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No Country for Old Men

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    No Country for good movies

    This may be the single best clue that the apocalypse is near. This terrible piece of American "Film Art" has few, if any, redeeming scenes or characters. Tommy Lee Jones is wasted as the lawman in pursuit of a GOOF. The GOOF is played by some talentless Eurotrash actor who nust have studied Brando's idiotic parody of Fletcher Christian in the 1962 Mutiny on the Bounty. This is not even as good as the lesser Coen Brother's movies. I consider this movie a disaster.Cormac McCarthy, the author of this crap, may be the most overrated author of our time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    First of all, this movie is very unrealistic. The villian walks around with a shot gun and heavy steel tank everywhere and kills people, and magically nobody is around to call the police to say a man is walking around with a shot gun. A man finds two million dollars in a drug deal gone bad and goes back to try and give a dying drug dealer water, when someone looking for the money may find him. He even tells his wife that he's about to do something stupid before he leaves to do it. A sheriff knows the killer drank out of a glass milk jar, then drinks from it himself without taking finger prints. The list goes on and on, but I'll stop here. The ending asks more questions than it answers. A story is suppose to ask questions in the beginning, then answer every question by the end of the story. The directors were trying to make an artsy movie like "Citizen Kane," but it didn't work. They left too much out!

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