DON'T READ IF YOU HAVEN'T WATCHED - - MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS!!!
Well I finally had the chance to watch the movie No Country for Old Men, and I have to say that I was terribly disappointed in it. I'll admit that the movie was directed very well, and the actors/actresses they chose for each character was rather remarkable, but the story in itself had no point what so ever. Yes, I got the whole 'the older generation keeps getting older and the younger generation keeps trying to push them out and wont leave a place for them in the future, times are changing and the world is turning into a scary place' aspect of it all; my question is what was the flipping point if it all?! They didn't solve the crime, they didn't explain about the middle man (Lou Ellen) and the reason he was stuck in-between the good and evil of things, and they sure didn't explain why Sugar (Javier's character) was the way he was. I know drugs were involved, but they really didn't go into depth about the whole plot of the story Now don't get me wrong, I enjoyed the movie (although it was gruesome most of the time), and I was impressed with Javier Bardem's acting and the darkness he was able to portray through his character. Tommy Lee Jones on the other hand was dissapointing, and I don't see why he was nominated for an Oscar. I've seen better acting from him, and this def. wasn't his best film.