With a revival of Clifford Odets's Paradise Lost running at Intiman, now's the perfect time to revisit the Coen brothers' creepy comedy about an Odets-like writer trapped in 1940s Hollywood hell. Perched stylistically between the slow-boil smallness of Blood Simple and the arch cartoonishness of The Hudsucker Proxy, Barton Fink claimed a rare sweep at the 1991 Cannes Film Festival, winning best picture, best director, and best actor (for John Turturro). Go see why. (Metro Cinemas, 4500 Ninth Ave NE, 781-5755. 6:50 and 9:10 pm, $10.)