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No Country for Old Men

Rated R for strong graphic violence and some language.

R In Theaters 11/9/2007 , 122min.
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Critic score based on 37 reviews

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March 15, 2014
Movies this good come once a decade, keeps you guessing thru out
December 31, 2011
Excellent movie. True to the book and well acted.
February 26, 2011
Javier Bardem was the most evil movie villan in recent memory. Scary because the character could be real.
February 26, 2011
The movie starts with the best actors and this actors Starring:Tommy Lee Jones, Javier Bardem, Josh Brolin, Woody Harrelson, Kelly MacDonald keep the movie in attention movie was excellent because of its compelling story, and its overall idea, comment online
July 18, 2010
Another success from the Coen brothers! One of the best movies from the Coen bro's. This movie was excellent because of its compelling story, and its overall idea. The story of a man who stumbles apon a drug deal gone wrong. He takes the bag of cash, thinking about doing anything for his wife, but ends up suffering the consequences. I Wasn't a huge fan of the ending, ************ worked. Leaving

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A.O. Scott
The New York Times
No Country for Old Men is purgatory for the squeamish and the easily spooked. For formalists -- those moviegoers sent into raptures by tight editing, nimble camera work and faultless sound design -- it's pure heaven. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
The Coen brothers have fashioned a wry and riveting hybrid of a drama, Western, crime thriller and action film that is as powerful and thought-provoking as it is genre-bending. Full Review
Dana Stevens
Maybe part of the problem is that black comedy is a tough genre in which to create a masterpiece. Full Review
James Berardinelli
It’s mostly an off-kilter road trip that accomplishes what the Coens do best - seamlessly merging drama, violence, and quirky humor into a whole. Full Review
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
If watching movie violence is cathartic, then this film amounts to heavy therapy. It's much more than that, however. This is the best film the Coen brothers have done since their glory days of "Fargo" and "The Big Lebowski," maybe the best they've done, period. Full Review
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