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Are the Coen Brothers taking us for a ride? Hail, Caesar! reviewed

Is there any meaning to this series of mostly delicious vignettes? And if so, what is it? And does it matter, when George Clooney delivers such great thigh work?

5 March 2016

9:00 AM

5 March 2016

9:00 AM

Hail, Caesar!

PG, Nationwide

The latest film from the Coen brothers is a comedy set during the ‘golden age’ of Hollywood and in some respects it is utterly delicious. George Clooney wears what is effectively a leather miniskirt throughout, which may not be ‘age-appropriate’, as they say, but is wholly pleasing. (I was personally delighted, I must confess.)

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