O Brother, Where Art Thou? honestly felt really weak compared to the other Coen brothers films I've seen. There were some laughs, George Clooney played his role to perfection, and the soundtrack was fun, but the movie felt like it lacked substance. There were moments that put a smile on my face, particularly the KKK scene towards the end, but the characters were weak and I finished the movie unsatisfied, expecting something more. Still, you got to give it to the Coen brothers for adapting Homer's The Odyssey to the Great Depression-era American South. Granted, O Brother, Where Art Thou? is still a decent comedy that is better than a lot of the drivel made by major studios today. However, after seeing other Coen brothers comedies like Raising Arizona, Burn After Reading, and even Fargo, this one disappointed me.