Was really hoping for a scene of Reynolds walking around a fabrics store, "Why don't I own this?" but I'll get over it.
This film is such a relic of its time in the best possible way.
If this were made today:
-It'd be a stupid miniseries on Netflix with no theatrical release, for people to watch on iPads on their layovers
-The duration would either be halved or doubled
-Every prop and piece of wardrobe would look insanely gaudy with digital cinema cameras
-The score would be Zimmer-esque strings and drums with a bunch of "hihowareya" faux-First Nation chants thrown in
I watch this movie every day.
I watch this movie when I get up in the morning and when I go to bed at night (with a quick nibble in the afternoon).
I watch this movie while I'm watching other movies.
I watch this movie.
Cogito ergo sum (roughly translates to "Erryboddygo watch sum No Country for Old Men").