This movie follows a day in the life of Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin), a Hollywood fixer for Capitol Pictures in the 1950s, who cleans up and solves problems for big names and stars in the industry. But when studio star Baird Whitlock (George Clooney) disappears, Mannix has to deal with more than just the fix.Written by
In 1951, Chinese restaurants that catered to Westerners did not set chopsticks out on the table as part of the standard place setting. See more »
It is 5.00 AM. Still shank of night for some. But, for Eddie Mannix, beginning of a new work day. The movie studio for which he works manufactures stories. Each, it's own daylit drama, or moonlit dream. But, the work of Essie Mannix cares not for day or night. And cares little for his rest.
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The movie's title "Hail, Caesar!" appears onscreen as the title of the biblical epic that Eddie is watching in dailies. See more »
The movie was a disaster,such a disappointment for me .I was expecting something really good and different but nothing...nothing interesting or worthy enough to make the audience happy.I was disappointed by the fact that the cast was so good, with well known actors so i had expectations that the movie was gonna be great .It was boring and not funny at all.At the beginning i was patient and wait till something happens,i mean ...it's George Clooney ,Scarlet Johansson,Channing Tatum,Jonah Hill,Ralph Fiennes it can't be awful! But I really felt like it was a waste of time.The movie has no plot to speak of and I don't understand some reviewers who reviewed the movie with 7,8 or 9 maybe they don't have sense of humor and unlike me they have not expecting it to be a satiric romp through the halls of 50's Hollywood.Ending was weak too.
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