No Country for Old Men

His introductory scenes show him to possess a code of sorts, unfamiliar to any rational audience member, that allows him to kill without remorse and even occasionally to let luck decide who lives or dies. He is chilling and evil, and entirely believable thanks to Bardem’s wonderful turn.
Rating: 4.5 starsHoopla Factor: 4.0 stars


Like most of the Coens' work, there are brilliant moments of black humour, though, like Chigurh, these could become harrowingly violent at any moment. It's hard to get too relaxed watching No Country for Old Men.
Rating: 4.0 starsHoopla Factor: 4.0 stars

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