Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by showtime2k4, Jan 4, 2008.
its getting harder to get out to the movies and wasn't sure which one i should see
Are you kidding?
No Country For Old Men
Both! I think they will be the 2 main choices for movie of the year.
No country might be the right choice now since it is more likely to be gone next week from the theatres.
see there will be blood, catch the quicksilverscreen.com version on no country, it's not too bad of quality.
or both, i really want to see there will be blood.
i've seen no country in the theater.
I say see No Country for Old Men, if you must... I rarely go out to the movies unless it's something I really want to see on the big screen. Otherwise, it's Netflix on my bigscreen at home. Personally, I can wait for either of those movies to come out on dvd.
there will be blood has an impressive 9/10 on imdb with 3,000+ votes. sounds pretty good. looks like either one would make your night.
No Country, fucking amazed me when i saw it in theaters.
the ending to there will be blood sucked
it was completely different than the entire movie. Half the audience left and was like wtf.
In short, go see no country
im looking forward to see no contry for old men.. to much to do at work right now.
Funny you say this. The few people I know in NYC who saw it all said the movie itself was incredible, but that the ending blew.
i'm going to do them both in LA this weekend before no country bows out. i'm kinda sad to hear that the ending blew for BLOOD, when i heard the the big twist-a-roo on COUNTRY is what left people scratching their heads.
ive only heard one person say they liked the last 3-5 minutes of the movie. If they just cut it out, it would be shew in for best picture
the ending to there will be blood was amazing, i don't see how it sucked.
I saw it 3 months ago at a private screening with PTA and DDL.
cant really get into why without a spoiler so i'll stop here.
your av is a shew in for picture
both have endings that make you go and sort of
the lead actor in there will be blood is amazing, but the movie runs long and slow, it's beautiful and the score is great, but I like the pace of No country better.