If there's any movie to buy on DVD this year, it's the Academy Award winning No Country For Old Men.
No Country was the movie that had all of us movie fans--not just the critics--talking incessantly once the movie ended.
Was that Chigurh (Javier Bardem) behind the hotel room door? Why didn't he kill Bell (Tommy Lee Jones) in the hotel room? What did the movie mean? Was it simply a game of cat and mouse or was it deeper, with philosophical points regarding fate and choice?
Watching the No Country for Old Men DVD is one of the best decisions I've made, as it allowed me to stop having all those questions running through my mind. Instead I was able to continuously watch it until I picked up every nuance that had me bewildered.
Okay fine, I didn't get every question answered, but it did give me new perspective on the movie that has put my mind at ease. And I've garnered a whole new appreciation for the film.
What did you think of No Country for Old Men? Did you have as many questions as I did? And if so, have you found the answers to them?