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reviewed No Country for Old Men. July 01, 2011
No Country for Old Men
While it's very easy to trace comparisons between this film and prior Coen projects, such an exercise seems almost trivial when one considers that this story was adapted from one of Cormac McCarthy's …
reviewed No Country for Old Men. May 02, 2011
No Country for Old Men
This movie is probably the Coens at the height of their moviemaking prowess, even though this isn't my favourite overall of their movies. That title still belongs to The Big Lebowski. However, I do …
posted a Quick Tip about No Country for Old Men. February 21, 2011
No Country for Old Men
This movie takes patience, and requires interpreting. If you're not interested in having to think through what the movie is trying to say, it will just seem like one damn thing after another.
posted a Quick Tip about No Country for Old Men. December 28, 2010
No Country for Old Men
"The Terminator" in Texas...    Somehow I have to make 50 characters here.
posted a Quick Tip about No Country for Old Men. June 08, 2010
No Country for Old Men
CRAZY but so incredibly good. Watched it in my criminology class.
reviewed No Country for Old Men. May 30, 2010
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No Country for Old Men
      NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN       I don't know about you but I have always been a huge fan of the Coen Brothers Joel and Ethan, I have liked every film the two …
posted a Quick Tip about No Country for Old Men. October 31, 2009
No Country for Old Men
Poor Texas man runs off with drug money he finds at a crime scene only to have a bounty hunter on his tail and a sheriff in between. Great.
reviewed No Country for Old Men. September 06, 2009
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No Country for Old Men
I was sheriff of this county when I was twenty-five years old. Hard to believe. My grandfather was a lawman; father too. Me and him was sheriffs at the same time; him up in Plano and me out here. I think …
reviewed No Country for Old Men. July 11, 2009
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No Country for Old Men
Sheriff Ed Tom Bell is a good sheriff.  He can put together a crime scene and get in touch with who he needs to.  Never gets hurt and does a good job keeping the peace.  One day though …
reviewed No Country for Old Men. May 08, 2009
No Country for Old Men
The story opens in the desolate west Texas countryside, as Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin) stumbles upon a drug deal gone bad and makes off with a suitcase full of money. He figures he'll be followed and …
reviewed No Country for Old Men. December 09, 2008
No Country for Old Men
I honestly thought this movie was going to be  alot different that what it was....poor guy couldn't catch a break :)   I was a bit disappointment by the movie.  I didn't except it …
reviewed No Country for Old Men. September 09, 2008
No Country for Old Men
(to the tune of El Paso by Marty Robbins)     Close by the West Texas town of El Paso   There was a drug deal that went very wrong   Llewellyn, he fled with a bag …
reviewed No Country for Old Men. September 08, 2008
No Country for Old Men
This film was a real treat and something that I wanted to watch for quite some time because I admire Javier Bardem as an actor. No Country for Old Men is a thriller that delivers brilliant levels of suspense, …
reviewed No Country for Old Men. June 10, 2008
No Country for Old Men
I am not a "movie connoisseur" so I cannot comment on things like the cinematography of the film. However, speaking strictly about plot line, I can't say that the movie lived up to all the hype. While …
reviewed No Country for Old Men. April 16, 2008
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No Country for Old Men
Pros: Everything but the lack of music      Cons: Maybe too violent for some--not really a con, but it fits here      The Bottom Line: A new sort of epic that is …
reviewed No Country for Old Men. March 26, 2008
No Country for Old Men
Wow. Great movie. I saw this movie at the Rialto in Raleigh, NC, which is worth a trip in itself as an old school "movie palace". The lobby is about the size of my kitchen at home, just enough room for …
reviewed No Country for Old Men. March 17, 2008
No Country for Old Men
Death pervades this picture, just as it pervades the world of the Coen brothers. As in Fargo, violent death is a specter in every scene. There is a lot of violence here, even for a desensitized and jaded …
reviewed No Country for Old Men. March 16, 2008
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No Country for Old Men
Cormac McCarthy's novel NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN has been successfully transformed into a film in the skilled hands of Ethan and Joel Coen. The story is intact, the characters are given the dialog so uniquely …
reviewed No Country for Old Men. February 22, 2008
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No Country for Old Men
Before even watching the movie, one should take into account that on the surface, NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN should be a good movie. The film is based upon a novel by Cormac McCarthy. It's a Coen brothers' …
reviewed No Country for Old Men. January 27, 2008
No Country for Old Men
I have often thought it would be fun to write the plot to a film which was genuinely reflective of how real life unfolds and where no concessions were made to the conventions and impulses of dramatic …
reviewed No Country for Old Men. January 11, 2008
No Country for Old Men
From the first few minutes of Joel and Ethan Coen's film adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's novel, "No Country for Old Men," I was hooked. The opening scenes of the Texas hill country vaguely remind me of …
reviewed No Country for Old Men. December 16, 2007
No Country for Old Men
The Coen Brothers' "No Country for Old Men" is one of those films that can speak volumes in few words, and it successfully moves forward despite going at a snail's pace. This essentially goes against …
reviewed No Country for Old Men. November 24, 2007
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No Country for Old Men
Times have changed. Surely that's what Sheriff Ed Tom Bell (Tommy Lee Jones) has in mind when he visits an old friend and commiserates about how things ain't like they used to be. "This land's hard," …
reviewed No Country for Old Men. November 23, 2007
No Country for Old Men
I'm a HUGE fan of the Coen Brothers. Even some of their less successful movies always leave me delighted because they dare play around with tone and audience expectations. Who but this brotherly team …
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