No Country For Old Men – Movie Review
No Country For Old Men ****
No Country for Old Men is one of the best films of 2007. It’s thrilling from start to finish and at just over two hours, leaves you thoroughly satisfied. This is one of those films you will be thinking about long after you leave the theater. Expect to see several Academy Award nominations and wins for everyone involved in this film. Visit Ebert & Roeper to watch their review of this film.
Independent Democracy 4 star guide:
**** Loved It
*** Really liked It
** Liked It
* Didn’t like it, wasted my time, or would rather have watched a George Bush speech
A hunter (Josh Brolin) stumbles upon a dead body, $2 million and a stash of heroin in the woods. He absconds with the cash, but brutal thief Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem) comes looking for it, with a local sheriff (Tommy Lee Jones) on his trail. The roles of hunter and prey blur as the violent pursuits of money and justice collide. Woody Harrelson co-stars in this dark morality tale from Joel and Ethan Coen, based on Cormac McCarthy’s novel.
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