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A crooked businessman brings in Carson (Woody Harrelson) to help track Anton and the money. In this scene: Carson (Woody Harrelson) About No Country for Old Men When a man stumbles on a bloody crime scene, a pickup truck loaded with heroin and two million dollars in cash, his decision to take the money sets off an unstoppable chain reaction of violence. As an enigmatic killer who determines the fate of his victims with the flip of a coin sets out in pursuit of Moss, the disillusioned Sheriff Bell struggles to contain the rapidly escalating violence that seems to be consuming his once-peaceful Lone Star State town. Starring, in alphabetical order: Javier Bardem, Josh Brolin, Woody Harrelson, Tommy Lee Jones, Kelly MacDonald About Miramax: Miramax is a global film and television studio best known for its highly acclaimed, original content. Connect with Miramax Online: Subscribe to Miramax on YOUTUBE: https://goo.gl/h47JXQ Follow Miramax on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/miramax Follow Miramax on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/miramax/ Follow Miramax on PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/Miramax/ Follow Miramax on TUMBLR: http://miramax.tumblr.com/ Visit Miramax on our WEBSITE: https://www.miramax.com/ No Country for Old Men | 'Loose Cannon' (HD) - Woody Harrelson | MIRAMAX http://www.youtube.com/Miramax
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Samuel Garcia (1 day ago)
Terrible hitman lol
Scott Lang (1 day ago)
I stayed at the Embassy Suites in Frisco, TX and the elevator skips on button 13.
billthestinker (1 day ago)
Anton is gay and angry at the world
grosso moddo (1 day ago)
so true, older building have the "13" one missing LOL ahh culture !
last unctives (3 days ago)
Totally forgot the great Woody was in this .
Master Chief 00117 (3 days ago)
His first mistake.. Chigurh was no psychopath. The guy had a high IQ and seen life as nothing more then randomness... Hence the coin flipping.....
bigkiwial (5 days ago)
Tell you what, this movie was fukin awsome!
Mike Hunt (5 days ago)
Woody Harrelson could be cast in a role of the president, fuck around and get elected fr, and then lead this country to never before seen progress just for shits n giggles as a satire piece on method
John-Paul Nagel (5 days ago)
Sized Him up then Forgot to watch His Back
mikedabs (6 days ago)
The Bill-Dozer!
Kawerau Woods (7 days ago)
The dialogue is interesting at the end.  Carson is methodical and detailed enough to notice a triviality such as incorrect floor numbering but sloppy enough to forget to pay his parking ticket.
Anon in USA (9 days ago)
Woody Harrelson was a terrible casting choice for that character. They should have found a super-fit badass looking military guy, very smart and experienced. then when Chigurh killed him it would have more weight. this is the only flaw in an almost perfect movie. Woody did his best but he just wasn't the right guy.
Craig H (9 days ago)
Some older buildings don't label the 13th floor.
Matt Sharpe (28 days ago)
I can’t believe that’s the same “Red Stapler” guy from Office Space!!!
Raymonf Rose (1 month ago)
The actor talking to Woody was really good in a movie called Sweetwater. A really clever Western with Ed Harris.
dynodonfb7 (1 month ago)
I like to think that Woddy channeled his father for this role. Do some research into who his father was. You come up with everything from a mob hitman to a CIA asset that did wet work under contract. Hell, he was even in Dallas the day Kennedy was killed. Woody wouldn't have to look very far for material for this role. Love this character, to bad he was killed so early.
jingle bells (1 month ago)
Good memories are good
Samuel Hutchison (1 month ago)
Just a great actor no more said...
Ronnie Bishop (1 month ago)
Samuel Hutchison His daddy was more like Anton they say. Even shot at Kennedy!
D. J. (1 month ago)
Love how smug these two douchbags were until, Anton showed up.
hey hun (1 month ago)
It's my birthday
OldYe Chap (2 months ago)
This guy is a failure of a hitman if he knew anton as much as he said he did then the gross underestimation wouldn't have happened the guy obviously fucked up when tracking anton an expected move send another hitman to kill anton but being so cocky as to think anton wouldn't kill him an idiot mistake
Fabrício (2 months ago)
Who was this guys exatcly? When he says "we can stop this" who does he works for?
Ronnie Bishop (1 month ago)
Fabrício I'd say a mercenary, part of an army for hire. Kind of like what a bunch of liberals and news organizations are about to face. Lol
harizotoh7 (1 month ago)
Freelance ex-military guy hired to track down Anton and the money by the American drug deal financers.
Ernie Mannebach (2 months ago)
What did he mean by there’s one missing can someone explain?
Ronnie Bishop (1 month ago)
harizotoh7 Well I thought that they didn't have floor 13 because of superstitions by some people. They even asked us about black cats etc in the military indoctrination.
harizotoh7 (1 month ago)
The business is financing drug deals with the Mexican cartel. They have an unmarked floor that can't be normally accessed. It's where they do sketchy things they want to keep hidden, like store drugs, or run their drug business. The rest of the business is the front.
dellpiero (2 months ago)
colossal goat fuck  , best movie line
Jake Rivas (3 months ago)
When Carson says that the building was missing a floor it's obvious he's making a mistake. He was not counting the mezzanine!
baibolsun junusov (3 months ago)
No matter what anyone says, I never saw Anton as this angel of death nonsense that people like to throw around. To be fair, Anton just strikes me as a guy who doesn't like people that beat around the bush and make obvious dumb moves. Obviously really liked the ending to, it was nice to see Anton walking away in the end, not everything gets resolved with a pink bow on top.
Hank R. Hill (3 months ago)
I like how cocky he is then just gets killed so easily
cary bary (3 months ago)
Hotels were a harbour of doom in NCFOM. Carson wells shouldn’t have stepped in one.
Coach Patrick (3 months ago)
Most buildings don't count the 13th floor
Lieutenant Prick (4 months ago)
"We're out a bunch of money and the other party is out his product. My stapler is also missing."
KM MINING (4 months ago)
The missing floor reference was straight out of Twin Peaks.
The Powerman (4 months ago)
Paul Watterson (4 months ago)
Counted the number of floors from the street and there is one missin we will look into it
sküll düggery (4 months ago)
it's because elevator designers are superstitious and why many buildings do not contain a 13th floor.
Paul Watterson (4 months ago)
Will look into it!
Esteban ambriz (4 months ago)
Enough money and effort to put in a hard to reach floor, but cant seem to have a lowsy security staff to guard the entrace from Anton........
KutWrite (4 months ago)
Funny, yet ominous scene.
Happy Schizophrenic (4 months ago)
The unmarked floor is them. They are CIA, which is why it would be ridiculous to valet his parking. What business will it say on the stamp, CIA Assassinations Department Texas Bureau?
Dan (4 months ago)
Some fun facts: Charles Harrelson, Woods Harrelson’s estranged father, was a contract killer and was convicted for killing a federal judge in Texas in 1979. So in a sense, it’s almost like Harrelson is playing his own father in this film
HLGCeltic24 (4 months ago)
Is that the guy from dodgeball???
Tony Cruciani (4 months ago)
It is. Stephen Root. Also famous from Office Space.
James Miller (5 months ago)
Hadn't heard of Havier Bardem before this movie and haven't heard from him since. He was great in this film though no doubt. He chokes on M&M's though.
Aram Fingal (3 months ago)
He's the villain in Skyfall
FERMINDAL (3 months ago)
Its javier
Comrade Stalin (5 months ago)
Always love Woody H. He should've been played Brolin's role.
Martin Lazo (5 months ago)
Carson is law enforcement's version of Chigur. Just not as good.
jamie211983 (5 months ago)
"Do you have any idea how crazy you are"
James Pitts (5 months ago)
Showed his Cards (weak) when he showed a Lack of Humility and Grace. He is too cock sure of himself and it brings back memories of US Army 9th Infantry Division - Ranger Group - Vietnam and those who thought this way were usually the ones dead within one month. Sadly. The toughest, bravest guys. Just a bit too sure of themselves and LOST THEIR EDGE! As Carson just did......He will pay the ULTIMTE PRICE. A Psychopath will be staring him down with a nasty looking rifle. Traumatizing him quite badly as he takes his last breaths on this earth.....It makes the blood chill.
BJB (5 months ago)
lol woody
James SOLDIER Austin (5 months ago)
Sugar is good for you, consume a gallon a day and you will live forever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Nucky Mancini (5 months ago)
Dat bubonic plague Tho
Ronnie Bishop (5 months ago)
For a man that didn't go healed Carson ran his mouth kind of wreck less. Hahahaha. I guess he thought he didn't need to go healed to get the bulge on a tub like Anton?
bLaCjAcK Daniels (5 months ago)
What does He mean by a floor is missing
harizotoh7 (1 month ago)
This business is mixed up with the drug racket, and they have an unlabeled floor in the building. That floor is where they do sketchy drug things.
Ronnie Bishop (4 months ago)
kaushik mishra They didn't have 13th floor.
kaushik mishra (4 months ago)
Maybe it's hidden floor so that others can't locate where his office is. Maybe.
bLaCjAcK Daniels (5 months ago)
Ronnie Bishop Yeah that's true. I lived in a building where they didn't acknowledge the 13th floor they had 12 and 14 Lol. I guess you're right. Good call. I just thought there was more to it than that. Was it to show how meticulous and detailed Wells was and yet still got ousted by Chigur?
Ronnie Bishop (5 months ago)
bLaCjAcK Daniels Superstitious. People never build buildings with 13 in the numbers.
KB1523 (6 months ago)
I went up a few buildings in New York, looking for the 13th floor which I never found.
MAKE IT (6 months ago)
Pablo Ramirez (6 months ago)
Lol bad ass film
King Alfreds Shieldwall (6 months ago)
Wooden acting, crap dialogue. Very poor film.
GOOD 1980 (4 months ago)
Vindix007 (6 months ago)
A rare "western movie", where the bad guy wins in the end.
Curt Christensen (7 months ago)
"did I ask you to SIT?" "no, sir, but you struck me as the kind of man who wouldn't want to waste a chair". .....classic
deecheezy (7 months ago)
Nice upgrade from storage room B
Evan Klerner (7 months ago)
i love reading the comments for this movie to see what everyone thinks each line's hidden verbiage meant.
baret gibot (7 months ago)
He is a psychopathic killer
Carp Studio's (7 months ago)
Would somebody please tell me what the last two lines shown here meant to the story?
Sammuel Parris (1 month ago)
Carp Studio's he's saying the elevator says one thing but he counted the floors from outside and knows theirs a floor you can't get to from the elevator
King David (5 months ago)
You have to watch Tommy Lee Jones' monolauge again.
Ronnie Bishop (6 months ago)
Carp Studio's It's not just a bunch of Mexicans I know that? And Carson is military intelligence assassin. And Shugar must have once been that too. And now Shugar has decided he just likes to kill and has gone even crazier than when they hired him. Which seems to be impossible.
Carp Studio's (6 months ago)
Thomas Paine I gave your comment a mowing over, (thanks by the way) and I can't think of anything better. Good job!
Thomas Paine (7 months ago)
Just emphasizing how shady the "business" organization here is. A missing floor that the cops can't get to easily, I assume. They say CIA ? I thought it was the modern mob, but they wouldn't be so refined I guess.
ese.hombre (7 months ago)
@ 2:00 "I counted the floors to this building. There's one missing." Not rocket science. Buildings don't count the 13th floor. It's superstition.
NickBroke (8 months ago)
wll1500 (8 months ago)
Yes sir, I know him every H-Witch way
Panagiotis Dedes (8 months ago)
Woody always delivers
J Shepard (8 months ago)
"We'll look into it"
obbzerver (8 months ago)
I..I was told you could catch Anton Chigurh...
Shawn Macdonald (9 months ago)
No matter what anyone says, I never saw Anton as this angel of death nonsense that people like to throw around. To be fair, Anton just strikes me as a guy who doesn't like people that beat around the bush and make obvious dumb moves. Obviously really liked the ending to, it was nice to see Anton walking away in the end, not everything gets resolved with a pink bow on top.
David Lean (4 days ago)
You're sort of on the right track...he writes characters that THINK they are invincible, but are just men at the end of the day. I watched a lecture on the book from Yale (search on YT for Yale, DR Amy Hungerford). She mentions the grandiosity Mc Carthy's lead characters portray. In NCFOM, Chighur talks as if he is a force of nature, but he gets hurt through the story and 'can't see what's coming' when he gets hit by the car towards the end of the story. To take another line from Sailing to Byzantium, Anton, despite his postulating otherwise, is 'not young, not renewable, but man'. +victoryoneable
victoryoneable (4 days ago)
Cormac Macarthy likes to use invincible killers in his novels. Similar character in Blood Moon.
David Lean (1 month ago)
That is one of the interesting themes in the movie. Anton is man, pure and simple. This is why the film so carefully shows us him tending to his wounds and getting smashed up in a car crash...by something he 'didn't see coming'. He thinks he is super human however. When you think of Anton as some sort of anti Sheriff Bell, it makes a little more sense. Bell imagines the world to be fair and governable, so long as you adhere to 'the law' ie a code. He learns otherwise however. The difference between him and Anton is once Anton walks away from his crash, we don't get to see Anton have second thoughts about his way of seeing the world. As he asks Carson Wells, 'if the rule that you followed brought you to this, then of what use was the rule?' We never get to see Anton ponder that question, we just see him walk away.
Larrikins54 (5 months ago)
He is a psychopathic creep - people like him need to be put to the sword as quickly as possible by any means available. Apply his principles reciprocally to eliminate a problem. What is 'nice' about someone like that.
Curt Christensen (9 months ago)
harrelson is clearly not even in the same league as bardem. obviously
Curt Christensen (7 months ago)
Ronnie Bishop I meant if this was real
Ronnie Bishop (7 months ago)
Curt Christensen He is acting wise or the Coens wouldn't have cast him.
The Roo (9 months ago)
Compared to hwhat? Bubonic plague? He's bad enough you called me, he's a psychopathic killer, but so what! Plenty of them around
Saz Stellar (6 days ago)
well done
Nx Doyle (9 months ago)
Stephen Root is one of those actors, constantly working, but suffers, so to speak, from the 'know the face, not the name' thing. But he always turns in fantastic performances, whether it's a thumbnail in a Coen Brothers movie, a guest role on Seinfeld or anything else you care to name. It would be nice if filmmakers, Coens or otherwise, decided to write a script with Stephen in mind for the central role.
marzzz1 (4 months ago)
He also played the blind radio station owner in "Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?" One of the great character actors of our time...
J Shepard (7 months ago)
Office Space was derived from Mike Judge's "Milton" short films. Though the character turned into a supporting role for Office Space, Milton was still a central character the film, played by Root.
John Smith (9 months ago)
One of the stupidest most aggravating movies ever made! Thumbs down!
Ronnie Bishop (6 months ago)
John Smith Why? Share please!
socallawrence (9 months ago)
Why is being rude to him ?
jimmy goody (9 months ago)
I know him every hawhich way
covecandraw (9 months ago)
So good.
Wayne Clark (9 months ago)
Jokers got killed
Strange exchange
KutWrite (9 months ago)
Several have said Harrelson's character served no purpose. SPOILER: I disagree: I think he helps build up Chigurrh's (what a name!) evil and power. Woody's capable and confident killer, who KNOWS Chigurrh, Yet he easily bests Woody. Did everyone know that Woody's real-life dad is a convicted hit man? Life sentence, I believe in San Antonio. There's a lot of evidence he had something to do with the JFK assassination, including at least one photo. He was one of the "tramps" found at the overpass who were let go by the FBI and all traces of their interviews destroyed.
Preacher Gannondorf (4 days ago)
Seeing as how the mob clipped JFK n his dad was a hitman for the mob it doesn't surprise me at all, his dad also sniped a judge while he was pulling out of his garage, think tht was the hit that got him caught.
вава ывыв (5 months ago)
That's insane! Woody turned out to be a cool dude tho.
Thomas Paine (7 months ago)
Yes, I just read the Wiki page on his Dad, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Harrelson Very interesting, apparently a professional hit man who died in 2007 from a heart attack !
rogerdat45 (9 months ago)
shakur as in tupac shukar?
The Crimson fucker (7 months ago)
rogerdat45 *chigurh. As in Anton chigurh
Michael Pipkin (9 months ago)
Can you help me move my desk all the way back? Then Ill validate your ticket.
Swiatek702 (9 months ago)
TheSeeker008 (11 months ago)
My favourite scene
David Reed (11 months ago)
every hehwich way
SailfishSoundSystem (1 year ago)
Strychnine in the guacamole.
Malcolm Bojangles (1 year ago)
"You struck me as a man who wouldn't want to waste a red stapler."
nikiyen6 (1 year ago)
This guy was so confident and then was just killed.
Jarl Borg (6 days ago)
+steel fashion They always say that...."You don't have to do this".
harizotoh7 (1 month ago)
They should have sent a hit squad against Anton. Like 4 guys.
steel fashion (1 month ago)
you don't have to do this .I'm....a day trader,I can just go home.
meatwad74 (1 month ago)
I know. ‘sugar’ just walked up to him casually in the hotel lobby. he should have been on the lookout all the time
Gooper Loper (3 months ago)
Style vs substance
Neil Murphy Miguel (1 year ago)
It's really annoying that even Miramax crops the original aspect ratio to 16:9. Please respect the original 2,35:1 aspect ratio.
Thomas Paine (7 months ago)
Wasn't NTSC 60 Hz interleaved = 4:3 ? Leave it to Beaver !
J Shepard (8 months ago)
How about 4:3? Anyone?
Daniel Ramírez (9 months ago)
Neil Murphy the 2,35:1 misses some information at the top and bottom of the screen, so is a crop. 16:9 shows more top and bottom image.
WeirdCityCitizen (1 year ago)
goat luvr (1 year ago)
collosal goat fuck
Michael Uhlir (5 months ago)
I'm naming my progressive/hard rock band that.
Thomas Paine (7 months ago)
In the desert. They way I describe many jobs....
Thomas Paine (1 year ago)
Crooked businessman? The Mob more likely ? A hidden floor with God knows what on it ?
Alfo Media (1 year ago)
Video essay about movie villains on my channel!
Captain America (1 year ago)
Stiglr (4 months ago)
Damn, man. Get a DVD for $5 from Amazon. Or just watch it for no additional fee if you have Netflix.
Thomas Paine (7 months ago)
God bless Pirate Bay!
Panagiotis Dedes (8 months ago)
Ted Crilly (1 year ago)
I always took the missing floor to be a reference to money laundering. Overstate building costs, pay less tax. Only way you can hide such a big visible lie is if you're in bed with local authorities. So Carsons saying 'by the way I know about the game you guys have going on, anything happens to me that gets leaked'.
Nano Violence (5 months ago)
aka they are doing some shady shit and carson is threatening him
The Crimson fucker (7 months ago)
Jim Bob He means that the floor number 13 isn’t labeled on the elevator
Jim Bob (1 year ago)
I dont get why he thinks theres a floor missing? Is the building on like 32nd street and theres only 31 floors?
Karl Marx (1 year ago)
6 people have no idea about that colossal GOATFUCK out in the desert
lin2k4 (1 year ago)
His character deserved more screen time
Scott Leoski (3 months ago)
Julian Peterson (1 year ago)
Stephen Root's character is totally CIA. This was in the 80s when the CIA was running the Iran contra deal, giving cash and arms to Latin American drug lords. Chigurh and Carson were contractors that the CIA hires to do jobs like this.
harizotoh7 (1 month ago)
Nah. he's some kind of businessman or day trader and they're laundering drug money.
D. J. (1 month ago)
Anton was a combat medic somewhere as was showcased in the scene where he treated his own wound. I'd love to know the back story. Probably trained at the School of the Americas.
Happy Schizophrenic (4 months ago)
Julian Peterson Woody's father in real life was one of the killers hired by the CIA to be dressed as hobos in Dealey Plaza as plan B in case the 1st plot failed.
gaguy1967 (7 months ago)
no it wasnt. this is 1980, well before iran-contra
El_Piter33 (9 months ago)
Only reason why he would be in contact with ex-special forces that served in Vietnam and drug cartels.
George Hamilton (1 year ago)
He was presented as such a capable character, but he ended up getting killed in his first encounter with Anton in the movie.
Thomas Paine (7 months ago)
Woody DID spot the suitcase ! He was a smart cookie.
Morning Glory (1 year ago)
Something about that guy and the desk leads me to believe he likes staplers
steve Fowler (1 year ago)
Luv the cowboy cut suits in this scene...well Woodies anyway, that's a nice one. My first job out of Engineering college in '85 was a 10 month contract TDY in Houston...they were quite popular back then too.
Dorsey m (1 year ago)
steve Fowler petroleum ?
Fred Bill (1 year ago)
Can someone tell me what city that is in the backdrop?
Johnwaynelsd25 (6 months ago)
Filming says Albuquerque and sante fe, and that’s definitely not Santa Fe so I’m guessing Albuquerque , America’s stinky butthole.
J Shepard (7 months ago)
Apparently not.
john rossi (7 months ago)
Carolina Indiann (1 year ago)
Ralph Arvizu (1 year ago)
No sir , but you struck me as a man who wouldn't wanna waste a chair!!! Lmao

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