The Coen Brothers tell the story of a absurd yet likable family with an unproductive couple as the focal point. The couple has gotten themselves into some trouble while kidnapping a baby and give Hollywood one of the most memorable chase scenes to date.
@Bridget Johnson The access the filmmaker had for "Weiner" doc was amazing. And the closing music reminds me of "Raising Arizona."32 minutes ago
@M.U.S.K Agent 515 @joegarden @hkmessler What does Raising Arizona have to do with any of this?1 hour 31 minutes ago
@Nic_O_Tine @carold501 reminds me of 'raising arizona'..."these are sure some good corn flakes ms. mcdonough' lol1 hour 45 minutes ago
@Elizabeth Picciuto Someone made an okayish 3D animated kids' movie set in the world of Hudsucker Proxy, complete with Raising Arizona allusion. Storks was it.4 hours 55 minutes ago
Pauline Kael Raising Arizona is no big deal, but it has a rambunctious charm.
Richard Corliss To their old fascination with Sunbelt pathology, to their side-winding Steadicam and pristine command of screen space, the Coens have added a robust humor, a plot that keeps outwitting expectations and a...dollop of sympathy for their forlorn kidnapers.
Pat Graham The cartoon vision of southwestern tackiness doesn't cut very deep, but the mise-en-scene is packed with clever clutter.
Variety Staff While film is filled with many splendid touches and plenty of yocks, it often doesn't hold together as a coherent story.
Geoff Andrew Starting from a point of delirious excess, the film leaps into dark and virtually uncharted territory to soar like a comet.
Rita Kempley A wacky, happy, daring, darkly comic tale of parenting outside the law.