard St. Claire
and Poppy Carnahan.
Charmed, charmed, charmed.
We're drinking champagne in honor of the occasion.
Have you seen the Herald?
I won't embarrass you,
but Caven could hardly contain himself.
Richard and Poppy here loved the play.
What did the Herald say?
I happen to have it.
"Bare Ruined Choirs:
Triumph of the Common Man.
The star of Bare Ruined Choirs
was nowhere seen on the stage last night,
though the thespians acquitted themselves admirably.
The find of the evening
was the author of this drama about simple folk,
fishmongers, in fact,
whose brute struggle for existence
cannot quite quell their longing for something higher.
The playwright finds nobility
in the most squalid corners
and poetry in the most callous speech.
A tough new voice in the American theater has arrived,
and the owner of that voice is named...
Barton Fink. "
They'll be wrapping fish in it in the morning.
I can't start listening to the critics,
and I can't kid myself about my own work.
A writer writes from his gut.
His gut tells him what's good and what's...
The clip glowing reviews Part 2 from Barton Fink (1991) with John Turturro, Meagen Fay
I don't pretend to be a critic,
but Lord knows I have a gut,
and my gut tells me it's simply...
And a charming gut it is.
Oh, you dog.
I thought you were going to join us.
The clip capitol pictures offer from Barton Fink (1991) with John Turturro
Jesus, Garland, you left me alone with those people?
I'll join you in a minute.
We have to talk a little business.
I've just been on the phone to Los Angeles.
Barton, Capitol Pictures wants to put you under contract.
They've offered you $1,000 a week.
I think I can get them to go as high as 2.
To do what?
What do you do for a living?
I'm not sure anymore.
I guess I try to make a difference.
There's no pressure here because I respect you,
but a brief tenure in Hollywood
could support you through the writing
of any number of plays.
I don't know, Garland.
My place is here right now.
I feel I'm on the brink of success.
I'd say you're already enjoying some.
No. Don't you see?
Not the kind of success where critics fawn over you
or producers like Derek make a lot of money.
No. A real success.
The success we've been dreaming about...
the creation of a new living theater
of and about and for the common man.
If I ran off to Hollywood now,
I'd be making money,
going to parties, meeting the big shots,
but I'd be cutting myself off
from the wellspring of that success,
from the common man.
Oh, I guess I'm spouting off again.
You see Caven's review?
No. What did it say?
Here, take my copy.
You're the toast of Broadway,
and you have an opportunity
The clip capitol pictures offer Part 2 from Barton Fink (1991) with David Warrilow, John Turturro
to redeem that for a little cash...
Strike that. A lot of cash.
The common man will still be here when you get back.
They may even have one or two of them out in Hollywood.
That's a rationalization, Garland.
Barton, it was a joke.