Even the great ones hit snags. With The Limits of Control, Jim Jarmsuch gets tangled up in his own deadpan. show more
Jim Jarmusch's Dada meander, shot by Christopher Doyle, is empty and excruciating -- that's really all you need to know. show more
Almost absurdly quiet and observant, The Limits of Control is about the space between the action, the steps along the way. show more
Perhaps the worst movie ever filmed. Especially if you are looking for a movie will Bill Murray; don\'t do it. Why he did it, I have no idea.
A cinematic masterpiece from one of the greatest Director's of our time. With very little dialgue it is told through symbolism. Most Americans will be bored because they are used to sugar coated mainstream films where there has to be action every two seconds or someone will flip up theit cell phone. Limits challenges your patience and allows you to think about the times in our lives that are the in-betweens , the moments of waiting-and what we choose to do with them. Thanks, Jim.
Unbelievably boring right to the finish. It seemed to be a ridiculously long commercial for the wrinkle free shirts he was sleeping in for days at a time....