Danny Webster’s review published on Letterboxd:
My feeling towards Joel and Ethan Coen's Inside Llewyn Davis is somewhat strange. The character Llewyn Davis I still do not know If I hate him, love him or just want to help him out. He's just a tumbleweed floating aimlessly without any real purpose, with just a guitar, a cat, and some clothes on his back.
As a film, it's incredibly funny and certainly smart; with Oscar Isaac's performance being outstanding. I know film is all about subjective opinions and what not, but call me weird or whatever, but I didn't really have an opinion, I had a feeling towards the film. A impulsive and compulsive love towards Inside Llewyn Davis, towards the music, towards the Coens. It's for me, the best film I have seen so far in 2014 (UK release) and yes, I have no real reason other than what I felt towards the film, during the film, and after the film.
I don't know, Inside Llewyn Davis is just.. superb...obviously.