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 Post subject: Inside Llewyn Davis
PostPosted: Fri Jan 31, 2014 6:25 pm 
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http://www.nouse.co.uk/2014/01/29/revie ... wyn-davis/

Going to see this on Sunday - looks rather good.

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 Post subject: Re: Inside Llewyn Davis
PostPosted: Fri Jan 31, 2014 6:54 pm 
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I saw it last week.. good movie although based on the rave reviews its had you'd expect it to be a little closer to the top of the pile as regards the Coen Brothers cannon of work which it isnt really.. more middle of the table. Oscar Issac plays a stormer though cant say i thought the same of Carey Mulligan and whoever cast Justin Timberlake even in such a minor role leave more questions then answers.. he does an even less believable job of presenting himself as a musician in this film then he did in what was actually supposed to be a music career in 'real life'...also there are many funny moments and a lot of good music i might rewatch when it comes again on DVD.

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 Post subject: Re: Inside Llewyn Davis
PostPosted: Fri Jan 31, 2014 11:22 pm 
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Eoin wrote:
I saw it last week.. good movie although based on the rave reviews its had you'd expect it to be a little closer to the top of the pile as regards the Coen Brothers cannon of work which it isnt really.. more middle of the table. Oscar Issac plays a stormer though cant say i thought the same of Carey Mulligan and whoever cast Justin Timberlake even in such a minor role leave more questions then answers.. he does an even less believable job of presenting himself as a musician in this film then he did in what was actually supposed to be a music career in 'real life'...also there are many funny moments and a lot of good music i might rewatch when it comes again on DVD.


i guess it's really the music that interests me too and how they capture the '61 vibe (or otherwise), i'll let you know what i think...

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