No Country For Old Men (2007)
Directed by: Joel Coen and Ethan Coen
This movie follows a hunter Llewelyn Moss who stumbles across two million dollars while he is out hunting in the desert. This money was left at a drug deal gone very wrong. The hunter decides to take the money and run. Little does he know this is a terrible idea. He is then tracked by a twisted killer who does not seem to have a conscience. He decides his victims’ fate by flipping a coin. This movie has a lot of back and forth struggle between the hunter and the twisted killer. It definitely keeps you on the edge of your seat.
I really enjoyed watching this movie. It was a very quiet film; the directors did not choose music to accompany the scenes. That added to the overall suspenseful feeling of the film. I have seen other films by the same directors (Fargo for example) and it was filmed in a very similar way. These brothers are very good at building suspense in their films. I highly recommend watching No Country For Old Men. It is a violent movie but it is a good one.