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No Country for Old Men

No Country for Old Men

There are no clean getaways.

Llewelyn Moss stumbles upon dead bodies, $2 million and a hoard of heroin in a Texas desert, but methodical killer Anton Chigurh comes looking for it, with local sheriff Ed Tom Bell hot on his trail. The roles of prey and predator blur as the violent pursuit of money and justice collide.

Release Date : 13 Jun, 2007
Duration : 2h 2m
Crime Drama Thriller
Vote Average : 7.927 Vote Count : 9,895 Popularity : 46.848

Top Billed Casting

  • Josh Brolin

    Josh Brolin

    Llewelyn Moss

    (Acting)

  • Javier Bardem

    Javier Bardem

    Anton Chigurh

    (Acting)

  • Tommy Lee Jones

    Tommy Lee Jones

    Ed Tom Bell

    (Acting)

  • Woody Harrelson

    Woody Harrelson

    Carson Wells

    (Acting)

  • Kelly Macdonald

    Kelly Macdonald

    Carla Jean Moss

    (Acting)

  • Garret Dillahunt

    Garret Dillahunt

    Wendell

    (Acting)

  • Tess Harper

    Tess Harper

    Loretta Bell

    (Acting)

  • Barry Corbin

    Barry Corbin

    Ellis

    (Acting)

  • Stephen Root

    Stephen Root

    Man who hires Wells

    (Acting)

  • Rodger Boyce

    Rodger Boyce

    El Paso Sheriff

    (Acting)

  • Beth Grant

    Beth Grant

    Carla Jean's Mother

    (Acting)

  • Ana Reeder

    Ana Reeder

    Poolside Woman

    (Acting)

  • Kit Gwin

    Kit Gwin

    Sheriff Bell's Secretary

    (Acting)

  • Zach Hopkins

    Zach Hopkins

    Strangled Deputy

    (Acting)

  • Chip Love

    Chip Love

    Man in Ford

    (Acting)

  • Eduardo Antonio Garcia

    Eduardo Antonio Garcia

    "Agua" Man

    (Acting)

  • Gene Jones

    Gene Jones

    Gas Station Proprietor

    (Acting)

  • Myk Watford

    Myk Watford

    "Managerial" Victim

    (Acting)

  • Boots Southerland

    Boots Southerland

    "Managerial" Victim

    (Acting)

  • Kathy Lamkin

    Kathy Lamkin

    Desert Aire Manager

    (Acting)

  • Johnnie Hector

    Johnnie Hector

    Cabbie at Bus Station

    (Acting)

  • Margaret Bowman

    Margaret Bowman

    Del Rio Motel Clerk

    (Acting)

  • Thomas Kopache

    Thomas Kopache

    Boot Salesman

    (Acting)

  • Jason Douglas

    Jason Douglas

    Cabbie at Motel

    (Acting)

  • Doris Hargrave

    Doris Hargrave

    Waitress

    (Acting)

  • Rutherford Cravens

    Rutherford Cravens

    Gun Store Clerk

    (Acting)

  • Matthew Posey

    Matthew Posey

    Sporting Goods Clerk

    (Acting)

  • George Adelo

    George Adelo

    Mexican in Bathtub

    (Acting)

  • Mathew Greer

    Mathew Greer

    Hitchhiking Driver

    (Acting)

  • Trent Moore

    Trent Moore

    Nervous Accountant

    (Acting)

  • Marc Miles

    Marc Miles

    Hotel Eagle Clerk

    (Acting)

  • Luce Rains

    Luce Rains

    Pickup Driver

    (Acting)

  • Philip Bentham

    Philip Bentham

    Border Bridge Youth

    (Acting)

  • Eric Reeves

    Eric Reeves

    Border Bridge Youth

    (Acting)

  • Josh Meyer

    Josh Meyer

    Border Bridge Youth

    (Acting)

  • Chris Warner

    Chris Warner

    Flatbed Driver

    (Acting)

  • Brandon Smith

    Brandon Smith

    INS Official

    (Acting)

  • Roland Uribe

    Roland Uribe

    Well Dressed Mexican

    (Acting)

  • Richard Jackson

    Richard Jackson

    Chicken Farmer

    (Acting)

  • Josh Blaylock

    Josh Blaylock

    Boy on Bike

    (Acting)

  • Caleb Landry Jones

    Caleb Landry Jones

    Boy on Bike

    (Acting)

  • Dorsey Ray

    Dorsey Ray

    Odessa Cabbie

    (Acting)

  • Angel H. Alvarado Jr.

    Angel H. Alvarado Jr.

    Norteño Band

    (Acting)

  • David A. Gomez

    David A. Gomez

    Norteño Band

    (Acting)

  • Milton Hernandez

    Milton Hernandez

    Norteño Band

    (Acting)

  • John Mancha

    John Mancha

    Norteño Band

    (Acting)

  • Scott Flick

    Scott Flick

    Cab Driver (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Albert Fry Jr.

    Albert Fry Jr.

    El Paso Deputy (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Angelo Martinez

    Angelo Martinez

    Bus Passenger (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • James Rishe

    James Rishe

    Coffee Shop Customer (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Elizabeth Slagsvol

    Elizabeth Slagsvol

    Nurse (uncredited)

    (Acting)

Status

Released


Original Language

English


Production Country

United States of America


Budget

25,000,000


Revenue

171,627,166

Reviews

A review by NETFLOWERS

Written by NETFLOWERS on 21 Oct, 2017

No Country for Old Men (2007) Another great one from the Coen Brothers 27 January 2009 - 3 out of 3 users found this review helpful. INSTANT CLASSIC.: YES, this film is as good as the critics say. YES, the performances are as good as the Academy says. NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN is one of my favorite ...

A review by Taha

Written by Taha on 14 Sep, 2019

I literally liked the Movie. Its story is outstanding and innovative. However, I wish the ending was more of action scenes than dialogues. Not to forget that Javier Barden's acting is breathtaking and marvelous. His smile 4:49 is petrifying!...

A review by John Chard

Written by John Chard on 25 Apr, 2020

I always figured when I got older, God would sorta come inta my life somehow. And he didn't. I don't blame him. If I was him I would have the same opinion of me that he does. No Country for Old Men is directed by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen, and the Coen's adapt the screenplay from Cormac McCarthy'...

A review by Peter McGinn

Written by Peter McGinn on 27 Sep, 2020

I watched this for the first time with a few friends as part of an ongoing movie night we shared. I think it was the most violent film we watched together. The plot is taut and somewhat riveting, with great dialogue and acting. At the same time, for me, it seemed rather bleak. I gradually had the s...

A review by r96sk

Written by r96sk on 13 Jul, 2022

I can't say I view this one positively. I clearly don't get it, which I'm fine with. I'm all for films that don't play it so straight that it's predictable, but at the same time I'm rarely a fan of films that are so full of themselves to end in such a derisory way. Listen, that's probably harsh a...