Saturday, February 11, 2017
EVERY JIM JARMUSCH MOVIE, RANKED FROM WORST TO BEST
Looking more like a rock star than a filmmaker, Jim Jarmusch has been bringing a rebellious spirit and unique vision to independent cinema ever since his absurdist road comedy, "Stranger Than Paradise" first put him in the spotlight. With a budget of only $125,000 (and would go on to gross over two million dollars), the film received great critical acclaim, was honored with the Camera d'Or (a prize for "best first film") at the 1984 Cannes Film Festival and would become an inspiration for modern American indie filmmakers.
With his latest, "Paterson" starring Adam Driver out in theaters now (and if you haven't seen this terrfic film, do yourself a favor and go), Vulture has decided to look back on Jarmusch's stellar career and rank the work of this idiosyncratic filmmaker ranging from his least desirable to his greatest.
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Every Jim Jarmusch Movie, Ranked From Worst to Best