That's not to say that all of the vignettes are bad, but the majority of them definitely are. The two sketches that are worth watching are the Alfred Molina/Steve Coogan one, which reminded me of Larry David’s CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM type of awkward comedy and another one featuring two very funny and talented French, black actors named Alex Descas and Isaach De Bankole. The rest of them are either annoying, pretentious, uninteresting or, surprisingly for a Jim Jarmusch movie...unoriginal. The Cate Blanchett one, in particular, where she plays both characters and speaks to herself, encompasses all four of those descriptions. I mean, say you what you want about Jim, but his films are usually, at the very least, original, no matter how tedious they ultimately get. In the end, 75% of these vignettes are blander than a James Lipton Actor’s Studio interview. Jim Jarmusch movies are for certain tastes only, so you’ve also got to take that into consideration. Oh, and if you hated smokers before this movie, get ready to have your hatred grow to a whole other level.
Bill Murray Outtake: A little joke Murray makes after a scene ends. I personally didn’t find it funny.
Taylor Mead Interview: Man, you have to watch this! This guy is way too happy to be on camera. It’s actually quite embarrassing. Watch it just to see how self-important he’s acting. Besides that, there is nothing much of interest in this. Just a few minutes long...
Theatrical Trailer and previews.