Ryan Francis’s review published on Letterboxd:
I'll keep this short (I love how I say it as if all of my reviews are incredibly in-depth and lengthy) since I feel like I'll be passing out from exhaustion at any moment, but finally got around to watching this. I've been looking forward to seeing the Coen Brothers' Inside Llewyn Davis ever since I first heard about it, which is usually how it is for me whenever they have a new film coming out. But this is definitely my favorite film of theirs since No Country For Old Men back in 2007 (not saying that I didn't enjoy everything in-between).
I feel like pretty much everything about it this film is perfect, to me at least. Despite it's overall melancholic tone, it was still a delightful and fascinating experience, and manages to have some strikingly funny moments mixed in. The performances (both acting and musical) were spot-on, especially Oscar Isaac. I already can't wait to revisit this.
Oh, and don't get me started on that damn cat...