This is an extended sequence. Im not saying its horrible but I will say I don’t think it deserves the ratings it is getting. He’s gone through so much that it comes out completely in his voice and eyes, sorrowful but holding back, and he reaches a level of connection with the character that makes the Fugitive look like simpleton TV. There are a few interpretations to Bardem’s character Anton that could be taken, but one thing is certain- he’s less a symbol than a real presence, a “ghost” as Jones’s sheriff calls him that can come around at the drop of a pin, usually in the dark, and strike the utmost fear or confusion if you’re a clerk in the hearts of men and women. In fact the first half is very good, suspenseful.. The only cop who seems to be on his trail is an aging small town sheriff played by Tommy Lee Jones who doesn’t actually try to catch him but just passing amiably through life making philosophical reflections on evil. The film’s boosters insist that the movie offers three deep and shocking lessons: The story concerns an average Joe out hunting one day in Texas who comes across a bunch of dead bodies, heroin, and a satchel with 2 million in cash.
There are moments, almost asides from the main plot, that would be superfluous in most scripts and excised in most studio films but which work perfectly in the overall context of the movie as only the Coens can achieve. Sounding more like Michael Parks than ever before his scenes pepper the movie with a wearied view on a world he doesn’t really like or understand to great effect. Login to your account Remember Me Register a new account Lost your password? One scene featuring Bardem in a gas station is up there with the best scenes i have ever seen on film. I have not gone into the plot here because I saw this film having not read Cormac McCarthy novel and knowing little other than the basic log-line – a man out hunting comes upon a scene of dead bodies, guns, drugs and money on the Mexican border and comes to the attention of both those behind the scene and a local world-wearied sheriff – and i think that’s the way to see this film. Tommy Lee Jones is used sparingly but to great effect. You’ll never look at a coin toss the same way again.
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And I say film not movie because this is not a cliched character. We expect filmmakers, and all artists, to offer us a more substantial thesis. Im not even sure its his money, how he knows about it or why he even wants it.
This is skbscene a character whose lunacy you enjoy over popcorn. If this doesn’t end my year in the top two films of the year then we are in for one hell of an awesome year of movies.
Frankesntein he compounds his idiocy by returning to the scene of the crime. But if you want to see an intelligent, superbly acted, powerful, beautiful cinematic treat that will remind you of the true power of cinema see it, see it, see it.
Or a hunt at a motel.
But at the same time it’s the purest time of cinema, recalling Hitchcock and Leone and Welles’s Touch of Evil and the best of noir and westerns. Tommy Lee Jones, whose ear lobes appear to be metastasizing as he ages, wanders aimlessly through the film as Sheriff Ed Tom Bell, delivering cornpone, homespun, cowboy poet ruminations that are more or less opaque in meaning.
One who is somewhat good and obviously poor and the other who is this maniac psycho killer. I have never seen him perform to this level and if Bardem didn’t steal the film you’d be talking about Brolin all the way home.
Ethan Coen, Joel Coen Director: It’s beautiful and terribly tragic, for McCarthy fans it finally strikes at what is truest to his material- even if you haven’t read the book itself the Road will give an indication of the mood and atmosphere at hand- and at the moment I can’t think of any other film that would be the best pick of the year- maybe one of the crankenstein films I’ve ever seen.
Chigurh, displaying the supple sinuosity of a Cirque du Soleil contortionist, or an orangutan, slips out of his handcuffs. If you think you are going to see a Titanic, The Green Mile or Silence Of the Lambs kind of movie where the plot unfolds at a normal pace and doesn’t make you search for answers and meaning then don’t go see this thing.
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This movie has no subcene or sympathetic characters. In truth, everyone walking in to subscee theater already knows the first two “lessons. Subtitle I Frankenstein BluRay p 5. Bardem embodies Anton like no other could- you can’t look at his eyes, often steel-cold and horrifically professional to what professional who can saywhich occasional tear- and it’s obviously worthy of an Oscar.
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Why should we care what happens to him after this beginning? I have not gone into the plot here because I saw this film having not read Cormac McCarthy novel and knowing little other than the basic log-line – a man out hunting comes upon a scene of dead bodies, guns, drugs and money on the Mexican border and sybtitles to the attention of both those behind the subscdne and a local world-wearied sheriff – and i think that’s the way to see this film.
The film’s boosters insist that the movie offers three deep and shocking lessons: You need to call it.
Joel Coen, Ethan Coen Writer: I am a 40 year old movie buff Academy Award trivia expert I own over movies I’ve been a frankensfein here for 6 years And I have a college degree. I have a plea out on the message boards for someone to please explain this movie to me. Subtitle I, Frankenstein Cam R6. Why would the audience care about that? What I saw was two men fighting over the same two million dollars.
On some level, the Coen brothers must be laughing at all the sycophantic critics falling all over themselves to heap orgasmic praise on this joke of a movie.