IMDB Summary: Jerry Lundegaard’s inept crime falls apart due to his and his henchmen’s bungling and the persistent police work of the quite pregnant Marge Gunderson.
Once again, the Coen bros kick butt. I loved Fargo so much. The comedic timing was awesome (it was about a kidnapping gone wrong- so all dark humor.) The cinematography was awesome; it involved a lot of snow and Minnesota type things. And the Minnesota accents throughout the film were hysterical. Literally, there’s nothing wrong with Fargo.
William H. Macy plays Jerry Lundegard, who needs money so he hires two henchmen, Steve Buschemi and Carl Showater, to “kidnap” his wife so that he can get money from his father-in-law. However, everything goes wrong and a very persistent and kick-butt and VERY PREGNANT police chief, Frances McDormand, gets to the bottom of things.
This movie is not only wonderful and evil, but it’s on Netflix. So if it’s snowing cats and dogs (wrong expression, I don’t care) go watch this while you curl up with your cat or dog that’s recently fallen from the sky! Animals!
Also, Steve Buschemi is hilarious, this probably my favorite William H. Macy performance (besides Magnolia), and just everyone in this film was perfect. Good job Co Bros, good job.
I recommend to anyone who likes dark humor films. So anyone.