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  • Actors: Javier Bardem, Rodger Boyce, Josh Brolin, Barry Corbin, Beth Grant
  • Directors: Ethan Coen, Joel Coen
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: WALT DISNEY VIDEO
  • DVD Release Date: March 11, 2008
  • Run Time: 122 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,372 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00118T63C
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,094 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "No Country for Old Men" on IMDb

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  • Working With the Coens: Reflections of Cast and Crew
  • The Making of No Country for Old Men
  • Diary of a Country Sheriff

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DESCRIPTION: Acclaimed filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen deliver their most gripping and ambitious film yet in this sizzling and supercharged action-thriller. When a man stumbles on a bloody crime scene, a pickup truck loaded with heroin, and two million dollars in irresistible cash, his decision to take the money sets off an unstoppable chain reaction of violence. Not even west Texas law can contain it. Based on the novel by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Cormac McCarthy, and featuring an acclaimed cast led by Tommy Lee Jones, this gritty game of cat and mouse will take you to the edge of your seat and beyond right up to its heart-stopping final act.

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Format: Blu-ray
Violent, dark, gripping and an off-humor tone that is like no other. `NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN' is indeed a Coen Brothers masterpiece!

The film is possibly the most ambitious film from the Award winning filmmakers, Joel and Ethan Coen ("Fargo", "The Big Lebowski", "O Brother, Where Art Thou?", "Raising Arizona") based on the 2005 novel by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Cormac McCarthy. "NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN" was nominated for eight Academy Awards and won four which include "Best Achievement in Directing", "Best Motion Picture of the Year", "Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role" and "Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published".

"NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN" makes its re-appearance on Blu-ray with a new audio track, five hours of bonus footage and a digital copy.

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"NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN" is featured in 1080p High Definition with an aspect ratio of (2:35:1). One thing you will notice is how the colors of the rugged outdoors really pops. The earth tones and its vibrancy during the day, to the dark black and blues during the night. I saw no major artifacting or high grain during the low light conditions.

Also, when you see the characters in High Definition, you see the wrinkles, the pores...very detailed picture quality. Even the people who were shot and killed, good amount of detail in the bullet wounds and showcasing how much detail the crew went into making sure the these wounds look realistic. There is no denying that the picture quality for "NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN" is amazing and right up there with the top tier titles.
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180 of 225 people found the following review helpful By Grady Harp HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 16, 2008
Format: DVD
Cormac McCarthy's novel NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN has been successfully transformed into a film in the skilled hands of Ethan and Joel Coen. The story is intact, the characters are given the dialog so uniquely McCarthy's invention, and the horror of the message of the book - that we have come to a point in time when crime, especially random murder, surrounds our lives - is, if anything, even more pungent than on the pages of the book. It is an amazing, and a highly disturbing movie, and while this viewer is one of the few who does not believe it deserved the Oscar for Best Picture, there is little doubt that it is a brilliant piece of cinema.

The story is fairly simple: on the raw plains of Texas a slaughter of men and dogs engaged in a drug deal is discovered by a simple guy Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin). Moss observes the mayhem, sees the drugs, finds the 2 million dollar payoff money, takes the money, and embarks on an escape, leaving his wife Carla (Kelly Macdonald) to escape the pursuit of a mad killer Chigurh (Javier Bardem) who in turn is being pursued by the local sheriff (Tommy Lee Jones) and a hired hitman (Woody Harrelson). The satchel of money contains a tracking device and Chigurh has the instrument necessary to follow the trail the device leads. The remainder of the film is the pursuit both in Texas and in Mexico, accompanied by countless brutal murders of all sorts by the crazed Chigurh, until a surprise ending.

But the toughest part of this violent film is more in the discussion of shared philosophies between the sheriff and his old cronies: they reflect on the sad state of universal crime that is so different and more malevolent than in the 'old days'.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By M. Griffin on March 14, 2008
Format: DVD
I can see why some people would have a problem with this movie. It is a violent, brooding movie with an ending that will have you saying, "That's it?". Plus, several scenes end without showing what happens to the characters, leaving the audience to guess what may or may not have occurred. I think it is important to remember that this is an adapted screenplay from a Cormac McCarthy novel. I read the book shortly after seeing this film and feel that the Coen brothers did a very good job. Except for excluding a couple of chapters, the film follows the book almost exactly. So, if you feel that this movie is entirely the Coen brother's fault you better think again. Some blame has to go to the source material.

Personally, I love movies like this. Movies where everything is not tied together nicely, where the good guy doesn't always succeed, and where the traditional rules of Hollywood are broken. If you expect a movie where the good guy vanquishes the bad guy in a gun-battling, car-chasing climax then you better rent something else. If you want a happy ending, you may want to watch the movie 'Enchanted' instead as another reviewer suggested. Nothing works out for any of the characters. This includes the main bad guy Anton Chigurh played by Javier Bardem. What should be a simple job of retrieving 2 million dollars of missing drug money from a local good ole' boy turns into a really big headache for him. He then goes on a murder spree just because he was so inconvenienced. That is what makes this character really scary. He'll do anything to finish the job, and he'll dish out triple the amount of pain bestowed upon him.

As for the ending, you must keep the title of the movie in mind.
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Where Chigurh is hiding
Just another opinion here. I don't believe that Chigurh is actually in the room when Bell arrives at the door. My interpretatrion is that Bell is terrified that he will encounter this man who he fears and simply cannot understand. He doesn't want to enter the hotel room and possibly confont... Read More
Jul 28, 2008 by Brian Lakso |  See all 105 posts
The Sheriff's Dream?? (Warning Spoiler Alert!)
When he dreams of his father...to me it's clear that he's dreaming of his own death, which he and I as the viewer assumer are coming soon...where his father has gone on ahead to lead the way, prepare a place, greet him, etc. etc.
Nov 24, 2007 by RMurray847 |  See all 25 posts
Carson Wells
I think Carson is meant to serve as a foil to Anton and highlight Anton's efficiency as a hitman. Wells is in the same profession as Anton, but he follows a different moral code which gets him killed. IMO, Wells fails where Anton succeeds for two main reasons: 1) he is not as attentive to... Read More
Dec 30, 2007 by B. Hedges |  See all 5 posts
Regarding the 2-Disc Collector's Ed. + Digital Copy
So there is nothing special about the 2-disc collector's edition other than the digital copy? all the extras are on the regular blu ray as well?
Mar 5, 2011 by L. Cheng |  See all 3 posts
No Ending?
A perfect ending. It is a faithful adaptation of the book and it has the same ending as the book. There was no way the Coens were going to alter that ending.

I've seen the movie three times and am going for a 4th this weekend. I've 52, a movie fan, and have never watched a movie that many... Read More
May 2, 2008 by D. W WISELY |  See all 8 posts
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