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Thursday
Jan242013

'Inside Llewyn Davis' Trailer. Yes,the New Coen Bros Movie. Need I Say More?

Believe it or not, there was a brief time, in the early 2000’s that I had written off Joel & Ethan Coen.  This was around the time they were doing stuff like Intolerable Cruelty and The Ladykillers.  Then a little movie called No Country for Old Men is unleashed and since then, the Coen Bros or I haven’t looked back.  When I heard they were making a movie about a folk singer, Inside Llewyn Davis, I was skeptical.  But after watching this trailer, I say skepticism what?

Count me in folks.  A Mighty Wind this isn’t.  The movie follows a man named Llewyn Davis as he navigates his way around the burgeoning folk scene in New York during the 1960’s has a pretty sweet cast as well:  Carey Mulligan, John Goodman, F. Murray Abraham, Justin Timberlake and Oscar Isaac as Davis. 

The Coen Bros have shown that they can take a subject as seemingly simple and boring as a tale about a Jewish professor, living in the Midwest, trying to figure out his life and turn it into what became the much underappreciated A Serious Man.   Inside Llewyn Davis has that same feel.  It won’t hit you right away, but it will definitely leave its mark with you. 

The movie doesn’t have a release date yet.  But I would imagine this will come out in the Fall sometime.  But it if came out sooner I wouldn’t complain.

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