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The Hudsucker Proxy (BD)

The Hudsucker Proxy (BD)

The Hudsucker Proxy (BD)

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Synopsis

Paul Newman, Tim Robbins and Jennifer Jason Leigh star in filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen's darkly comic look at big business. When the founder of Hudsucker Industries leaps to his death from the 44th floor boardroom window the board of directors panics. But there is a plan: install a complete imbecile as president of the company and devalue the stock so the board can acquire a controlling interest for themselves. But where can they find such a guileless patsy? Enter Norville Barnes. Fresh off the bus from Muncie, Indiana, as a graduate of the 1958 class of the Muncie College of Business Administration, Norville is ready to start at the bottom and work his way up to the top of the corporate world ... he just never imagined it would happen so quickly.

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Actors: Tim Robbins, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Paul Newman, Charles Durn, Charles Durning, John Mahoney, Jim True-Frost, Bill Cobbs, Bruce Campbell,

Directors: Joel Coen,

Writers: Ethan Coen, Joel Coen, Sam Raimi,

Genres: Comedy,

Theatrical Release Date: 3/11/1994,

Format: Made To Order Blu-ray,

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12/19/2019
James M.
United States United States

Confused but fun

OK, this is far from the best Coen brothers film-not even in the top ten, but it does look great here, and it's a lot of fun to spot the multitude of references to the Sturges, Capra, and Hawkes films that it both pays tribute to and satirizes. This would have worked better if they chose one-tribute or satire-but it still has some great moments. If you're a Coen fan, or if you love playing spot the reference, it's worth it. Otherwise, probably not for everyone.