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Saturday, March 15, 2008

No Country For Old Men Review

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A vividly dark and mesmerizing screenplay employs one of the most difficult elements to master in a movie; analysis of the human soul. What's even more unforgettable is Bardem's character Chigurh, a ruthless killer with his own twisted sense of ethics, evokes such an amazing presence that must be witnessed to do any justice. Though storytelling norm is broken, it manages to create both an unsatisfying yet true to their nature in maintaining the essence of the movie. That, in addition to fantastic casting, acting, and cinematography, it's highly recommended for anyone that's comfortable intaking the brutal edge of a demon's wrath. 9.6/10.

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