Burn After Reading ★★★★

I enjoyed this quite a bit, and was surprised when the credits rolled and I discovered it was a Coen brothers film. It draws you in by starting with very relatable people with very ordinary lives and motivations, and then those motivations interact and unfold into a seemingly unavoidable comedy of errors... ultimately resulting in some unforgettably over-the-top scenes. Reminded me of Trainspotting or Pulp Fiction, that level of carefully-constructed black humor, where you're laughing and freaking out at the same time.