Jacob’s review published on Letterboxd:
If you’re making a list of movies most likely to be my favorite just based solely on my other interests this would probably be at the very top.
Way back when I first saw this a little over 4 years ago, every song sung and every name dropped was super familiar to me and all these years later they still bring back a lot of great memories of laying on the floor, staring at the ceiling, and listening to this music for the first time.
I remember watching this for the first time in my high school library when I was supposed to be doing Spanish online and I actually squealed when Bob Dylan showed up at the end.
It’s a cop out to say this, but it’s true that this is just as perfect as anything that the Coen Brothers have ever made.
Which, when you think about it, is truly unbelievable and totally unfair.