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    Re: No Country for Old Men

    I had no idea what to expect with this movie and enjoyed it for the most part. I hate endings such as the kind this one had though. I felt really let down and like "WTH?" I guess I'm just not deep enough or something to grasp the true intent .

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    Re: No Country for Old Men

    Finally got around to seeing this last night and all I have to say is WOW. It is one of those films whose meaning sinks in over time and after talking to others about it.

    I highly recommend it to anyone who hasn't seen it yet.
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    Re: No Country for Old Men

    This is the only movie where I watched it a second time and the suspense was much greater

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    Re: No Country for Old Men

    to FORT, FANTASTICMASTIC! You seem to live at the movies!

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