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No Country for Old Men (movie)

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  • Review: Spike Lee reveals a new side in 'Oldboy'

     Review: Spike Lee reveals a new side in 'Oldboy'
    Brace yourself. Spike Lee has gone all Quentin Tarantino on us. In re-imagining Park Chan-wook's mysterious thriller "Oldboy," Lee embraces the extremes of Japanese manga tradition with a vengeance. The graphic brutality, the warped sexuality, the...
  • Diane Lane and Josh Brolin finalize their divorce

    Diane Lane and Josh Brolin are officially divorced, according to court documents filed the day before Thanksgiving. No details of any financial settlement were filed with the court, the Associated Press reported. "Under the Tuscan Sun" actress Lane...
  • 'Inside Llewyn Davis': folk drama has critics singing its praises

    'Inside Llewyn Davis': folk drama has critics singing its praises
    Joel and Ethan Coen's new folk-music tale "Inside Llewyn Davis" has struck a chord with critics — make that a few chords, plus a couple of verses for good measure. The film, which stars Oscar Isaac as a struggling folk singer in 1960s New York,...
  • 'Biutiful'

    'Biutiful'
    Javier Bardem already owns an Oscar (for "No Country for Old Men"), but he rightfully was in the running for another one for his fine work in director and co-screenwriter Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's profile of a man trying to get his affairs in order....
  • Historic Old West buildings are Las Vegas, N.M.'s jewels

    Historic Old West buildings are Las Vegas, N.M.'s jewels
    When you think of Las Vegas, you probably don't think of Las Vegas, N.M. It's the other Las Vegas, and perhaps the wildest Wild West town you've never heard of. I had never heard of Las Vegas, N.M., when I first encountered it in 1997 — a Western...
  • The dark is just 'Biutiful' to Alejandro González Iñárritu and Javier Bardem

    The dark is just 'Biutiful' to Alejandro González Iñárritu and Javier Bardem
    As director Alejandro González Iñárritu remembers it, he and Javier Bardem first met at "The Losers Party." It was Oscar night 2001 and Iñárritu had just been overlooked by the academy — for the first time. The then-38-year-old filmmaker celebrated...
  • The new Bond villain? Javier Bardem is intrigued

    The new Bond villain? Javier Bardem is intrigued
    Oscar nominee Javier Bardem is notoriously difficult when it comes to getting him to commit to a film, but he admits he has just been offered a part that will be hard to turn down. Bardem recently met with director Sam Mendes to talk about playing the...
  • 'The King's Speech' dethrones 'The Social Network'

    'The King's Speech' dethrones 'The Social Network'
    Hollywood's coronation of "The King's Speech" culminated Sunday night when the story of stuttering King George VI and his speech therapist won four Academy Awards, including best picture. But if the Oscars completed the historical drama's ascension, the...
  • Reel Critics: This 007 flick leaves audience shaken, stirred

    Reel Critics: This 007 flick leaves audience shaken, stirred
    "Skyfall" may be the most satisfying James Bond film in years with jaw-dropping action, smart beautiful ladies and an Oscar-winning villain. Daniel Craig is again the impeccably tailored superspy and more vulnerable, physically and emotionally, than we'...
  • 'The Sunset Limited'

    'The Sunset Limited'
    As director, Oscar winner Tommy Lee Jones casts another excellent actor - Samuel L. Jackson - opposite him in this intense two-person drama, an adaptation of a novel by Cormac McCarthy ("No Country for Old Men") first shown on HBO. Jones plays a...
  • Man in black: Robert E. Howard's Solomon Kane

    Man in black: Robert E. Howard's Solomon Kane
    Considering the many horror films featuring heroes in black who take out ghoulish enemies with crossbows or holy water bullets -- think of the "Underworld" or "Hellboy" movies, or "Van Helsing," whose titular hero seems inspired by the subject of this...