• Kurt Fabisch

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Kurt Fabisch 26 Mar, 2015

    This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    “I was sheriff of this county when I was 25 years old.”

    Of the last 20 years, I’d wager this is the Best Picture movie that has the least amount of people saying it didn’t deserve it.

    No Country for Old Men.


    This would be the first Coen Brothers movie I saw on the big screen and holy crap did I pick the right one.

    I’ll never forget seeing that trailer, I think it was on a DVD.…


  • lantio

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by lantio 23 Mar, 2015

    Even though I'd read the book and seen the movie twice already, No Country still had me on the edge of my seat this time. Few movies, thrillers especially, have such rewatch value. The chase between Anton Chigurh and Josh Brolin remains terrifying and tense the third time around. No Country for Old Men remains one of all time favourite films.


  • Xplodera

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Xplodera 24 Mar, 2015

    “I knew this wasn’t done with”

    I’m quite unsure what the exact definition of a western-movie is, but to me, the Cohen-brothers’ No Country For Old Men does very much feel like a modern western. In the best sense possible. Centering around a fairly simple story out of the McCarthy-novel, this drama thriller takes this plot and turns it into perfection filled with amazing characters and themes. It’s all topped off with an amazing cinematography, Roger Deakins does surely have…


  • Cameron M. Gambas Johnson

    ★★★★★ Added by Cameron M. Gambas Johnson

    "No Country For Old Men" is about a world, realistic yet fictional, and about the normal and abnormal characters that inhabit that world. Like every Coen brothers film I've thus far seen, it places the viewer into a setting so vividly created and human that it's hard not to feel a connection to it. The dialogue is beautiful and endlessly witty, and the actors, even if not perfect at their accents (I don't know what Bardem was trying to do,…


  • pueblerinarose

    ★★★★★ Watched by pueblerinarose 22 Nov, 2007

    Amé ver éstas películas con mi hermano


  • fdash

    ★★★★★ Added by fdash

    javier bardem.


  • MysteryLover66

    ★★★★★ Added by MysteryLover66



  • Malcolm

    ★★★★★ Watched by Malcolm 11 Mar, 2015

    A beautifully shot, well-performed, theme-driven recreation of the book by Cormac McCarthy has all of the tools to create a thriller to remember.


  • supertorch

    ★★★★★ Added by supertorch

    What's not to like here. The Coen brothers do Cormac McCarthy (former USAF for the record). Javier Bardem brings a badass scary to my similar 3rd grade styled pageboy haircut---finally vindicated after all these years. And of course Kelly Macdonald because I love it when brits, or a scot in this case, play American rednecks. The moral of this story—never tell your mother-in-law anything!!!!


  • Tim Lawrence

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Tim Lawrence 08 Mar, 2015

    One of the Coens' very best - a consummately well-crafted rumination on the presence of evil in the world.


  • Ed Rawlings

    ★★★★★ Added by Ed Rawlings

    After thoroughly enjoying Fargo, I was very keen to watch No Country For Old Men. The Coen brothers have outdone themselves again with this fantastic thriller. Right from Tommy Lee Jones' monologue in the opening sequence, I knew that this film was unique. The story was so fast paced, gritty and the themes that the film conveyed were interesting. First off the acting of the the three leads was top notch, particularly Javier Bardem in his Oscar winning performance. We…


  • Michael

    ★★★★★ Rewatched by Michael 07 Mar, 2015

    "It sounds like these old boys died of natural causes."