Fargo - Tamara's Never Seen

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  • Published on Jun 21, 2019
  • Tamara checks out a classic Coen Bother's movie, Fargo. Does this dark comedy still captivate new audiences? Find out now!
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Comments • 361

  • Jeff Brehove
    Jeff Brehove 29 days ago

    On the subject of Coen Bros movies have you seen either Oh Brother Where Art Thou, or Inside Llewynn Davis

  • Collin Maguin
    Collin Maguin Month ago

    Watch The Good the Bad and the Ugly

  • Corey Lahey
    Corey Lahey Month ago

    Duck lips a fucking disgusting.

  • stoplyinn
    stoplyinn 2 months ago

    Please bring this series back

  • Louie Wheatley
    Louie Wheatley 2 months ago

    Do The Truman Show

  • shotmeindaface
    shotmeindaface 2 months ago

    Fargo isn't based on a true story at all. They said it was to put you in a certain mood.

  • Bryan McCormick
    Bryan McCormick 2 months ago

    feel like you were imitating william h macy aaanndd.... if you liked him....... you should review shameless cuz dude? is amazing!

  • Bryan McCormick
    Bryan McCormick 2 months ago

    thing is....... you can't say "what" 8 or 9 times then be like "less interesting"... ya didn't know?

  • jay pee
    jay pee 3 months ago

    Exactly as expected. I couldn't imagine you not loving this movie. One small bit of disappointment though is that you didn't seem to bring up how great William H. Macy's performance was. His character was the Yin to Marge's Yang. Their interactions together were the highlight of the movie for me.

  • Sam Eash
    Sam Eash 3 months ago

    There was one true story in the movie. The TruCoat scene really happened.

  • Snaketooth 09
    Snaketooth 09 3 months ago

    You sure it isn't really a true story? I looked it up,m and people seem to say it's a true story.

  • arno victor
    arno victor 3 months ago

    This movie is not serious for a real story

  • Brad Smith
    Brad Smith 3 months ago

    It doesn't matter why he needs the money. It's more important what he is willing to do for that coin. He is a weak, little man in so many ways. He could have a drug problem. He could have a gambling problem. He could be spending thousands on some dominatrix. He might want to take the money and split. It doesn't matter. No reason justifies his decisions.
    Also, I think it shows just how bad decisions out of greed and desperation only leads to more bad decisions. These people are sociopaths that will do whatever seemingly works for them at the moment.

  • Luverofmysoul 2
    Luverofmysoul 2 4 months ago

    I think you should watch killer clowns from outerspace, or the stuff.

  • alphabetaxenonzzzcat
    alphabetaxenonzzzcat 4 months ago

    Have you seen “Mississippi Burning”? That has Frances McDormand in it, and she is great as well.
    I re-watched “Fargo”, and I must admit that I appreciate the film more now, as on its initial release I did not like it. My favourite Coen brothers’ film is still “No Country For Old Men”, with “Miller’s Crossing” a close second.
    Also noticed how good the score is in this film. The use of violins.
    Never seen the TV series.

  • AJStarhiker
    AJStarhiker 4 months ago +1

    If you ever come up to Fargo, they actually have the woodchipper at the visitors center.

  • Samantha Nickson
    Samantha Nickson 4 months ago

    try "Blood Simple". another classic coen brothers movie, film noir, and another awesome performance by a glammed up frances mcdormand.

  • Alex Jenkins
    Alex Jenkins 4 months ago

    The "money problems" are just that he's greedy. He hates his job...it's the point of the film at the end where the sheriff is talking to the psycho all this for a little bit of money? Dont you know there's more to life than that?

  • Jukka-Pekka Tuominen
    Jukka-Pekka Tuominen 4 months ago +2

    Well..
    Fargo is not really a true story, but there are some parts of the story that are 100 % true. There is a state called Minnesota for instant.

  • OligarchySlayer
    OligarchySlayer 4 months ago

    Chubby bieber or not, I’d smash.

  • Shona - SoF
    Shona - SoF 4 months ago +1

    As a Canadian who's never seen this film, do they really talk like that? I've _never_ met anyone who talks with that 'canada' accent. :P

    • Kanati
      Kanati 4 months ago

      Hi ho
      Rando minnesotan here
      About the accent some of us still do but in small villages now and days.
      Only in the various parts of the state we don't have it, so us knowing it is just as eye-opening as anyone else outside here.
      We've been known for being the most canadian u.s. state around (which I personally doubt).
      In short yee we do but only up north

  • Jason Gray
    Jason Gray 4 months ago

    Can I just say I wish I could due every one involved in the film for wasting my time by simply existing

  • A Frog
    A Frog 4 months ago +1

    You`ll start talking with her accidents? Ooh gee, had an accident did ya? (you betcha) ooh gee..
    Don`tcha know

  • Tory Williams
    Tory Williams 4 months ago

    She had a pregnancy belly throughout all of production, yet you couldn't keep a blanket under your shirt for 12 minutes?

  • Wrugglethumper Spanks, Otter Provocateur

    Tamara, you really should watch the one and only season of Stella that aired on Comedy Central during one of the most memorable times in my life, the summer of 2005. You'll hate that they cancelled it. It was such an oddball show but had so many great laughs. Check it out if you can.

  • Wdf1987
    Wdf1987 4 months ago +1

    OMG, get that hair out of your eyeball before I go into an OCD seizure

  • Tomas Green
    Tomas Green 4 months ago +1

    Please watch Yojimbo and/or Sanjuro and/or Seven Samurai.

  • Paige Lewis
    Paige Lewis 4 months ago

    Now you can watch the show. It's so good!!!!

  • Ace Diamonds
    Ace Diamonds 4 months ago

    oh gosh! oh geez!

  • Thomas Heuer, Jr.
    Thomas Heuer, Jr. 4 months ago

    To clarify why he needs the money: He stole a bunch of money from a loan company by taking loans against cars that did not exist. He originally wanted enough to pay the loan company and pay off the kidnappers so he wouldn't go to jail, but he got greedy and kept asking for more money.

    • Brad Smith
      Brad Smith 3 months ago

      I think she means, why did he embezzle the money in the first case? Did he use the money for gambling, a sure thing investment, etc....? He surely planned on replacing the money somehow. Or, does he have a drug problem and it's going into his vein? Ultimately, it's not important why he originally stole the money with the fake car switch. Criminals always think that the means justify the ends. We can surmise it was something acute. The father-in-law is older and if he just sticks it out, the loving wife will inherit probably everything legally. So, he's in trouble with the wrong people or for the wrong reasons.

  • michael jeacock
    michael jeacock 4 months ago

    a chubby drag justin bieber. so justin bieber then.

  • proven22x
    proven22x 4 months ago

    I thought you quit, I'm glad you didn't, rock on tam

  • John Leon
    John Leon 4 months ago

    Don't know if you have never seen or done a "Never Seen..." video of, but do one for "Sunset Boulevard "

  • Irrefutable Matt
    Irrefutable Matt 4 months ago

    its a "true story" in the sense its really a story haha

  • overlookers
    overlookers 4 months ago

    Props to this film for not making the protagonist being pregnant a plot device

  • Tesla Grooms
    Tesla Grooms 4 months ago

    Oh god I hated this movie! It was so boring, also that annoying accent. I lived in Minnesota for 10 years, no one talked like that!

  • Cafsur Fine
    Cafsur Fine 4 months ago

    The movie is a conglomeration of 3 or 4 true crimes based in Minnesota around the 1980s that were so close in theme the brothers just tacked them together to make one story.
    1. The son in law embezzling funds from the car dealership owned by the dad.
    2. The husband having his wife kidnapped for ransom.
    3. Local hitmen botching their abduction and murdering several people in the process.
    4. And I believe the pregnant detective getting in a shoot out in the woods

  • News and stuff
    News and stuff 4 months ago +1

    Can you do a review of Gorillaz

    • Forgan Mreeman
      Forgan Mreeman 4 months ago

      good album, same voices. 6.3/10. there ya go

  • envyhehhehheh
    envyhehhehheh 4 months ago

    what i love about this movie is that the story is really about the life of marge and hubbie... and the murder etc is just a "side story"

  • Bassel Arabi
    Bassel Arabi 4 months ago

    Wow, Tamara. Either you were texting while you saw it (in regards to why William H. Macy’s character’s problem) and the “true story” thing was a joke. Of course, if this story happened, you would’ve definitely heard of it. Common sense, Tamara.
    Makes you being in Nostalgia Critic’s reviews a lot less meaningful.

  • Robin Espersen
    Robin Espersen 4 months ago

    I'll make ya some eggs.

  • DA Blizzard
    DA Blizzard 4 months ago

    Fargo's a city in north Dakota not Minnesota

  • Xen Xander
    Xen Xander 4 months ago +1

    You're one of the few women with a cleft chin. You cannot pull off the 'Justin look. But that's fine, he's a corporate-created teen idol. He'll pass into irrelevancy in a few more years as he ages out and then they will create a new one.

  • Zephyr
    Zephyr 4 months ago

    Totally don't expect anyone else to concur: but I'd love to see your reaction to the original Anne of Green Gables miniseries (which is more like 2 full movies). Definitely two of my favorite films.

  • TheNBX
    TheNBX 4 months ago

    I've seen a few "We don't talk like that up here" comments. As a Minnesotan transplant from North Dakota, we *do* talk like that, just not so exaggerated the movie makes it out. Maybe in the more rural areas between the two states it's more prominent (I grew up a very rural area of ND and can attest I personally have the standard MinnDak accent, having strong Scandi blood). So glad you finally saw this movie, it's a favorite of mine! They have the actual wood chipper prop at the visitor center right here in Fargo!

    • Brad Smith
      Brad Smith 3 months ago +1

      People really don't realize how prominent their accents can be to outsiders. I grew up in a poor Southern town. I had/have a hearing issue that affected my speech growing up. The school provided a speech therapist. I sound nothing like my siblings, friends, parents, or locals. I sound like the speech therapist that must have been from up North. So, now when I'm in my home town, people really, really sound country. And, I can slip into a country accent at will-but, I have to work on it.
      It's not a bad thing, and it doesn't denote intelligence or lack thereof. It's just how people talk.

  • Jeremy Austin
    Jeremy Austin 4 months ago

    Fargo is not based on anything

  • Bergman6
    Bergman6 4 months ago +1

    SHE WON THE ACADEMY AWARD FOR FARGO.

  • Dr. Rosenrosen
    Dr. Rosenrosen 4 months ago

    She's such a sweeeheart...

  • Lore Zero
    Lore Zero 4 months ago

    This is fargo ne

  • BEES AND TOAST
    BEES AND TOAST 4 months ago

    Heya at the the beginning of the review I think the word your trying to think of is "demeanor". She has a very nice "demeanor".

  • Ed Stephens
    Ed Stephens 4 months ago +1

    Has Tamara seen The Gods Must Be Crazy? If not, her reaction would be good.

  • Nik Fury
    Nik Fury 4 months ago

  • Edward Parker
    Edward Parker 4 months ago

    You should check out the show, some standout performances there as well

  • Matt Stedman
    Matt Stedman 4 months ago

    Check out Darkman! Frances McDormand is the "Damsel in Distress." It's not exactly a great role, but the movie is a blast! It's from the director of the Evil Dead movies.

  • Dragonlordfrodo TV
    Dragonlordfrodo TV 4 months ago

    I'd love to get Tamara pregnant. Seeing her with the blanket baby bump was really cute :)

  • Dragonlordfrodo TV
    Dragonlordfrodo TV 4 months ago

    You look so cute in this video.

  • Black Light
    Black Light 4 months ago

    kinda funny looking.

  • James Quinn
    James Quinn 4 months ago

    Mikey Anageeda-- you're such a super-lady! 😭

  • James Quinn
    James Quinn 4 months ago

    Howabout that trucoat? It's already on.

  • The Abortion
    The Abortion 4 months ago +16

    The best description of Steve buscemi I've ever heard.
    "He's just kinda funny looking.
    In what kinda way? In just a general kinda way"