Tuesday, September 7, 2010

No Country for Old Men

Starring: Tommy Lee Jones, Javier Bardem, Josh Brolin, Woody Harrelson
Director: Ethan Coen , Joel Coen
Genre:  Action and Adventure, Suspense
Based on the novel written by Cormac McCarthy. 

Near Rio Grande, a hunter stumbles upon a violent scene with dead bodies, another's life in peril, drugs and an attache full of money.  Violence ensues as he is hunted down and anyone involved in the matter is hunted and gruesomely disposed of.  A sheriff ready for retirement can't catch up with the man behind the massacre.  He knows this killer.  He once had arrested him but he escaped and now the sheriff seems to always be one step behind, cleaning up after him. 

No Country for Old Men is twisted and violent. The violence is quite graphic and, in most cases, unprovoked.  This killer has no qualms in executing his victims as he carries on in search of the one who holds the money.

Rated 18A for graphic violence and language.  I can't believe I watched it!  I give this a 1/5. 


  1. We watched it too. It won picture of the year or some award so we decided to see it. I did not like it -- too violent. Sterling watched it again -- ugh!

  2. Diana, it's hard to believe it was nominated for anything never mind won! Far too violent for me!