Jack Newman’s review published on Letterboxd:
Inside Llewyn Davis:
Score: 4.5 out of 5
"You know what, this is bullshit. I'm sorry... I don't do this, okay? I do this for a living. It's not a, not a fucking parlor game."
Thoughts: I don't know where to start with this films review. This is really one of the only films which has made me incapable of a review. The story is amazing but its the story behind the story and the cycle of events leading to Davis's downfall that make the film. After watching you really do feel as if you went on that journey with Davis and you felt his fall to the bottom at the ending. The ending symbolizes so much. From the knockout punch to Bob Dylan virtually or in a sense knocking out Davis's career. At the end Davis is only left with his friends, he has no career or future. Midway during the film Carey Mulligan's Jane calls him a loser. And come to the end of the film thats how he is, a loser, but a loser who had hope only to see it crushed.