No Country For Old Men

Disappointing for those of us who really like the good (or at least the “better”) folks to live, but a thrilling, bloody, suspenseful, incredibly well-acted and wonderfully scripted little movie. It’s a darker, grittier, smarter version of Unforgiven.

Also: blood and guns and assasins and drug deals gone wrong!

Great performances all around; smart, tough, engaging characters (again, if you’re not going to give me films focusing on female heroines, then the least you can fucking do is write female characters that Don’t Suck. This film succeeds there).

A film to watch, but not something you’re going to buy and keep around for comfort food.

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