Everyone in LA is always running. What if we just ran to each other?
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In classic Coen brothers fashion, this film blends riveting dialogue with excellent cinematography and a dash of absurdity. Despite the gravitas subject matter of organized crime bosses and their politics, this movie maintains tones of irony and wit such that the audience is never too captivated by the dirty deeds or the violence, but far more absorbed in the humor of the circumstance and the anticipation of what ridiculous happening may take place next.
Miller's Crossing takes place in a…