Saturday, 15 October 2011

No Country For Old Men - REVIEW

Film of the Day #222/ 300

Violent, poetic, gripping and absorbing, No Country For Old Men is a tale of the good, the bad and the deranged. The film re-established the Coens as two of American cinema’s most talented directors and introduced Hollywood audiences to the Oscar-winning Javier Bardem. The movie creeps along at an unsettlingly slow pace; however, No Country For Old Men will have you glued to the screen, every single frame.