Another Coen Brothers masterpiece, I'd say, that was tragically passed over at the Academy Awards. It was abundantly clear that the movie will not win anything because it's much less No Country for Old Men and much more A Serious Man, which means it's probably not as easily accessible.
Writing and cinematography are perfect as always and I loved the colorgrading. But what stood out the most was Oscar Isaac's haunting performances. Well, and the cat. Let's not forget the cat.
Gorgeous cinematography for sure, but I think it doesn't do the book justice at all. Performances are nice, costuming was spot on but the feeling of the book just wasn't there. While the book had a spirit of wild rambling, this movie just goes on and on while saying nothing particularly interesting.