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NCFOM or No Country For Old Men is a terrific movie with an interesting climax

NCFOM or No Country For Old Men is a terrific movie with an interesting climax

NCFOM or No Country For Old Men is a terrific movie with an interesting climax

NCFOM or No Country For Old Men is a terrific movie with an interesting climax

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  • dystopian95 (1 point : 403 days ago)

    Overrated pile of shit is what I think of this movie. It looked like chocolate at first, but as I got closer to it, I realised what it really was.
    I hate the Coen Assholes! Is it so hard to wrap up the fuckin movie in a way that's rewarding to the viewers?!

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  • metroReview (1 point : 403 days ago)

    The character that stood out as outstanding to me was Chigurh. The cold, ruthless killer persona was perfectly carried out by Javier's portrayal of Chigurh. His killings are bound to haunt a common person. The air gun makes him even deadlier as the extent of his ruthlessness is revealed. Brutal yet principled.

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  • srabble02 (2 points : 403 days ago)

    I really liked how the villain in this story was portrayed. So methodical and calculating, plus the way he talks in just haunting. And I love how they just the let the story tell itself, the cinematography of this film is impeccable.

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  • vegasJoe (2 points : 404 days ago)

    @teddyruxpin, aw don't be so harsh on the movie. It has feelings too, you know :). I agree that the climax could have been better since all we got to hear was Tommy Lee Jones's dreams which was boring as fuck

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  • teddyruxpin (1 point : 404 days ago)

    The climax sucked!!

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