I really wish they had continued on with this series rather than rebooting it for Zak Snyder's snooze-a-thon.
There's a lot of interesting imagery and dilemmas going on in this one that I liked. The new dynamic between Lois and Clark with James Marsden's character gave something new for Supes to think about and deal with. I totally forgot about the revelation towards the end with one character as well.
The Lex Luthor get him with Kryptonite thing is tired…
AS predicted, this got better on rewatch. I love the smokey, cold tone of everything and my disdain and simultaneous pity and empathy for the main character feel good. The Coens like to beat on their main character and Llewyn is no different. You feel bad for him but at the same time he's kind of a dick so he deserves it. Kinda.
The movie itself is so contradictory. It's funny as hell but also extremely sad and frustrating.
I look forward to another watch of this soon.
Still corny. Still ridiculous. Still preposterous. Still outrageous. And I love the shit out of it. Love the characters, love the locales, love all the "geeky tech" talk and love the style. Lorraine Bracco is the only thing that bugs in this movie.
The montage with the spinning phone booths... aw yeah.