Thursday, December 6, 2007


The Coen brothers have assembled a brilliant cast with Tommy Lee Jones, Javier Bardem and Josh Brolin to bring this sinister, simmering, Southwestern tale to the screen. Brolin is a young hunter who stumbles on a stash of cash; Jones is the honest sheriff who tries to make things right; and Bardem is the personification of evil; in this story of a drug deal gone bad.

National Board of Review Winner, Best Film of the Year


Anonymous said...

No Country For Old Men just received Best Picture from New York Film Critic Circle!

Nan said...

It's kind of funny -- I love the Coen brothers. I love Tommy Lee Jones. I thought Javier Bardem was terrifying. Woody Harrelson and Stephen Root were great in small roles. In fact, I thought this was a very good movie all around -- but not quite the career-capping accomplishment it seems a lot of the critics think it is. And I can't really say why. Well worth seeing in any case, though.