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No Country for Old Men - Hotel Scene

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One unlucky Caucasian and one badass motherfucker with his shotgun.
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SUPER GANG (18 hours ago)
Now see this dude was crazy but not like the ledger joker crazy this was a great villain
Samuel Garcia (1 day ago)
Why did he claim himself as a trader? I thought was hitman
ShreddingBlood (1 day ago)
0:32 OH GOD NO
nana kala (4 days ago)
The gun scared the shit outta me.
daniel seddon (4 days ago)
A no look silenced shotgun blast. That might be unique!
LokiRudder (5 days ago)
sandesh baghmar (5 days ago)
All Josh Brolin had to do in this movie was to snap his fingers
White Peter (5 days ago)
There's no significance of when he's going to shoot. Truly an absolute madman to be feared.
DANI 80 (8 days ago)
Mierda ingles
Sugar Jets (8 days ago)
Utterly over-rated movie. Nothing virtuous, positive, heroic or uplifting about it. Any of it. My guess it was actually an experiment to learn just how dysfunctional a society becomes when it finds this sort of movie entertaining. Reminds me of how popular "The Walking Dead" became, and how viewers of that garbage actually volunteered themselves for PTSD.
CoolClipsable (10 days ago)
So why did Chigurh have to kill Carson anyway? Aren't they both working under the same boss?
steel fashion (11 days ago)
the ringing let me down
Stephen Catrett (11 days ago)
Woody Harrelson is always a pleasure
Fight ForFreedom2019 (13 days ago)
"that's the best deal you're going to get"
Zech Foster (14 days ago)
Lessons not learned or taught sincere are...
Hau Tak Leighton Tam (20 days ago)
Another detail you might not have noticed about this scene; Chigurh shoots Wells with the FOURTH ring of the telephone. Four is a number culturally associated with death and doom; it is homophonic with 'death' in East Asian languages, and features in Christian theology in the Four Horsemen and the Four Last Things of man.
Feels Man (13 days ago)
Oooh. Nice observation.
Jons Silva (20 days ago)
Do you have any idea how crazy you are? 😂😂😂 lol
Superheroes Cut (21 days ago)
0:09 to 0:29 one of the badass scenes ever in the cinematic universe.
Superheroes Cut (21 days ago)
0:09 to 0:29 one of the badass scenes ever in the cinematic universe.
Abe Mccluskey (23 days ago)
Omar coming yo!
Chigurh actually looked mildly stunned after that veteran said he's coming for him instead
Nitronic99 (23 days ago)
I hadn't noticed before but Woody had a chance to kill him on the stairway. He had higher ground and probably had a blade handy... Chigurh was not pointing the shot gun at him at that point.
You go to hell! *Hmm! Allright!*
Zaman Yolcusu (29 days ago)
I have never unterstood one detail in this film. Who was the behind of Anton ? If he was alone, how could he know everything and where did you find the money for this serial murders ?
nkt1 (17 days ago)
He was employed by Stephen Root's character to retrieve the cash.
Shane McNelis (1 month ago)
No wonder Anton wanted to kill Lewellyn. Did you see how he rudely hung up on Anton when they were having a civil discussion?
rubendran jeevanantham (1 month ago)
Salazar vs Carnage !!
Real Displaced (1 month ago)
I just finished reading the novel. I saw the movie first. It was good. But it could night deliver like the book. Especially this scene. Woody Harrelson was great in this role, but the terror Carson Wells felt in the novel was intense! The conversation was longer and the death was poetic.
Roger Seebald (1 month ago)
He should have ran away right away
Ben Hoagland (1 month ago)
"Hello Carson. Let's go to your room"
Exceptional Dude (1 month ago)
“Not in the sense that you mean” damn thats some dark humor if you ask me
KageTrauma (1 month ago)
3:11-3:16 I love the little things like this in movies...
thomas johnson (1 month ago)
Anton sighed in annoyance when he asked the stupid question "what are you going up there for?" when he knew full well that Anton meant he was going wherever she was. Anton really hates useless questions.
My favorite scene, "We may go way back but it does not we are boys."
Joel Toyen-Fuentes (1 month ago)
Is it me or could Carson have just kicked Chigurh down the stairs easily at one point?
Zachary Delano (1 month ago)
0:29-0:42 When he interviews you before you propose to his daughter.
Feels Man (13 days ago)
Good one
Superleb (1 month ago)
Anton sounds like Benjamin Netanyahu.
Brian Colwill (1 month ago)
He's the only guy that ever even got so much as near close. He held his own with the mystery assasian and gave him back as bad as he gave. For the first time, ever...
Thorsten Pilz (1 month ago)
I'd like to know how many people have noticed the dust falling out of the lamp when Anton fires his weapon. I mean how weird is that? Have they really fired a shotgun in that room? And prepared the lamp with dust? Must be! This ain't no coincedence....No wonder this is one badass movie.
cookie fox (1 month ago)
Love Media (2 months ago)
I would to see Anton Chirgurh go up against Chris Partlow from The Wire
Omar Rochet (2 months ago)
Top 5 anime bosses.
jblackmel (2 months ago)
"...an ATM."
Mr Logical (2 months ago)
*I can watch this clip 25 times in a row* ......... But *every single time* that damn phone rings it *SCARES THE SHIT OUT OF ME.*
Menilik the 3rd Anbesaw (2 months ago)
Guy knows ATM? lol
Catherine Ragland (2 months ago)
Hitman give his word in deal . Moss bring da $ 💼 n place it at the hitman killer feet ,and your wife live forever and hitman give his word again or i will give you my word that will send wild goons at your hotel front door and still wait to kill your wife i give u my word.
Scott Brown (2 months ago)
It was at this moment.. walking up those stairs. He knew..he fucked up.
I love how Anton barely blinks while talking to Carson, it makes him look that much more threatening
xabun (2 months ago)
180 people lost the coin toss
BGB IG (2 months ago)
3:58 I love how he just casually places his feet on the bed to avoid the blood trail on the ground.
Suphang Ko (2 months ago)
They are all old men in this film ,why nol
Ahmed H (2 months ago)
Makes u wonder if she survived.......
Juanga 97 (2 months ago)
I don't understand why Anton killes Carson and why he did not defend himself and let he shot him
Kotal Kahn (2 months ago)
That phone would've killed Carson anyways. Loud is an understatement.🙉
Mandy Karevicius (2 months ago)
Hello Carson... *Raises shotgun* ...You just fucked up.
Ronnie Bishop (2 months ago)
Carson was not prepared and he seemed to know Anton very well and still walks around with no gun no backup no nothing. That doesn't make a lick of sense.
Sayantan Guha (2 months ago)
A great thing about this movie how less and less visible the killings become as the movie progresses. The first murder is prolonged and horrifying: Anton strangling the cop for several minutes, with a deadly, manic look, as the audience is forced to watch the poor cop struggle, but to no avail. The next murder is that of the guy whose car Anton takes. It is a swift, painless death. We, as an audience, see it happen, but it is not as horrifying as the cop's death. When Woody Harrelson dies, we do not even get to see the bullet strike him. We do see Anton shoot him, but the actual corpse is not even shown. And, by the time the movie ends, we are not even shown the killing (of Josh Brolin's wife) at all. I think it is a means by which the audience is desensitized towards the act of killing. It was horrible and scary and gruesome at the beginning, but by the end, it is not even worthy of being shown on-screen
Ronnie Bishop (2 months ago)
Sayantan Guha Iy still doesn't make sense. Because this character is all over the place to the point of boring now and at the middle and especially at the ending of the picture violence is all they have left . But you're right on with your observation and the progression was intentional. These two people don't do anything by accident. You must have watched it several times. I'm not saying the picture gets boring just the character because he doesn't leave wanting more of him but no more of him. I think they should have allowed just a little relief to his outcome or even who in the world he really was.
Arkalius80 (2 months ago)
That's a fascinating observation. I wonder if it's intentional on the part of the screenwriters... I'd like to think it is.
bellmeisterful (2 months ago)
I wouldnt just sit there Id try to surprise him and get out
Very cool film, very good adaptation and cool actors: Josh, Tommy, Woodey and especially Xavier. Anton is really cool villain, like Terminator, but he’s a human... Very impressive... I’m happy that he got his Oscar. This film shows that there’s no country for old men. Everything changes too fast. Thanks to Coen Brothers for this film. And these scene is also great: - You don’t have any idea how crazy you are. - You mean the nature of this conversation? - I mean the nature of you. You can have the money... Anton.
Man Bites Dog (2 months ago)
Will ya take a gander at that can on the end of the shotgun!
Otávio Silva (2 months ago)
"You should admit your situation"
Migueberg P (2 months ago)
- Go to hell. - Hmmm. Alright.
Benjamin Bradford (2 months ago)
What scares me about Anton is that he blames HIS VICTIMS for getting killed by encountering him, all because he just CANNOT resist his killing impulse and won't see that
Passive Wealth (2 months ago)
Anton is the kind of bad guy where every time he's on screen the temperature in the room drops 10 degrees
Crswlm (2 months ago)
Carson should have had the Toughness perk equipped. Then he wouldnt have flinched as much when Anton shot him.
찬재이 (2 months ago)
carnage was died
Richie Aprile (2 months ago)
Love how Anton was surprised that he got hung up on. He looks over at Wells and is just like "well shit, you were right old bean"
Mr 500000001yearz (2 months ago)
Carson should of never went to his room...💀💀💀🔫🔫
Cory A. Stuart (3 months ago)
Chigurh was insulted when Carson suggested an ATM. It's not about money. He can't be bought.
Luis Bustamante (3 months ago)
The book's scene is way better, Carson holds up his hands like to cover himself and then half his head and hand gets blown away
John R (3 months ago)
"if the rule you followed brought you to this.. of what use was the rule" This ends up causing Anton to be shaken to the core himself. When he's in a random car accident. He is just as prone to fate as all the people he judges. and God doesn't care what his rules are either. He likes to think of himself as the agent of death, but even he isn't immune from chance.
Tasha Komaroff (3 months ago)
At 2:40, that smile after the phone rings. Chilling.
DABAT UL ARD!!!!!! (3 months ago)
Magic Man (3 months ago)
Anton has the coolest haircut
joeblondiemanco89 (3 months ago)
Joseph565112 (3 months ago)
Crossing the two hour threshold of listening to the gf complain on the phone. She asks, "are you there?" I reply, "not in the sense that you mean"
Adarsh Hota (3 months ago)
Joker,Anton, Hannibal Lector Well you are dead
zakaria600 (3 months ago)
DEATH BATTLE : Bryan Mills vs Anton Chigurh WHO WOULD WIN?!
SunriseFestival (3 months ago)
And you know what's gonna happen now Carson.
tyson66331 (4 months ago)
Can we all agree that Woody Harrellson was excellent, too? He doen't get much recognition for this role. I thought he great!
5thBeatIe (4 months ago)
I love how he sarcastically gives Carson hope with that shit-eating grin.
The original MRjguill (4 months ago)
"Let me ask you something Thanos. If the rule you followed brought you to the infinity stones....and you lost them to me....of what use was the rule? "
Damian Bruce (4 months ago)
The scene where the phone rings is brilliant. The little smile on Anton's face. Why? Because, Carson flinched. Carson was trying to bluff Anton, trying to show him that he wasn't scared. But then the phone rang and Carson thought it was the gun and his bluff fell away and his terror was apparent. And so Anton shot him because really that's all he wanted from him. He didn't want money or information. He just wanted his fear.
Maarten (1 month ago)
brilliant !
John Mazzoni (4 months ago)
The most disturbing thing about Anton is he didn’t care about the money or who he killed. He killed people that were from his own cartel. His purpose was to get the money but it was almost like an afterthought
1 Bad Jesus (4 months ago)
RHETORICAL ? FOR DISCUSSION: 🚫🇱🇷4👴 =PERFECT film!..does ANYONE THINK IN THIS SCENE Chigurh woulda let Carson LIVE (at least until he received satchel) had Lewl NOT called then? Reason I ask because at one point Carson figures "this is it"...man's up..tells Chigurh "go to hell" AND that he's "crazy" BUT..Chigurh DOESN'T pull trigger then Carson assumes perhaps Chigurh is "weighing his words" so AGAIN Carson says he will take him to satchel hoping to sway him..THEN phone rings ☎️ .. andvChigurh's expression is one of validation thus sealing Carson's fate. PERSONALLY I'm on fence but lean 51% he woulda blown him away anyway...still...this scenario did occur to me an thought I'd put it out there; food for thought 🖖
1 Bad Jesus (4 months ago)
2 ACTIONS IN THIS SCENE I'LL NEVER FORGET: 1. 1:24 Carson scratchin his eye (tho' it WASN'T itching) 2. Chigurh"s TEAR (for Carson)
Iban R (4 months ago)
That sound Carson makes when shot!
WireHanga (4 months ago)
2:50 the director has the lightning and tension in this scene down to perfection. Love how the weapon is highlighted
Stevie G (4 months ago)
Carson should've lunged at Anton on the stairs. He would've at least stood a chance.
RICHxROCKER (4 months ago)
Anton vs Mike Ehrmantraut, who's win?
RICHxROCKER (4 months ago)
Mike will be win, Mike such a resourceful, methodical, not insane, effective and ruthless person. The distortion in Anton's mind will prevent him to see things more clearly, Anton will be win if he can caught Mike by suprize
Tone Riggz (4 months ago)
Anton gets by on sheer force and will but he's not the Terminator. Moss hurt him, he was injured in the car accident. Mike is more about planning things out. I don't think Mike would go up against Anton unless it was absolutely business related. I think Mike would have found the money tracker sooner and he would have laid out a trap to kill Anton. I think because of his intuition and planning, he might be able to get the drop on Anton. I don't know how Mike would fare against the cartel and Anton though. He would need help from Gus in that case.
ScottyRules33 (4 months ago)
I love the expression on his face when he says *an ATM.*
TheOnePistol (4 months ago)
I thought this was going to lead to an epic showdown between them two, but no. The entire movie was amazing up until the ending.
Louis P. (4 months ago)
I’ve always been convinced that was his time to escape, when walking up the stairs. He had the shotgun pointed down and he could’ve easily pulled his own gun or jumped off the top of the stairs towards him. He missed his chance to live based on stupidity and fear
Zachary Rodriguez (4 months ago)
I’d rather have Michael Myers chase after me than Anton Chigurh
hippiecheezburger (4 months ago)
This is totally chilling
Karl Marx (5 months ago)
why does that idiot not have a gun with him
FlexibleAtheist 696 (5 months ago)
Woody Harrelson is very likeable actor.
demonfox13 (5 months ago)
You know i notice on the 3rd time watching this movie that when carson tells him he is crazy. It strucks something in anton. When he picks up the phone and if you pay attention to his eyes they are watering and a tear run down. You cant see it here but in the movie you can. Unless is because he is in pain cause of the shotgun shot he took to the leg.
Hello Newman (5 months ago)
0:53 ATM? In 1980?
SOVRN ONE (5 months ago)
Those boots are Anton's hoofs
beyondfirstclass (5 months ago)
Had a chance to dive on him in the stairs. Would have most likely saved his life. Find your moment and take it.

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