Very good, elevated by one of Matt Damon's finest performances and one of the best, most melancholy endings of the Coens' filmography.
aka "There's No Country for Young Men, Either...Unless You Rob Some Banks."
It's churlish to compare this to one of the best American films of the last few decades, but this is a bit more mainstream and overt than NCFOM's sparse, surreal ambiguity. Still, this is a very good crime film, and despite its occasionally clumsy "BANKS SUUUUUUUCK" messaging, it's the best crime film of the year.
I've never been a big Ben Foster fan. I always felt the strain in his beady-eyed intensity. For me, he's never been better as the older brother. Pine and Bridges are also terrific. Watch this!