Good stuff. I can't quite pin down what I think is so good about this movie, but I can watch it again and again and like it every time.
Leonard Maltin/Plot synopsis:
One big shaggy-dog joke, courtesy of the Coen brothers, about a slacker who's mistaken for a crime bigwig of the same name--and then gets hired by the guy to pay off a ransom. Mostly an excuse for off-the-wall character vignettes, some of which are amusing, some of which are just... strange. Minor Coen concoction with a most agreeable cast. Turturro is a standout as Jesus the bowler.