From Academy Award winning directors Ethan and Joel Coen (Fargo, The Big Lebowski) comes this Oscar winning thriller based on the critically acclaimed novel from Cormac McCarthy. No Country for Old Men tells the story of Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin), a hunter who stumbles upon the crime scene of a drug deal gone wrong. He decides to flee the scene with a suitcase full of money, which was inadvertently left behind, putting his life in jeopardy. Llewelyn now finds himself in a cat and mouse chase with Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem – In an Oscar winning role), a violence-driven criminal who intends to stop at nothing in order to get back the money. (Matt Fairfield)
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Excellent film. Very atmospheric. You really get a feel for the location in the desert scenes. The film was very tense too - it kept me on the edge of my seat to the very end. Brilliant acting by all the cast, makes it a must-see film.
Having never read the book I dont personally know how close the film follows . However I did read several reviews before I watched it and every one reported that the movie is an excellent adaptation following almost scene by scene. The Coen Brothers produced yet another fantastic movie, the cinematography is stunning. A real edge of the seat thriller which i'd describe as witty, tense chilling as well as being violent in parts. I thought it was beautifully acted out and unlike the previous contributer I thought Tommy Lee Jones's part of a nearly retired sheriff was excellent. This is the first film Ive ever seen where the lack of a sound track is as dramatic as having one ! A really good movie and well worth watching.
Amazing acting, great story line not worth a five due to Tommy Lee Jones's character. I didn't understand what his character brought to the film apart from slowing the storyline and bringing an existential angst to what was a cracking thriller. Bloody crimes. thrilling chases in the desert make this the most exciting of all the Coen films