I love all the films from the Coen brothers. Its just that simple. If they make a film, I will go see it. They are at their absolute best when making thrillers with the element of crime involved. Fargo is on my list for all time favorite movies, and in my opinion should have won an Oscar for best picture. Blood Simple is all types of cool, and even the weird Barton Fink is astonishing. Which leads me to a film that was ignored when released, lukewarm to the critics, and desperately looking for a second life on video, which to my understanding it never got. MILLER'S CROSSING. Brilliant film, that none of my(movie loving) friends even heard of. A crying shame this film has been under the radar for so long, and why film critics dismissed this movie is beyond me. I've seen it about 15 times, and it's just one of those films that gets better with each viewing. The acting: Top notch oscar worthy performances by every actor in the film. Gabriel Byrne IMO has always been a great actor that deserves bigger roles. The story: I admit the first time I watched it I was a little in the dark, but I liked it, so I watched it again, and presto, everything clicked. The sets, and locations: Flawless. The soundtrack: Amazing. I have to pick this up on cd. A movie that I am very proud to own on dvd. Do you have a favorite film you think is underrated?