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The best movie of the year - I hope

Nocountry Here is the red-band (i.e. R-rated) trailer for the Coen Brothers' No Country For Old Men, which is my blind pick for being my favorite movie of the year (blind because I haven't seen it yet, but I can feel it in my gut). If you've read Cormac McCarthy's novel, tell me if the movie doesn't look like the Coens nailed it.


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Looks like a great movie. Strange how a lot of old-time great directors who have hit a slump for more than a decade have come out recently with some of their best works to date. Woody Allen made the terrific Match Point a few years ago, last year Martin Scorsese released The Departed, now the Cohen brothers make this and Francis Ford Coppola is coming out with another film that, hopefully, will be just as great as any standard good Coppola film.


Oh, and how could I forget Spike Lee with his recent documentary-series "When the Levees Broke". Any thoughts on this recent trend of literally masterful comebacks Rene? Have you also seen David Lynch's Inland Empire (if you have, is it on par with the rest of his best films)?


When is this going to be released in South Florida?

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