Are you excited about life and all of its possibilities? Ever get to thinking, “You know, there’s so much good in the world, and everything always works out the way it should”?
If you’d like to retain that outlook, don’t see No Country For Old Men.
I’ve seen some pretty fucked up shit, but I don’t know that I’ve ever seen a movie that views life with such a clinical, distanced eye, one that makes you almost feel stupid for thinking you have some sense of what it is you’re doing here, how things work or how everything will work out. Seeing this movie at the wrong juncture in your life could easily lead you to suicide. It’s very real and very frightening. I’m definitely terrified of Javier Bardem now.
Easily the best movie the Coen Brothers have made in forever. I just don’t know if I’d ever want to see it again.