FarrierCollins’s review published on Letterboxd:
One of my most anticipated films of the year and I had a pretty good time with it. It's peculiar, an oddball, political and surprisingly meta. It's also such a casual and laid back zom-com. The dry humour worked really well on me so I loved that aspect of the flick.
I now understand why it's garnered such a mixed reception. It's easy to see some being turned off by the slow pace and all the characters involved. This isn't the strongest Jim Jarmusch film I've seen, but I still very much liked it.
P.S. Adam Driver in a Smart car speeding into a diner parking lot was hilarious.