No Country for Old Men 5/21/18
There have been movies about drug cartels like Sicario but this movie even though it deals with drug cartels is much more transcendent than any of those.
No Country for Old Men 9/15/14
[the gas station proprietor nervously takes the quarter with the small pile of change he's apparently won while Chigurh starts out]
No Country for Old Men 8/15/13
The film stars Josh Brolin, in his finest performance to date, as a schnook who happens upon the remains of a brutal crime scene, where he finds several dead bodies, a huge shipment of heroine, and a case containing two million dollars and the consequences of his fatalistic decision to take off with...
No Country for Old Men 6/16/12
by The Rodent
Unwittingly Llewelyn has now become a target of a hitman called Anton Chigurh, a calculating and ice-cold killer and to boot is also a complete psychopath, who has been hired to recover the money.
No Country for Old Men 12/16/11
I can certainly understand why the film won the Oscar for best film as on many technical levels it can be argued to be a perfect film.
No Country for Old Men 11/25/10
This puts the psychopathic killer, Anton Chigurh, on his trail as he dispassionately murders nearly every rival, bystander and even employer in his pursuit of his quarry and the money.
No Country for Old Men 5/11/09
He takes the money, to which expert killer Anton Chigurh, played with as much creepiness as youve heard, by Javier Bardem (Vicky Christina Barcelona, Collateral) wants to have.
No Country for Old Men 6/18/08
by Swedish Chef
No Country For Old Men is such brutal piece of literature to translate to the big screen. It's definitely got its share of cinematic moments, but the bread and butter of the novel is Ed Tom Bell's musings on a world-gone-wrong that precede every chapter of the book.
No Country for Old Men 3/17/08
As many as you have probably heard, I think this movie is vastly over-rated. Don't get me wrong, I thought this movie was good, just not #15 on the IMDB.com top 250 as it once was, good.