"No Country For Old Men"
Drama. Rated R.
No Country For Old
Men was released in 2007 and won Best Picture at the 2008
Academy Awards. The film is based on the novel by the Pulitzer
prize-winning author Cormac McCarthy. The film is directed by
Joel and Ethan Coen (Fargo) who are four-time Academy Award-winning
The super charged
action-thriller is about a man named Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin,
The Goonies), stumbling upon the aftermath of a drug deal
gone bad that left behind a pickup truck loaded with heroin and
two million dollars in irresistible cash in the desert of West
Once Moss decides
to take the money his decision sets off an unstoppable chain reaction
of violence that makes him leave town. The money belongs to fugitive
and killer Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem, Before Night Falls)
that obsessively searches for Moss to reclaim his precious money.
Sheriff Bell (Tommy
Lee Jones, The Fugitive) leads the West Texas Rangers in a
cat and mouse chase that follows Chigurh in the attempt to make
an arrest and bring Moss to safety.
I enjoyed this film
very much and I can see why it won best picture at the Oscars.
The film holds your attention and keeps you guessing every step
of the way. This film will definitely have you on the edge of
your seat in suspense right up to the heart-stopping final moment.