The Coen brothers (Fargo, No Country for Old Men) contribute this atypically downbeat drama recreating life during the Greenwich Village folk music scene of the early 1960s. Our protagonist is a self-centered folkie played by virtual unknown Oscar Isaac. We watch as the titular Mr. Davis lives through a particularly bad weekend, most of which is the product of his nasty personality and poor life choices. The film is not without its deadpan humor (and great music), but it's a doggedly anti-nostalgic look back in time and space. 104 minutes R.