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Homer's epic poem "The Odyssey", set in the deep south during the 1930's. In it, three escaped convicts search for hidden treasure while a relentless lawman pursues them.
23 Jan 2010
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Taken from the Cohen brother’s movie from 2000 - Brother, Where Art Thou.
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Die 14jährige Mattie Ross (Hailee Steinfeld) ist fest entschlossen, den kaltblütigen Mord an ihrem Vater nicht ungesühnt zu lassen. Da die Behörden ihr nicht helfen, will sie den feigen Mörder Tom Chaney (Josh Brolin) mit eigenen Mitteln seiner gerechten Strafe zuführen. Für 100 Dollar engagiert sie den trunksüchtigen und raubeinigen U.S. Marshall Rooster Cogburn (Jeff Bridges), der es mit dem Gesetz selbst alles andere als genau nimmt. Widerwillig lässt er sich von Mattie überreden, sie auf die Jagd nach Chaney mit zu nehmen - quer durch die gesetzlosen Weiten der Prärie. Doch sie sind nicht allein, denn auch Texas Ranger LaBoeuf (Matt Damon) will den Flüchtigen stellen, um eine Kopfprämie zu kassieren, die auf Chaney wegen eines weiteren Mordes ausgesetzt ist. Unfreiwillig ziehen sie zu dritt weiter und schon bald kommt Mattie dem Mörder ihres Vaters gefährlich nah... Joel & Ethan Coen sind Meister ihres Fachs - mit jedem neuen Film überraschen sie auf stilistisch und inszenatorisch eigenwillige Weise. Nach dem preisgekrönten „No Country for Old Men" erweisen sie mit TRUE GRIT erneut dem Western-Genre Reverenz. Packend, kraftvoll und visuell überwältigend interpretieren sie den Klassiker „Der Marshall" neu. Mit Jeff Bridges („Crazy Heart") in der legendären John Wayne-Rolle als verschrobener Haudegen Rooster Cogburn, einer starken Debüt-Performance von Hailee Steinfeld als toughe Farmerstochter sowie Matt Damon („Green Zone") als selbstgefälliger Texas Ranger und Josh Brolin („Wall Street: Geld schläft nicht") als feiger Mörder, gelang Joel & Ethan Coen ein wahrer Besetzungscoup. Kameramann Roger Deakins, ausgezeichnet u.a. für „No Country for Old Men" und „O Brother Where Art Thou", fand für TRUE GRIT raue, eindringliche Cinemascope-Bilder.
24 Feb 2011
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In which we spend a day at the office playing cricket, talking about perfume, and making fun of each other. Also, I do strange things in the apartment, and do a happy dance for 10 SUBSCRIBERS! What will happen at 50? Thank you EVERYONE! Subscribe! Comment! Like! Visit the blog! *******phdlight.blogspot****/ Today's Uncyclopedia: Wey is a noun/verb that is used in fluent language in some parts of south-east London, it has also been used in name place titles, which are definately more funny if the word 'wey' is defined. To define it however, would break the universe, and, more importantly, annoy the pesky admin. It was widely believed that Wey originated in the year 0, when a certain widely-discussed holy man said "Blessed are the Wey -makers, for they shall inherit...something. God knows what...". This has since been misconstrued as saying that God knows where wey-makers will go, but I doubt anyone knows anymore. However, under untensive research it has been discovered that Wey goes back even further than that. We believe that ancient hieroglyphs show Wey in "production" and that numerous pyramids contain not five, but six canopic jars; the six containing wey specimens. Song during happy dance: Man of Constant Sorrow as performed by Dick Burnett on the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack. All copyrights belong solely to the creators of that work.
2 Nov 2011
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15 - He's In The Jailhouse Now from O Brother, Where Art Thou by Soggy Bottom Boys
25 May 2010
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O Brother Where Art Thou: Scene: Everett (Clooney), Delmar and Pete are driving an auto down a dusty road. They drive through ominous looking crossroads where they stop the auto to pick up a young African American hitchhiker who is standing all alone on the crossroads with his tattered guitar case. This is one of my favorite movie scenes ever. I do not own the copyright, and I am not taking credit for the genius of the writing in this scene. I just love everything about it. i suggest that you watch the movie. It is genius.
15 Oct 2010
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The use of choral music in the film O Brother Where Art Thou.
24 Feb 2011
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Lullaby from the soundtrack of O Brother Where Art Thou. My voice layered thrice.
12 Jul 2011
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From the movie O Brother, Where Art Thou? - Everett (George Clooney), Pete (John Turturro) and Delmar (Tim Blake Nelson) infiltrate a Ku Klux Klan rally in order to save Tommy (Chris Thomas King) from hanging.
12 Aug 2011
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From the movie O Brother, Where Art Thou? - Pete (John Turturro) and Delmar (Tim Blake Nelson) interpret a religious meaning from the flood, while Everett (George Clooney) insists there is a perfectly scientific explanation.
13 Aug 2011
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From the movie O Brother, Where Art Thou? - Facing the hangman’s noose, Everett (George Clooney) prays for forgiveness and is miraculously saved by the flooding of the valley.
13 Aug 2011
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The clip finding out about the treasure from O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) with George Clooney, Tim Blake Nelson Say, any of you boys smithies? Or if not smithies per se were you otherwise trained in the metallurgic arts before straitened circumstances forced you into a life of aimless wanderin'? Jesus! Can't I count on you people? Sorry, Everett. Well, all right. ...we take off through that bayou... Wait a minute! Who elected you leader of this outfit? Pete, I figured it should be the one with the capacity for abstract thought, but if that ain't the consensus' view, then hell, let's put it to a vote. Suits me! I'm votin' for yours truly. Well, I'm votin' for yours truly, too. OK, I'm with you fellas. Mind if we join you, old-timer?
5 Dec 2011
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The clip finding out about the treasure Part 2 from O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) with Tim Blake Nelson, Lee Weaver Join me, m'son. Join me. You work for the railroad, Grandpa? I work for no man. You got a name, do you? I have no name. That right there may be the reason you had difficulty finding employment. Y'see, in the mart of competitive commerce... You seek a great fortune, you three who are now in chains. You will find a fortune, though it will not be the fortune you seek. But first first you must travel a long and difficult road, a road fraught with peril, mm-hmm. You shall see things wonderful to tell. You shall see a... a cow on the roof of a cotton house, ha. And, oh, so many startling sights. I cannot tell you how long this road shall be, but fear not the obstacles in your path, for fate has vouchsafed your reward. Though the road may wind, and yea, your hearts grow weary, still shall ye follow them, even unto your salvation. No, the treasure's still there, boys, believe me. But how did he know about the treasure?
5 Dec 2011
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The clip Prison escape from O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) (y:i) One evening as the sun went down (y:i) And the jungle fire was burning (y:i) Down the track came a hobo hikin' (y:i) And he said, boys, I'm not turning (y:i) I'm headed for a land (y:i) that's far away (y:i) Beside the crystal fountains (y:i) So come with me, we'll go and see (y:i) the big rock candy mountains (y:i) In the big rock candy mountains (y:i) There's a land (y:i) that's fair and bright (y:i) Where the handouts grow on bushes (y:i) And you sleep out every night (y:i) Where the boxcars all are empty (y:i) And the sun shines every day (y:i) On the birds and the bees (y:i) and the cigarette trees (y:i) The lemonade springs (y:i) where the bluebird sings (y:i) In the big rock candy mountains (y:i) In the big rock candy mountains (y:i) All the cops have wooden legs (y:i) And the bulldogs (y:i) all have rubber teeth (y:i) And the hens lay soft-boiled eggs (y:i) The farmers' trees (y:i) are full of fruit (y:i) And the barns are full of hay (y:i) Oh, I'm bound to go (y:i) where there ain't no snow (y:i) Where the rain don't fall, (y:i) the wind don't blow (y:i) In the big rock candy mountains (y:i) In the big rock candy mountains (y:i) You never change your socks (y:i) And the little streams of alcohol (y:i) Come a-trickling down the rocks (y:i) The brakemen have to tip their hats (y:i) And the railroad bulls are blind (y:i) There's a lake of stew (y:i) and of whiskey, too (y:i) You can paddle all around 'em (y:i) in a big canoe (y:i) In the big rock (y:i) candy mountains... (y:i) The jails are made of tin (y:i) And you can walk right out again (y:i) As soon as you are in
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The clip Prison escape Part 2 from O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) (y:i) There ain't no (y:i) short-handle shovels (y:i) No axes, saws or picks (y:i) I'm a-goin' to stay (y:i) where you sleep all day (y:i) Where they hung the jerk (y:i) that invented work (y:i) In the big rock candy mountains (y:i) I'll see you all this comin' fall (y:i) In the big rock candy mountains
5 Dec 2011
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The clip opening credits from O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) Watch that line, now. Watch that line. (y:i) Po Lazarus (y:i) Po Lazarus! (y:i) Po Lazarus... (y:i) Well, the high sheriff, (y:i) he told the deputy
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