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No Country for Old Men - Official Trailer

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Directed by Ethan Coen and Joel Coen Starring Tommy Lee Jones, Javier Bardem, Josh Brolin, Woody Harrelson, Kelly Macdonald
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Cathy Blackwell (3 months ago)
I really think the Coen brothers should take on Blood Meridian while McCarthy is able to advise. After seeing this, I think they're the ones who could do it.
James Hunt (3 months ago)
Wow I’m glad I didn’t see the trailer before the movie it gave so much away
William Purnomo (8 months ago)
Lol some guy said I sounded like him
Ben Quinney (11 months ago)
Dog poop?
John Kuczmarski (11 months ago)
This is one of my favorite films. It's so somber and dark and deep! Love it! Seen it many a time!
Tha Real Mccoy (11 months ago)
is it scary like Joy Ride?
Remchaill (1 year ago)
I mean, I hear it's a great movie, but that was an awful trailer. I still have no freaking clue what this movie is about.
Ben Quinney (1 year ago)
Assasin of fate?
Aditya (1 year ago)
Only for mindful audience... Not for the fun looking ones.
Zanichbug (1 year ago)
Maybe Anton Chigur could rid us of Chuck Norris...
Cosmic Bunny (1 year ago)
Man I loved that silent shot gun.
Ian Dog (1 year ago)
Great movie
Nepoznato Lice (1 year ago)
Best movies=Neo-Noir movies.
Andrea L (1 year ago)
Just call it... firend-o!
Realistic Kid (1 year ago)
And they wondering why Logan paul make a joke about a dead body
i_am_so_ LONELY (1 year ago)
Oliver *Dage* (1 year ago)
Instantly hooked!
Mustafa Asghari (1 year ago)
Danger is every where!!!!!!!!!!! No Country For Old Men!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks!
Deborah Grey (1 year ago)
Is that Stephen Amell at 1:14 ?
Copperworks Plumbing (1 year ago)
...so where's the cash ?
Junaid A (1 year ago)
Please don't watch, waste of time!! Could have been a better movie in the past but in modern era it has to be rated as simply very boring, except for Javier Bardem class acting.
Arthur Morgan (1 year ago)
find Jack Sparrow for me and relay a message, from Captain Salazar. Tell him: death will come straight for him. Will you say that to him, please?
Patrick Pacheco (2 years ago)
This movie is excellent!!
Kimberly Gutierrez (2 years ago)
Good movie
King D'Challa (2 years ago)
One of the greatest film yet along one of the Greatest villain performances of all time. This movie is a Masterpiece
Bryan Palmer (2 years ago)
The film and the book are flawless.
thachiefrocka (2 years ago)
The Ultimate Bad Ass
Natehc Kian (2 years ago)
if u find money like that, go to your bank and deposit it into your account.
Hl A (1 year ago)
The bank by law will have to notify the authorities. Then the authorities come knocking on your door, so you then have to explain how you came in possession of such a large sum of money because you don't earn that kind of money doing an average job.That's why criminal gangs launder money through fake business. A good choice is through a casino, hard to trace what money is coming from where.
BrandonCarcamoMusic (2 years ago)
Hi guys, I added my own original music to the opening of this movie for the sake of film scoring practice. Check it out on my channel and let me know what you think!
arno shroif (2 years ago)
Although Sugar deserved to die in my book and to be honest I've waited for that fucker to die, I've been satisfied with his car accident because in that scene we can see that he is just as vulnerable as every human, not the Grim Reaper as he likes to see himself. And only in that scene the sense of dread and invincibility about that guy disappeared, at least for me.
drumstickshockeysticks (2 years ago)
One of the best movies I've ever seen along with The Departed
William Dillery (2 years ago)
Call it
damien billington (2 years ago)
can someone explain to me why its a masterpiece no dought its a good film but it seem to end when josh brolin died
Dante TB (2 years ago)
i'm gonna watch this masterpiece for the rest of my life
AYBUB ايبوب (2 years ago)
this fucking movie is nosense i finished watchin it and im still confused as the dead dog
LUSEJA (2 years ago)
best Cohen bros movie!!
LUSEJA fargo
Just call it friendo :^)
realperson.dll (2 years ago)
My favorite movie
Rat Bat Blue (2 years ago)
You're a bit deaf arent' ye
Turtles (2 years ago)
This is a great example of the terrible quality of film trailers. This trailer makes the movie seem like a standard western or action movie with lots of shooting and violence, when it's such a deep, intricate, and philosophical movie with like 10 minutes of action, total.
AYBUB ايبوب (2 years ago)
Exactly i waster 2 fucking hours on this crap!
West Senkovec (2 years ago)
Mitchell Gass like you said, the movie is boring 🐯
Slayer King (2 years ago)
did not like the ending
Just John (2 years ago)
Moral? Never leave a trail Llewellyn didn't. It sure made an impression on me!
Tu Nguyen (2 years ago)
all those lifes he took and ended up with a broken arm? atleast have the fucker die in the accident it wouldve satisfy us a bit.all these movie experts call it a masterpiece not because its a masterpiece but because it puzzles everyone else who doesnt think so causing them to doubt themselves and leaves these film critiques feeling like the only geniuss who reconizes its a masterpiece when its a piece of shit ending
Markiroll (1 year ago)
i've watched a bunch of films and I always watch the bad guys die. Even if they're my favourite characters, they still die. Why? because they're the antagonists. But this movie and (SPOILERS) Inglorious Basterds had two of my favourite antagonists of all time not because they are the antagonists and survived the whole movie, it was because it shows the reality that sometimes, the bad guy does get away with it. You're talking about having Anton be killed, but his elbow bone popped out of his arm, the guy wouldn't be doing much harm for the rest of his life (unless they ever make an unnecessary sequel). The same goes with Han Landa (SPOILERS AGAIN). The guy managed to settle a deal with the enemy because he knew what was going to happen to the Nazis anyway. So in order to live a peaceful life after the war, he lives in America BUT he had a the swastika symbol cut on his head, to show the audience that even if the bad guy doesn't die, he still has some shit to live with for the rest of his/her life.
FritzIdler (2 years ago)
Tu Nguyen- The ending grows on you, if you see the movie more than once. Acceptance in life can take time.
Krebs (2 years ago)
Well for one thing it was based on a book and they kept pretty close to how that ended. And the lack of audience satisfaction was the intended purpose, it reflects how real life can be and invokes a sense of dread. Sometimes the "bad guy" gets away in real life. It's part of the movie's greater themes of destiny and chance.
Matthew Mata (2 years ago)
Did she die? Did he ever get caught? Did the Sheriff go to Heaven?
Rat Bat Blue (2 years ago)
1.She died look how he looks at the bottom of his boots for blood 2.W will never know 3.No, what are you talking about
Jan Berrios (2 years ago)
It's done fucked up!
David H (2 years ago)
I miss the old Texas
Dantes Inferno (2 years ago)
I watched this movie by chance but what a frickin movie!!....
AYBUB ايبوب (2 years ago)
its so fucking overrated!
ck ok (2 years ago)
awesome trailer. if you like this movie i suggest Calvary and the Proposition. those two movies with No Country for old men are my top three.
Just John (2 years ago)
Hey Apocalypse ... I survived "Troubled wine" Zakk Wylde As commented on by taddeus1960 commented on a video on YouTube. Dedicated to the great American author, Cormac McCarthy: The film, portrayed from the book, is actually about immigration:     The film is about the over-riding change that is coming to these emperorially dominated parts of the USA. Immigration, a changing mass of populations about the world is significant in the narrative of the film. The drugs trafficking plot is a sub text narrative for the problems the USA encounters.  Particularly, with respect to the Mexican gangs that spew across its border. This is the primary concern of the book and the subtext. It is that part in the undertaking of the film. Drugs are only a part of the matter.  Be scared, be very scared. The author of the book intended to create a sense of impending doom, enlightened by the conversations the chief of the police in the film, have with his previous sheriff and police counter parts.  Including the chief's dreams of the old times compared with the present. And, including the naive accompaniment policeman and his police friend locked away out in nowhere-land-desert with his stray cats. This is another metaphor for the impending isolation of the white Americans, in this unstoppable assault on their lives. If the world is made to be conservative and the land rights of those who now own America are questioned then it would seem that their fait is not going to be a happy one or a righteous one due to the powers of evil and organised crime. Even the hapless illegal immigrant simply looking for better pickings in the USA will eventually lead to the Caucasian, Europeans demise. Their fait is a Hobson's choice just like the character in 'The heart of darkness' created by Joseph Conrad and which the derivative film 'Apocalypse now' capitalizes on. The freedoms for white Americans are eroded and lie diminuated by the thrashing and threats of middle Americas masses and all of the darkness that lies there.  Be frightened, be very frightened.   The Alamo seems to have been lost along way 'a' way and a long time ago.  Javier Bardem, the devil incarnate, tells us that he is principled in getting his mellifluous way and tells the white man that it is all decided, in its devastation, on the toss of a coin.
Ferand the Honorable (3 years ago)
Goddamn that Antoan dude is most likely some kind of supernatural being, like Rutger Hauer was in Hitcher...
URKillingme100 * (3 years ago)
A cab driver in Boston this week found a bag with $187K in cash left behind by his last fare.  He turned it into the police.  My coworker asked me if I would have kept the money.  My response, "Of course not.  Apparently you've never seen "No Country for Old Men."
Cockoff Gewgle (1 year ago)
What an idiot.
Alexander Barrera (3 years ago)
Aguaaaa... . Aguaa!!
Anthony Stark (2 years ago)
+Alexander Barrera noooo papi ❤️
Alexander Barrera (2 years ago)
+Anthony Stark carajooo!!!! cabron
Anthony Stark (2 years ago)
+Alexander Barrera because I want you homes
Alexander Barrera (2 years ago)
+Anthony Stark ¿why you all up on me ese!?
Derek Nelson (3 years ago)
One of the best movies ive ever seen
nxxi (3 years ago)
Please help, did anton kill the wife at the end ? Thanks in advance.
Matt Ward (2 years ago)
+*nxxi* No one really knows for sure. We all saw (or rather didn't see) the same thing...
G3mmons (3 years ago)
Most likely he did. That is why he checks he shoes at the end. To see if there is blood on them since he does not like blood to be on himself.
tayjb6 (3 years ago)
I just got done watching it now I can't help but watch clips from it!! One of my favorite movies now
Iris M (3 years ago)
Great film! highly recommended!
Machine Gun Nest (3 years ago)
Clints Eastwoods cowboy character wood fuck up any of these Vato Hombres....///True Terminator
Machine Gun Nest (3 years ago)
@Malcolm X eastwoods movies are better..theres only one clint just like all the good ones  bogart john wayne peck mitchum douglas,,  so fuck you dumb ass
Malcolm X (3 years ago)
+james marshall "Blonde kicks ass" thats a hella good argumentation
Machine Gun Nest (3 years ago)
@Malcolm X oh yah  Blonde kicks ass  get 1 more coffin Ready
Malcolm X (3 years ago)
+james marshall Just no
Machine Gun Nest (3 years ago)
@Malcolm X lol  he would kill seventy  chigurs
Raul Maldonado (3 years ago)
the movie is way better then the trailer I highly recommend you watching it
Attack Counter (3 years ago)
Fucking stupid movie.
+Rain Storm Call it.
Alessandro Chiri (3 years ago)
The Best scene is the Coin toss
Machine Gun Nest (3 years ago)
some one commented  theres no need to toss the coin..  just call it.
Machine Gun Nest (3 years ago)
+Highlander Duncan or the chase in the desert lol the dog
52saturdays (3 years ago)
Where did Moss work in the novel? I understand he hunted, but was there anything else? Chigurh goes into a garage and asks the men there if they've seen him, and they say he hasn't been in yet... does that mean he worked there?
SB (3 years ago)
+52saturdays Well I've read the book bought I haven't seen the movie. Says hes a welder in the book
52saturdays (3 years ago)
+Slvn Baker It seems I've missed that completely, thank you! :)
SB (3 years ago)
+52saturdays he was a welder
RJ 1999 (3 years ago)
I must of seen a different movie because this movie stunk as bad as the bodies out in the desert. The writing sucked, the characters like woody harelson made no sense , the whole movie followed no logic , of anyone past a 3rd grade education. Watch it on cable so you see it free, than you are only out your time
Azrael Astrum (3 years ago)
One of the very few "Perfect Movies"...I never get tired of seeing it
Douglas B. (2 years ago)
Probably the best movie I have ever seen....
Will McEwan (2 years ago)
catalinaga Good movies take repeat viewings to enjoy. Shitty ones are for one-time use.
catalinaga It's entertaining as hell idk wtf you're talking about
catalinaga (2 years ago)
i don't get it why do people like this movie? don't you people watch movies for entertainment?
PRTE (2 years ago)
I'm dying :'D
Earth Since Birth (3 years ago)
hands down the most brilliant movie ever made.. and the only movie ever stuck in my brain
nonplayerzealot4 (3 years ago)
Good trailer, but it shows damn near the whole movie. You can't stop the spoilers that's cummin.
Psaro (3 years ago)
Call it.
FritzIdler (2 years ago)
Pasro- If this ever happens to you, do your best to see which side of the coin is up. Then call the opposite side. The odds greatly favor you being right, most the time. Read it in a magic book as a kid, and tested it many times.
funnybunny dag (3 years ago)
+Psaro this would be such a frightening version of two face ^^
Serlok Brixe (3 years ago)
Favorite movie!
Virginia Jones (3 years ago)
same goes. Every line just seems to be etched in time."we got a real mess here sheriff" "it will do untill the mess gets here".lol.
rvmvadati (3 years ago)
This movie is awesome, the closest to real life with a demolishing ending! Finally a movie that doesn't have to have a happy or sad ending. It just felt so real and unfinished!
Cathy Blackwell (3 months ago)
@AG Entertainment Thanks for that explanation. I loved the movie but wasn't sure if he was grieving his choice to retire or what exactly he was saying. I love Cormac McCarthy but sometimes his writing is a little hard to understand.
Panthero Pardus (2 years ago)
AG Entertainment + rvmvadati yes. Thank you. perfect summary. Oddly, I am a fan of TLJ parallel theme movie: In the Valley of Elah. Again so real and so similar (theme at least) -- old man realizing how vastly different and unfamiliar this new world is compared to his younger days....
AG Entertainment (2 years ago)
But it did finish. The real protagonist, the sheriff, chose the safe life of being retired instead of going after Anton. That's what his dream was about at the end. He realized his place in the world -- there was "no country for old men." His time has passed. His arc as a character was following the case and doing his job -- but he chose to instead of pursue the killer and die, he chose the safe net of retirement. The dream he told his wife... that was him finally letting go. Not sure if I explained it well because this movie is deeper than most people give it credit for.
Felix Carter (3 years ago)
So true!!
Nicholas T. (3 years ago)
Sorry to say, but I was a bit bored while watching this movie..Besides the great act of Javier and Josh, I don't think there is something special of it.. And what's the meaning "no country for old men" anyway?
Andrew Murphy (3 years ago)
The title comes from the first line of a poem by Yeats entitled 'Sailing to Byzantium.' - "That is no country for old men. The young In one another's arms, birds in the trees – Those dying generations – at their song, The salmon‐falls, the mackerel‐crowded seas, Fish, flesh, or fowl, commend all summer long Whatever is begotten, born, and dies. Caught in that sensual music all neglect Monuments of unageing intellect..."
Stephen C (3 years ago)
+Nicholas T. The movie shows that an ageing cop (Tommy Lee Jones' character) is having trouble dealing with how brutal and violent crime has become, and has basically become disenchanted with the society that he has to police. He doesn't feel like he can do his job any more, because after years of service, he simply doesn't understand things. An old man struggling to deal with just how bad things have become. Kind of like the old saying "When I was a boy..."
truthbugle (3 years ago)
I'm only 12 years old and i love this movie, but my favourite movie is rob reiner's THE BUCKET LIST.
Selkon Angelo (3 years ago)
Its weird to know that Woody Harrelson's dad was a real hitman.
Rm4n 2 (3 years ago)
A great movie Tommy Lee Jones was the most important character in the film; at the end, u can totally understand that there is no country for old men; sad but true. I really liked the last scene of Javier Bardem where he's hit by a car; clearly states that even this professional merciless killer isn't safe in this world.
Serlok Brixe (3 years ago)
+Rm4n 2 Call it!
Tommy Sands (3 years ago)
good movie, but the ending sucks!!!
mentaleur (3 years ago)
Morality of the story : never stop for sex when a maniac is after you
Error inscript (1 year ago)
Thanks for telling me there is sex in it, the pussy worshiping society we live in.
Super.Chuck (2 years ago)
@bartolomeus e. rubi That is true. She has never seen a Mexican in a suit and he had such manners. She has the cancer you know. And she is NOT doing well at all.
big boss (2 years ago)
Actualy was his wife's mom who fucked Everything up... She told The mexicans where They Were Going to be in El Paso... mothers in law are The worst shit That could happen to a man... that's The moral Of The movie
@Chuck.Raney Raney Nice analysis. He was smart, but not smart enough. Also he had a strange bit a fatalism about him that seemed as much to do with some of the dumb things he did, topmost going back to give the Mexican the water in the first place, which he acknowledged might get him killed. Seems to me those transponders probably don't have much range on them, so if he had gotten away clean that first night, he would have gotten away clean altogether. That wouldn't be much of a story though, would it? What you said about searching the entire case and all the money is dead-on though for sure. 
Jumbo Owens (4 years ago)
One of the best movies ever...
Rafeal Partap (4 years ago)
huh great suspense but disappointing ending.
The Gypsay (4 years ago)
Imo, it was an awful movie, but whatever, if you enjoy it that's good
sydestar (3 years ago)
+Charizarzar look up an explanation. The ending becomes amazing!! Even though i wish it did end different
Charizarzar (3 years ago)
+The Gypsay I thought it was a great movie. The ending was a bit of a letdown though. :)
DrunkenM33rkat (3 years ago)
It's a modern day masterpiece
Dennis T. Nedry (4 years ago)
Awesome trailer if you've already seen the film. I think it showed too much.
KANYEda WESTaro (4 years ago)
can anyone recommend me good modern western film like this?
MCampbell13 (7 months ago)
Tommy Lee Jones "The Three Burials..." Long mexican name at the end I can't remember or spell. It's very good.
iChillalot (3 years ago)
django unchained
Taylor K (3 years ago)
+caradele _ There Will Be Blood is a comparable film
KANYEda WESTaro (3 years ago)
@Daniel Wagner love breaking bad so much. so many classic western elements in it like the new mexico landscape, cartel shootout, train robbery.  might gonna check sicario in cinema tomorrow.
ScarletSnake (4 years ago)
One of my favorite movies of all time. I don't think I'll ever be able to forget this picture. Every scene is etched inside my brain.
@Petter Danckwardt Dude you are tripping...period. Obviously you didn't watch the same movie.
Petter Danckwardt (3 years ago)
+ColeWorld andFreshHeirs Law Abiding Citizen is shit.
+ScarletSnake I remember when shattered, this movie, and law abiding citizen came out. These were some amazing movies
Pugweed (4 years ago)
...Is that @Stelio Kontos ?
marky mark (4 years ago)
a lot of american viewers cant handle the fact the bad guy gets away. what this is ,is one of the greatest films ever made. it will be replayed for many years to come whilst most are forgotten
Luis Hern (4 years ago)
How was Anton Chigurh able to find the location of Lewelyn's wife? Hard to believe that this film was distributed by Walt Disney Pictures. This film deserves more recognition than it already does.
The Almighty MLG (4 years ago)
Llewelyns plan was to give the money to Carla get her out of state and then he was going to go deal with Anton but his plan was backfired when spoiler alert he got killed by the cartel who were able to track him down and kill him. I honestly would of loved to see an alternate ending were Llewelyn has a shoot out with Anton again and Llewelyn dies and Anton gets arrested by the cops and sent to the electric chair. Carla gets away with the money and its a slightly happier ending than the already good ending of the movie.
The Almighty MLG (3 years ago)
What I don't understand is how he thought a mortally wounded man who was bleeding to death was going to be alive and well after being left in the desert all day and night without any medical attention.
+ttv0 Well he was doomed the moment he decided to go back to the scene with water for that Mexican. That act of humanity was 'stupider than hell' indeed. Granted the transponder might have given him away, but he was partly to blame for his own demise, not merely because he took the money, but because he tempted fate multiple times.
The Almighty MLG (3 years ago)
Llewelyn was killed by the cartel and Anton came to take the money back. Thats the unique part about Anton's character he had so many oppurtunities to take the money for himself but he wasn't fueled by greed like everyone else in the movie just the desire to get that money back to its rightful owner which was the funny part about it all. I mean he risked his life several times and killed lots of people to get the money, hell he was so relentless you would think the guy was going to get paid more money then the amount in the satchel.
WhateverItTakes (3 years ago)
@Big Boss You get it. When Chigurh asks the guy in his employers office "Do you see me?" It drives home the point. 
The Almighty MLG (3 years ago)
This movie is basically what happens if you take money from a drug deal gone to shit. Llewelyn was dead in less than 5 days because he took the money along with everyone he or Anton encountered if we ever stumble upon a scenario similiar to the movie I wouldn't even call the cops I would just leave and act like I'd never seen it. After all its best not to have any sort of involvement in shitty situations. In Llewelyns case he had never seen that much money in his life and like any other schmuck who was gazing at more money then he knew what to do with he took it. He was caught in that situation were you don't think about what would happen. Its pure ignorance anyways watch this movie if you wanna have a good idea on what will happen if you run into that type of situation.
FritzIdler (4 years ago)
You don't understand....
Anthony G. (4 years ago)
Javier Bardem's character was the most Sinister of recent memory. He nailed his role to perfection
Ron Vincent (1 year ago)
Jay G. You should see his pic out of character. You'd never guess it was him
Super.Chuck (3 years ago)
+Jay G. Javier is really like this. He wasn;t acting.
el world (4 years ago)
so utopia got inspired from this !
Giorgi Gudiashvili (4 years ago)
I just visited Metacritic and found a lot of people don't like this film. I think disliking this film is a diagnosis, a symptom of being inapt of understanding greatness. I feel sorry for those people.
theCreator (4 years ago)
It's almost as if they can't come to terms with the fact that the psychopathic mass murderer walking around the state, killing about 10 mexicans and two police officers just fucking gets away with it, without any citizen or even any fucking police officer giving two shits. The guy just walks off with a broken arm barely flinching, while the police are after him and he just manages to "get away". Real realistic.  Not to mention the sheriff who doesn't even get off his ass to catch him. If after all that you think this movie epitomizes greatness then you are just being pretentious.
john k (4 years ago)
Im an old man ( age 62)
john k (4 years ago)
@Ph0be I do say- Funny and you are right..
Ph0be (4 years ago)
No country for you
Milica grbović (4 years ago)
Modern Shakespeare alike play with his philosophy : evil has its own path, on which both guilty and innocent dies, without justice like we expect. Very complex movie, without a note of music, deliberately placed in the 80s, at the beginning of globalization and collapse of old virtues and values. Thats why such a title, beginning and last scene. Great peace of art.
+Milica grbović Beautifully put. Have you read the book?
David JR (4 years ago)
Ti napisa sastav :D
Terrible Certainty (4 years ago)
"He can't even touch me, but I can sure touch you" What does that even mean? Blah Blah Blah!
Blake Walters (4 years ago)
Javier wrecks this role. By wreck, I mean he drove a semi-truck into a pile of explosive epicness.
MadeInVolantis (4 years ago)
Truly one of the greatest films of all times and one of my personal favorites. My children and their children will surely rememeber me for that. Ha. But also being from Texas and passing through hours worth of small towns/cities like this to get to where I'm going makes me a little proud. Also when I'm roadtripping I like to pretend there is an Anton Chigurh running around like a mad man near me.
TheHorssen (4 years ago)
Hi i did a music video with a scene from this legendary movie pls just watch it's on my YT' channel PEACE
Jake Benito (4 years ago)
The characters are portrayed perfectly. 10-10
FYSSE (4 years ago)
If you don't like it, you just probably have too low IQ for these kind of movies.
Enkrateia (4 years ago)
When asked what his IQ was, Stephen Hawking said "I have no idea. People who boast about their IQ are losers"
Baron (4 years ago)
I can't even enjoy other movies after seeing this film. It has set my standards so high on how a movie should be made/directed. This will definitely rein as a cult classic film decades from now.
Benny Schwartz (3 years ago)
@theCreator You're just ignoring the fact that the police were after him throughout the film, but just too bitter and tired to do anything about the menace that is Anton who would always outsmart them anyway? And ignoring the main themes of the movie that suggest that the bad guys can win and things don't play out the way you want them to, no matter how much you think you have life figured out? You're an idiot.
kyle dominic (4 years ago)
@P8860 this won't be a cult classic it will just be a classic.
Kyle Butler (4 years ago)
@Ross Malone And judging by your posts, so are you. Very stupid actually. 
Ross Malone (4 years ago)
@sammygirl6910 they are genius's
Ross Malone (4 years ago)
@Kyle Butler I will flip out if I want, their point is stupid
Thou Art That (4 years ago)
I have an alternative ending.... Llewellyn kills the sick fuck ...that's better
Thou Art That (3 years ago)
@A Ki Llewellyn was a good guy and taking the drug money ain't shit.
WhateverItTakes (3 years ago)
+Thou Art That Llewellyn stole the money. He was dead man walking from the jump.
dubnstuf (3 years ago)
@Thou Art That You've never read so much as an internet quote from Cormac have you? Anton is real, there's no fairy tale endings in his work. Your life is as harsh and will end as poorly as his, you just aren't willing to admit the situation you're in. Though...there would be more dignity in it.
t100base (4 years ago)
@Thou Art That anton living in the end, and llewellyn being killed is what makes the movie the more better.
Ph0be (4 years ago)
Or Anton actually killing him. I felt cheated that he died to a bunch of random Mexicans :/
redscorpion crusades (4 years ago)
The fat lady is from Texas chainsaw massacre. she's creepy, And fat
MadeInVolantis (4 years ago)
Creepy, fat ...what's the difference???
Harrison R (4 years ago)
shivers down my spine every time I watch this

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