No Country for Old Men Explained

No Country for Old Men is a compelling story with a rather ambiguous end. What's the film trying to say?
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  1. Logos Made Flesh

    Logos Made Flesh

    5 oy oldin

    Hey there! Thanks for watching today's video! If you enjoyed it, don't forget to subscribe for more great content! And you can do that here by clicking this link → uztop.info

    • Piyush Sinha XI-G,37

      Piyush Sinha XI-G,37

      Oy oldin

      Is anton chigurh nihilist?

    • GREGS BONER

      GREGS BONER

      2 oy oldin

      @Nat you big brained what 'suspense' means. Thats so unnecessarily meta.

    • Marek Cameron

      Marek Cameron

      2 oy oldin

      Hb

    • Marek Cameron

      Marek Cameron

      2 oy oldin

      1no

    • Logos Made Flesh

      Logos Made Flesh

      2 oy oldin

      M Tooth have done both for more recent videos. This video is four years old and one of my first.

  2. My Monitor

    My Monitor

    Soat oldin

    When Sugur is arrested his hands are behind his back. When he kills the cop he is handcuffed in front.

  3. Paul Gruendler

    Paul Gruendler

    Soat oldin

    Good observations. The devil gets away. A classic, if derivative morality fable.

  4. Jessica Goldstein

    Jessica Goldstein

    4 soat oldin

    this movie is soo good the first time I watched it I didn't even realize there was no music

  5. NightOwl

    NightOwl

    Kun oldin

    *WHAT'S THE MOST YOU'VE EVER LOST IN A GAME OF CORNHOLE???*

  6. José Apunte

    José Apunte

    Kun oldin

    What's the old movie called? The one about the knight and the death?

  7. Justin Billie

    Justin Billie

    Kun oldin

    Im getting lego tv shows as adverts lol

  8. RedemptionSoS

    RedemptionSoS

    Kun oldin

    6:44 Remarkable timing㋛

  9. Bryan Y

    Bryan Y

    2 kun oldin

    This movie nailed it on the time frame they portrayed. I am a last generation of at 18 there were cell phones but they were rare.. no social media. To dissapear in the 70/or 80s generation Was just that! So many great movies are ruined or never made now because its just an impulse you have a smart phone in your pocket!

  10. MikeDF2020

    MikeDF2020

    2 kun oldin

    You narrated this video and used the shots an suspense play perfectly, good job!

  11. U Denis

    U Denis

    3 kun oldin

    Isn't Anton's philosophy that determinism rules everything and therefore life has no significance or meaning? That we are living under the illusion of free will and control when in fact we have none. He seems to believe that life itself was one big accident with no God involved, he feels he can kill or not kill someone because either way it doesn't mean anything and their life means nothing. He enjoys that he understands this when no one else seems to, he also seems to believe that people aren't as moral as they let on, that they deny, especially to themselves, the selfish things they do.

  12. MiltiadesP

    MiltiadesP

    4 kun oldin

    really bad movie. I am still crying for my money.

  13. MADDOXXX

    MADDOXXX

    6 kun oldin

    best movie of 00's

  14. Scythe

    Scythe

    8 kun oldin

    Moral of the story? Never give a dying mexican man water at night.

  15. CauseAndEffect

    CauseAndEffect

    8 kun oldin

    The silence of nonbelievers' responsibility.

  16. Andrew Miller

    Andrew Miller

    12 kun oldin

    Here's an honest question.....has anyone ever seen a BAD Cohen brothers movie? The answer is no and this is one of their finest, only eclipsed by Fargo. Joel and Ethan are geniuses!

  17. Itachi Uchiha

    Itachi Uchiha

    13 kun oldin

    Basically the movie is just saying that times are different, the old cop isn't really prepared to die for his comfortable job where evrybody knows him. The new era is for billionaires, vicious criminals, psyhcos & risk takers, the old cop doesn't understand that the old community values of god/evil is over, there is no god coming to strike people down who do bad things.

    • Itachi Uchiha

      Itachi Uchiha

      12 kun oldin

      @Logos Made Flesh Nah it's not really, it's about changing of times where faith won't save you anymore. It's good film without trying to find deeper meaning.

    • Logos Made Flesh

      Logos Made Flesh

      13 kun oldin

      No, it's saying more than that.

  18. Red Sol

    Red Sol

    15 kun oldin

    It’s clear the masterpieces of our time are rich in philosophy.

  19. Hal Spolerich

    Hal Spolerich

    15 kun oldin

    Anton wants his prey to be blindly obedient to him, and thus a religious figure. If his prey won't be blindly obedient, the default condition is death. So the threat of the solar eclipse continues traveling like a virus in out DNA. Our ignorance of it makes it omnipotent.

  20. Horakh

    Horakh

    16 kun oldin

    haha I luv ya Matt

  21. Dale Pointer

    Dale Pointer

    17 kun oldin

    We look into darkness/ We see darkness/ There is no light at the end/ But we need it to be/ A flicker, or a flame/ We must see/ We must see/ And/ We look into darkness/

  22. Paula Harris Baca

    Paula Harris Baca

    19 kun oldin

    I just noticed this got posted on my mom's birthday, had she lived. It would've been her (whips out abacus and slides some beads up and down) yeah, ok, it would've been her (double-checking) 98th year on the planet Urth.

  23. Paula Harris Baca

    Paula Harris Baca

    19 kun oldin

    I must go back and see "The Seventh Sign" again. I haven't seen it since last century so I must look at it again with adult eyes and not a college student's stylistic eyes, from my useless Film History degree's eyes...(at least I was in college before they began making all young women into racist misandrist Marxists, which is actually all they produce these days...)

  24. Michael M

    Michael M

    21 kun oldin

    Narrator talking way too fast to digest what he is saying

  25. _LurchLife Г

    _LurchLife Г

    23 kun oldin

    Does anybody know the name of the black and whit film that had subtitles in it?

    • _LurchLife Г

      _LurchLife Г

      23 kun oldin

      @Logos Made Flesh Thank you

    • Logos Made Flesh

      Logos Made Flesh

      23 kun oldin

      Seventh Seal

  26. Russell Moore

    Russell Moore

    25 kun oldin

    Comparing this to The Seventh Seal is like comparing Ace Ventura to Duck Soup.

  27. Sho Nuff

    Sho Nuff

    27 kun oldin

    Videos like this kill me. The person speaking tries to act like he knows exactly what the director was going for in all these little odd ways. The fact is he doesn't know what the director(or writer) was going for. He is creating things on his own. I am sure some of what he says is correct but most is not.

    • Logos Made Flesh

      Logos Made Flesh

      27 kun oldin

      How do you know most is not? Honest question

  28. Amit Sao

    Amit Sao

    27 kun oldin

    I recognize Gandalf.

  29. Thomas Smith

    Thomas Smith

    27 kun oldin

    that Antonius Block guy is Max von Sydow

  30. shawn cox

    shawn cox

    28 kun oldin

    I felt this movie was just stripped down, no real hero, just straight forward, naked, normal people faced with evil people. Much like real life. I felt it was more about what Tommy Lee Jones said. He didn't understand where the world was going. He also felt that at some point he would find peace and understanding. It never came. It's about life. Maybe a brutal lesson. But nothing from outside is coming. The world is what it is. "It ain't all waiting on you". You also have to understand that this movie is based almost exactly on the book of the same Title by Cormac McArthy. McArthy is a brutal writer. Very bleak. Angela's Ashes, his real life childhood story, is probably the most depressing book I've ever read. I don't think this movie has some deep philosophical meaning. It's just straight forward.

  31. lostintime86

    lostintime86

    28 kun oldin

    Why didn't Bell call in the State Police??

  32. Esdra Barreto

    Esdra Barreto

    29 kun oldin

    In life we must choose a path ,take a stance ,for right or for wrong ,if we don't choose,our life is dead!

  33. Lopez Mario

    Lopez Mario

    Oy oldin

    You sir are a poet.

  34. BasketballGOD BBG

    BasketballGOD BBG

    Oy oldin

    Very well made video

  35. Michel Kerger

    Michel Kerger

    Oy oldin

    What makes a great book/movie is that there are multiple interpretations possible, and all or some could be right. The title is the key ; it’s about getting older and not being able any more to endure the pain, misery, and cruelty in this world . The sheer randomness of it all is baffling. The world now is not any crueler than it was in the past but the cruelty becomes unbearable as you get older. The more so if you have lived your life as well and as correctly as you were able to it becomes harder to cope with the cruelty and the pain man visits on his fellow man. All the actions and plans and doings of the protagonists amount to absolutely nothing, the pointlessness of it all hits hard with the many many dead strewn along the way. Anton Chigurh is a personification of random and mindless cruelty and there is no stopping him/it.

  36. Richard n Amber Kearney

    Richard n Amber Kearney

    Oy oldin

    All Cohen brothers movies are awesome

  37. Tom Larson

    Tom Larson

    Oy oldin

    What is the point of this video? Seems like a bunch of filler and common sense blathering.

  38. Adem Yener

    Adem Yener

    Oy oldin

    3:08 açmayın dedeler

  39. Andrew Budd

    Andrew Budd

    Oy oldin

    Bravo sparknotes narration

  40. vivech jorviani

    vivech jorviani

    Oy oldin

    I disagree, there is just as much to be lost when we give into the chance when we fail to take control and fight for life by taking action, and in the face of inevitable death then there is the loss of dignity and principle.

  41. Josh Poke

    Josh Poke

    Oy oldin

    By far the Cohen brothers are pure visionary’s

  42. Gorilla Jones

    Gorilla Jones

    Oy oldin

    Fucking masterpiece of filmmaking.

  43. Tomi Adewole

    Tomi Adewole

    Oy oldin

    Ecclesiasticus 39:28 "There be spirits that are created for vengeance, which in their fury lay on sore strokes; in the time of destruction they pour out their force, and appease the wrath of Him that made them." "God heareth not sinners."

  44. Javier Navarro Ledesma

    Javier Navarro Ledesma

    Oy oldin

    Ok I have a question... Who kill Moss? the mexican cartel or Chigurh?

    • Logos Made Flesh

      Logos Made Flesh

      Oy oldin

      The Mexican cartel.

  45. kenny french

    kenny french

    Oy oldin

    Very good and thought provoking movie for sure . Have watched it twice . My view is and i have written it before as a quote , it goes ;" Life is chanced by happenstance ". at its core it comes down to how one faces death , stoically or fall to pieces , the third choice is, dont even want to think about it and they would probably be the people who didnt like the film or got it . Thanx for your take on it.

  46. Kevin Eagle

    Kevin Eagle

    Oy oldin

    Blind, simple clueless doo dah luck...

  47. Crashburn 32

    Crashburn 32

    Oy oldin

    The way I judge a GREAT film, is that you always learn more every single time you watch it. This film is amazing. You are instantly engrossed in every character. An like a Tarantino film, you never know the outcome. The films doesn't give you all the answers you want or plays by any rules. It's amazing in every way. -- I once worked with Barry Corbin in the 90's. He was smoking 5 cigars a day at that time. His grip would have them all in a plastic bag and he smoked ALL DAY LONG, and said to me that me smoked them after giving up chewing tobacco, because THAT was worse than smoking. LOL...

  48. mansonlamps

    mansonlamps

    Oy oldin

    Pascal’s wager makes sense if there was one god to choose but there are hundreds maybe thousands..since the beginning .. Pascal’s wager is seriously flawed

    • mansonlamps

      mansonlamps

      Oy oldin

      Logos Made Flesh and how does it make the odds better there have been countless gods n people make up gods in their minds every day.. that doesn’t make the odds of it any better. Truth is the only thing in this world we should hold sacred. And there is no way to show the truth of any god.. you should only believe what has sufficient demonstrable evidence. I can prove when we die we just rot in the ground. You can’t prove we go to an afterlife. The odds are not in your favor u r sadly mistaken. If you think Believing in a lie improves your quality of life I honestly feel bad for you.. I’d hate to have that outlook

    • mansonlamps

      mansonlamps

      Oy oldin

      Logos Made Flesh that’s not a guaranteed loss believing in truth.. believing in something that’s not demonstrable and untrue is the ultimate loss. I could believe when I die that I go to a magical land filled with tooth fairy’s but that doesn’t make the odds any better it’s true because I believe that or make my life any more important or worth living.only doing good because you believe you will be rewarded in some afterlife is not truly a selfless thing or even a good thing.. doing it purely out of the goodness of your heart is however

    • Logos Made Flesh

      Logos Made Flesh

      Oy oldin

      No, it just makes the odds better. But believing in any God/afterlife is better than believing that death is the undoing of our existence. That is the guaranteed loss.

  49. Kenneth Carvalho

    Kenneth Carvalho

    Oy oldin

    there is no meaning or anything to be learnt,,,just another movie glorifying violence

    • User

      User

      2 kun oldin

      It's a movie with a sociopathic Assasin as a main character, what exactly do you expect? Even then, there wasn't an obscene amount of violence depicted here. Also, how exactly did it glorify violence? It simply just showed it, nothing more. And, how exactly does a movie with violence inherently *not* have a deeper meaning? As an example, let's take Joker (2019). It shows a good amount of violence, yet does it have a deeper meaning? Yes, definitely.

    • Kenneth Carvalho

      Kenneth Carvalho

      Oy oldin

      @devin you truly have a point.. But be honest every other scene in this movie is violent so much so that watching for the first time you kind of expect a murder in the next few minutes

    • Kenneth Carvalho

      Kenneth Carvalho

      Oy oldin

      @devin it does not contain violence.. It is violence from start to end..

    • devin

      devin

      Oy oldin

      just because a film contains violence doesn’t mean that violence is being glorified. do you really go through life not perceiving the deeper meaning behind art and just taking it at face value?

  50. PwnishR

    PwnishR

    Oy oldin

    Captain Armando Salazar was here...

  51. Christopher Barber

    Christopher Barber

    Oy oldin

    Please do a video on Martin Scorsese’s Silence

  52. WiIdbiII

    WiIdbiII

    Oy oldin

    Here's what I took from it............ Life's a gamble dude , Hit me!

  53. sadurn

    sadurn

    Oy oldin

    i just watched it and damn its too deep

  54. philip dillon

    philip dillon

    Oy oldin

    Hope for something after death without evidence if it makes you feel better. Thats fine, but don't expect me to follow the bible and its rediculous dogma.

  55. James T Kirk

    James T Kirk

    Oy oldin

    This is amature work. What have a first semester film class this year?

  56. DaGrimReaperInCalis818

    DaGrimReaperInCalis818

    Oy oldin

    8:33 “Bell could be right, his father may not be waiting, heaven may not exist, this world may never be put right but given the certainty of Death, the only sensible option is to Risk the possibility of Reward, to fight the good fight, to call for Life and to Live in the Hope that we have something in store.” Man, I can relate to this on such a heavy level. Very Well said, Sir. Great content and Thank you for the “food for thought”.

  57. Zombeaver

    Zombeaver

    Oy oldin

    Don't think betting on religion is the only reasonable way of coping with death. That's called cognitive dissonance, and it won't bring you peace. I had a longer, more inspirational comment but UZtop just ate it, so here's a quote I like to live by instead: “Live a good life. If there are gods and they are just, then they will not care how devout you have been, but will welcome you based on the virtues you have lived by. If there are gods, but unjust, then you should not want to worship them. If there are no gods, then you will be gone, but will have lived a noble life that will live on in the memories of your loved ones.” ― Apparently not Marcus Aurelius

    • CaptainLucky Luke

      CaptainLucky Luke

      Oy oldin

      @Zombeaver You, good sir, are one of the very few people that has ever accepted my correction graciously. Thank you for that. If you haven't already I implore you to read Meditations in its entirety. It's one of the finest books ever and gave me a good deal of comfort on my deployments.

    • Zombeaver

      Zombeaver

      Oy oldin

      @CaptainLucky Luke That makes sense... I remember doing a paper on the stoics in relation to cancel culture and wasn't able to find it then either 😂 Nevertheless, I think it still stands as a solid piece of advice. Thanks for the catch, my dude.

    • CaptainLucky Luke

      CaptainLucky Luke

      Oy oldin

      As a historian I feel obligated to point out that's not a direct quote. At best it's an extremely poor paraphrase of Meditations Book 2.11 that's been floating around on the internet since at least 2009 and purposely designed to make Marcus Aurelius seem like he was supportive of Agnostic or Atheist beliefs. In reality he was an devout Polytheist and his writings repeatedly reflect that. The real quote is, “Let thine every deed and word and thought be those of a man who can depart from life this moment, But to go away from among men, if there are Gods, is nothing dreadful; for they would not involve thee in evil. But if indeed there are no Gods, or if they do not concern themselves with the affairs of men, what boots it for me to live in a Universe empty of Gods or empty of Providence? Nay, but there are Gods, and they do concern themselves with human things; and they have put it wholly in man’s power not to fall into evils that are truly such. And had there been any evil in what lies beyond, for this too would they have made provision, that it should be in every man’s power not to fall into it.”

  58. MrGenedancingmachine

    MrGenedancingmachine

    Oy oldin

    "HERE'S WHAT I THINK NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN IS ABOUT"

  59. Luke Passos

    Luke Passos

    Oy oldin

    I'd certainly chellenge this villain differently. I'd say its arrogant to presume a soul dies by chance and not by purpose. Not saying it dies by purpose, but not saying it dies by chance either. Embracing either one of those realities as one true extreme will lead to your downfall. I think that's why he's depicted as a villain.

  60. Anthony Arens

    Anthony Arens

    Oy oldin

    I love no country for old men so much

  61. Cathy Allen

    Cathy Allen

    Oy oldin

    I've watched this movie, it's nihilistic theme really turned me off. Thanks, for flushing out some of the more subtler elements to the story.

  62. Comments Enabled

    Comments Enabled

    Oy oldin

    Wrong- Carla Jean got it right- it does not matter if anyone calls head or tails- "It's just you," (Anton), Carla Jean says. It's Anton who makes the life or death decision- not the result of the coin flip. That is why the Cohn's don't show the coin flip result- and they only show the dead person.... because he is just playing with them and cruelly toying with them. Anton's calling card it to be cruel and pretend to offer a chance at life. "Are you going to kill me?" asks the Accountant...."That depends do you see me?" answers Anton.... He is always examining and fuckking with his victims just before killing them, which makes him laugh almost as much as he gets pleasure from the act of killing.

    • Comments Enabled

      Comments Enabled

      Oy oldin

      @thebullybuffalo Maybe you did not see the movie. You can say she "can't refuse" it all you like- but this strong female character DID refuse to enter into Anton's false dichotomy and she REFUSED to call heads or tales when he asked her for her choice. She knew that, when facing an unnatural death at the hands of a mad man, she had no choice but to die and that by calling neither heads nor tales her fate was cast. The point of No Country for Old Men is not that at every moment of your life there is a chance you could die; the movie is not about the inevitability of death- it's about the cruelty and horror of the existence of evil.

    • thebullybuffalo

      thebullybuffalo

      Oy oldin

      No you are wrong. Aton is the personification of death. She can't refuse it because every moment of your life there is a chance you could die - you can't refuse to take a chance. It's a probabilistic reality from moment to moment

  63. martin750hp

    martin750hp

    Oy oldin

    This movie is about something REAL BAD coming at you and can one understand the problem, if you figure it out you use your wit's first understand what's coming , and second make a plan and stick to it and hope nothing happens to you, third physical confrontation if you know you can stop it!!!!!!! Great Movie.........they don't make um' like this anymore ....Sad :(

  64. Nun Yurbiznes

    Nun Yurbiznes

    Oy oldin

    So I take it you don't believe in God! That good vrs evil is just made up! Won't be surprised when Christ comes in his Glory! God doesn't have to prove anything to us, we all decided to come to earth to prove ourselves to him!

    • Nun Yurbiznes

      Nun Yurbiznes

      Oy oldin

      @thebullybuffalo So that was the best you could come up with!

    • thebullybuffalo

      thebullybuffalo

      Oy oldin

      Geez you aren't too bright...

    • Logos Made Flesh

      Logos Made Flesh

      Oy oldin

      No, I believe in God

  65. Alex J

    Alex J

    Oy oldin

    6:51 I like this quote and find it to be true in more than one way. It doesn’t only have to deal with death which is a fact but also in terms of one’s success or lack of success. Time and chance plays a role and it happens to us all.

    • Alex J

      Alex J

      Oy oldin

      Also, you could be a genuine good hearted person who followed and did everything right whereas there are people who are cruel, enjoying the spoils of life, while the benevolent man is enduring extreme hardship. Yet, time and chance happen to all. It’s very philosophical yet realistic, simultaneously.

  66. E.W. Coffey

    E.W. Coffey

    Oy oldin

    HOW DO YOU NOT HAVE A MILLION SUBSCRIBERS

  67. erock755

    erock755

    Oy oldin

    4:56 Beautifully lit, as the blown out doorknob shows only darkness to be found inside. 5:05 literal and figurative light outside. Once Tommy's character crosses into the darkness he takes a step into the realm of evil in a sense and reaches a point of no return perhaps. Symbolism of death for him and the Josh Brolin character, figuratively speaking. 5:16 light begins to fragment by the shadows in the shape of bars essentially trapping Mr. Tommy's character once inside the world he "does not understand." 7:07 more lighting fragmented variations. P.S. for those who have read this far in my comment, thank you and have a great day/night. 7:47 his wife's pov sees light, 7:57 he sees, u get the idea :)

  68. Rocky Balboa

    Rocky Balboa

    Oy oldin

    There will be blood was superior. Cohen Bros are always rigged for awards.

  69. Jim Weights

    Jim Weights

    Oy oldin

    750 - the sheriff sits with his caring wife in own home in good health. Top 0.1% luckiest people in the world and still manages to look unhappy

  70. twotube family

    twotube family

    Oy oldin

    What a pile of shite .... It's a story about a guys last day at work

    • thebullybuffalo

      thebullybuffalo

      Oy oldin

      Good counterargument

  71. DC MacLeod

    DC MacLeod

    Oy oldin

    Blah blah blah blahhhhh. You know what this movie was to me? Some rad ass mean western stares/looks and bad ass gunfights. hahaha

  72. Rich DiBenedetto

    Rich DiBenedetto

    Oy oldin

    hey thanks for this - NC4OM one of my all time favorites and this is a great analysis - now I gotta go watch The Seventh Seal . . .

  73. Jeffrey Hooper

    Jeffrey Hooper

    Oy oldin

    This comment section reminds me of my philosophy class in college and I love it

  74. Ask MiName

    Ask MiName

    Oy oldin

    Good stuff.

  75. Hi I'm Piglet

    Hi I'm Piglet

    Oy oldin

    damn i wish im able to think deeper like yall here but im too young to be capable of it

  76. John S

    John S

    Oy oldin

    That's some deep shit. You have to watch it more than once.

  77. Santiago Loaiza

    Santiago Loaiza

    Oy oldin

    Well done!!!

  78. riddley39

    riddley39

    Oy oldin

    A classic case of totally overanalysing

  79. Venkatesh

    Venkatesh

    Oy oldin

    Looks like Howard Wolowitz's dad

  80. David Burnett

    David Burnett

    Oy oldin

    Money is original sin. Dooming everyone in its wake. Fate(chiggur) is coming for you. You can’t stop it. You won’t want it to happen. It’s coming for the good and the bad. Nothing can help you Ed Tom Bell. Death/fate will beat you. The last scene is Tom Bell thinking about what’s next. His dad taking that plunge first for him. Waiting for him. Also Jesus is the first dream. Someone took his fake money and didn’t mind it being counterfeit.

  81. ryan stokes

    ryan stokes

    Oy oldin

    Such a fantastic movie. This video is great as well. Im going check out more of your videos. Well done

  82. Carlos Melo

    Carlos Melo

    Oy oldin

    What a boring heap of bore. Very boring movie. And stupid ending on top.

  83. Mike McGomer

    Mike McGomer

    Oy oldin

    There used to be a law that in a movie the bad guy could not win or escape punishment, death was the only way...

  84. Johnny Kobra

    Johnny Kobra

    Oy oldin

    The only glaring mistake in this movie that takes me out of it is, during the coin toss scene there are jack links beef jerky for sale in the background. Time traveling beef jerky

  85. F1RE DRAG0N 888

    F1RE DRAG0N 888

    Oy oldin

    This why you don’t steal josh learns the hard why

  86. Tuvano

    Tuvano

    Oy oldin

    I'll sub to an awesome 4 year old video. Loved the crash.

  87. No Name

    No Name

    Oy oldin

    No this dude was a dam nut

  88. Dannie Jensen

    Dannie Jensen

    Oy oldin

    The unabridged audiobook is so much better and it's under eight hours long. Truly a masterpiece.

  89. ErebusXanti

    ErebusXanti

    Oy oldin

    Well God is silent but makes gestures when possible to get our attention.

  90. Joe Keating

    Joe Keating

    Oy oldin

    I've drawn in colored pencil the picture where the old man is walking away with the horn of fire and the horse and the open mountain pass just to survive the night

  91. AungNaing Thu

    AungNaing Thu

    Oy oldin

    This movie taught me not to take whatever it is that is not mine.

  92. Kittywampus Drums

    Kittywampus Drums

    Oy oldin

    I don't get it.

  93. Elaine C.

    Elaine C.

    Oy oldin

    I don't necessarily agree with the narrator. A coin toss to decide my fate? and if I don't then that shows Im not willing to challenge the fate of the coin toss. Don't know what I would do. Why not have him bet his life - so that if I win he loses.

  94. jjstratford

    jjstratford

    Oy oldin

    3:49 anyone notice how the two scenes shown back to back both have dark figures wearing cloaks or uniforms (cloaks) walking away with their faces hidden? Seems symbolic of Death

  95. nothankyouiwouldprefernot

    nothankyouiwouldprefernot

    Oy oldin

    I like to think that Carla Jean survived, and he's not checking for blood on his shoes. They decided to bake a cake, and he wanted to make sure he didn't get flour on his shoes. Otherwise he would offer to go in and help to clean up. HAPPY ENDING, PEOPLE!

  96. Netties Kid2294

    Netties Kid2294

    Oy oldin

    Chigur: "What's the most you've ever won on a coin toss?" Me: Hmm... oh! That yellow coffee mug with the smiley face on it. I won that pitching quarters at the fair last October. Its nice, ain't it?"

  97. Wr ax

    Wr ax

    Oy oldin

    Glaring fault of pascals wager is that you don't know what to hedge the bet on. is it Odin, the all father, Christian god, Muslim god, Ra? maybe rebirth was the real answer. A coinflip only applies to two equal options, and the options ive listed makes it closer to a dice. yet pascal only wagered on a christian god and the doctrin he felt suited the most . But you could say that its better to wager on 1 of these choices, but the problem again reared its ugly head. there are more than forty thousand different directions of the christian gods doctrin .In the end the bet you place is still worse than 1 in a billion different options. So the wager becomes obsolete which sucks

  98. Benjamin Guzman

    Benjamin Guzman

    Oy oldin

    I don’t remember where I watched the movie. But I’ve never heard of it before. I don’t know what got me to watch it. But man did I love it.

  99. Blake Wanotch

    Blake Wanotch

    Oy oldin

    So you spent half the time talking about what the movie is about. But not what happens in the movie. TY for that....

  100. TROY HONGSERMEIER

    TROY HONGSERMEIER

    Oy oldin

    I found your analysis cogent and perceptive until you caste Pascal's Wager as the sheriff's dilemma. Belief is no more a choice than breathing. The workings of our mind are perceived in the same manner that we might look through a window and observe the goings outside. The assertion that one might choose to believe might comfort those regretful atheists in the pews, but it does little to change the reality that old men like Bell ('for whom the bell tolls') hope that in there waning years he might find God. Even Bell concludes he didn't. Which is why this might be No Country for Old Men.

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