Here’s a confession: I love Justin Timberlake. The guy is a triple threat. He can sing, he can dance, and he can act. Not everything he has been in has been gold, but he’s put in enough good performances that I am ready and willing to see just about anything he is in these days.
It has been a few years since Timberlake has been seen in person in a film, and Palmer represents exactly the kind of movie that an actor looking to re-assert themselves after a bad role or an absence (or both) would take. So is it any good? Yeah. Mostly.
We’re very much looking forward to the Coen Brothers upcoming _Inside Llewyn Davis_ and there’s a chance it could do for folk music what _Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?_ did for bluegrass. Not sure? You can decide for yourself right now: [NPR has the entire soundtrack available to stream](http://www.npr.org/2013/11/03/242103173/first-listen-soundtrack-inside-llewyn-davis#playlist).
I don’t have a favourite song just yet but I’m now looking forward to the film even more.
You’ve already seen a couple of trailers for Inside Llewyn Davis ([here](https://awesomefriday.ca/2013/07/inside-llewyn-davis-trailer/) and [here](https://awesomefriday.ca/2013/08/awesome-new-inside-llewyn-davis-trailer/)) but if you’re like me (a big fan of the Coens and basically all the actors involved) then you probably can’t get enough. So here’s another trailer for you.
I’ve mentioned how much I love the Coen Brothers before and how much I am looking forward to their forthcoming film _Inside Llewyn Davis_ so I am not going to say it all again I’m just going to point out that there’s a new trailer and you should watch it.
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