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No Exitnew

No Country for Old Men is a showcase of brilliant, minimalist acting, a visual masterpiece and an uncomfortable philosophical challenge.
Gambit  |  Rick Barton  |  12-05-2007  |  Reviews

Crime Masterpiecenew

The Coens' near-perfect No Country for Old Men will take your breath away.
Tucson Weekly  |  James DiGiovanna  |  11-21-2007  |  Reviews

By the Booknew

Hey, guess what? Evil is real, and random, and without reason, and relentless.
Sacramento News & Review  |  Jonathan Kiefer  |  11-15-2007  |  Reviews

'No Country For Old Men': Badlandsnew

Coen Brothers return to the scene of their first crime.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Curt Holman  |  11-15-2007  |  Reviews

Evil Ways

The Coen brothers combine pure thrills with grim philosophy in No Country for Old Men.
Salt Lake City Weekly  |  Scott Renshaw  |  11-15-2007  |  Reviews

Josh Brolin & Kelly MacDonald on 'No Country for Old Men'new

Both Brolin and MacDonald are open in their admiration for the Coen brothers.
Montreal Mirror  |  Mark Slutsky  |  11-12-2007  |  Profiles & Interviews

All the Pretty Carnagenew

Remorseless murder isn't all there is to No Country for Old Men, but it's all anyone seems to care about.
Chicago Reader  |  Jonathan Rosenbaum  |  11-12-2007  |  Reviews

Tonal Gravitynew

Coen Brothers return to darkness with No Country for Old Men while Lions for Lambs offers an anything-but-subtle attack.
Los Angeles CityBeat  |  Andy Klein  |  11-09-2007  |  Reviews

Coen Brothers to Audience: 'Hold Still'new

The Coen brothers transcend themselves with No Country for Old Men.
L.A. Weekly  |  Scott Foundas  |  11-09-2007  |  Reviews

Why is Josh Brolin So Damn Happy?new

An Oscar-tipped turn in No Country For Old Men proves this Goonie is good enough after all.
NOW Magazine  |  John Harkness  |  11-09-2007  |  Profiles & Interviews

'No Country' is a Crime Movie for a World at Warnew

The way the Coen brothers' latest morphs from noir into contemporary-western moral struggle makes it deeper, funnier and even stranger than Fargo.
New York Press  |  Armond White  |  11-08-2007  |  Reviews

The Coen and Cormac Frontier in 'No Country for Old Men'new

The casting is superb, but the notes each of the actors are allowed to search out and discover are what make No Country For Old Men at least within a well-hurled rock's throw of a "masterpiece" as some writers have already gratefully dubbed this glory of pearlescent carborundum.
Chicago Newcity  |  Ray Pride  |  11-07-2007  |  Reviews

The Coen Brothers Go West

After a string of disappointing projects, Joel and Ethan Coen have hit cinematic paydirt with Cormac McCarthy's 2003 western crime novel No Country for Old Men.
Maui Time  |  Cole Smithey  |  11-03-2007  |  Reviews

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