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What Do You Think About the Best Picture?

Big night for the Coen family — No Country for Old Men won for Best Picture! The movie beat out Atonement, Juno, Michael Clayton, and There Will Be Blood. What do you think of this win?


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clooneywoman clooneywoman 9 years
totally agreed
sf23 sf23 9 years
I thought "There Will Be Blood" should have won Best Picture. "No Country for Old Men" was good, but not as good as TWBB. "No Country for Old Men" should have been named "There Will Be Blood - Lots of It!" "There Will Be Blood" should have been called something else. - maybe that would have made it more popular - who knows?
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 9 years
It wasnt the Coens philosphical approach its Cormac McCarthys whos other book "the road" is also becoming a film.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 9 years
I loved the book and am ecstatic it came to life on the big screen, it was amazing and deserves the award !!!
white-rabbit149683 white-rabbit149683 9 years
I agree.Excellent movie.I didn't care much for the gory scenes as I was mostly intrigued by Coens'philosophical approach on human nature and existence.Especially the end was quite powerful.The pessimistic dream sequences,the inevitable evil,the absence of simple,so real.
jenintx jenintx 9 years
i'll be the voice of dissent: i saw it yesterday and honestly, didn't like it. it's not that i didn't 'get it' but i thought it was too graphically gory and it ended in a weird place. every time it got to a place where i thought it would end, it kept going, and then ended when i didn't expect it to. i can't even tell you if TLJ's second dream was supposed to be significant b/c i was wondering when it was going to end. i think if it had ended when antoine was leaving the wife's mother's house (when he looked down at his shoes), that would have been a much better ending. i generally like the coen's work--really enjoyed fargo--but i just didn't walk away from this movie feeling anything but disgust from the graphic violence/gore and how it kinda dragged on. a lot of people at the theater i was at felt the same way.
anntorr anntorr 9 years
I loved No Country For Old Men, I think the people that didn't like it just didn't get it or were expecting too much from it over all the awards it has gotten. I think it makes it more interesting when people don't agree on the movie that wins.
Emma412 Emma412 9 years
Haven't seen it but I definitly thought it was going to win
yiddidea yiddidea 9 years
I thought the film was really great but my vote was for Atonement.
ilanac13 ilanac13 9 years
i'm indifferent - i think that it's probably deserved the award but i am still partial to atonement - so oh well.
freegracefrom freegracefrom 9 years
I've only seen 'Juno' or 'Atonement' of this list, but knowing the quality of Coen Bros' past movies, I'm sure they deserved it.
ccsugar ccsugar 9 years
Very happy No Country won. Best movie I've seen in a few years.
Kaki Kaki 9 years
I can see why NCFOM won but I would've Loved to see Juno winning.
tamyvinec tamyvinec 9 years
One of my fav too but Atonement and There will be blood were better in my opinion. Still they all the others awards for this movie were deserved!
bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 9 years
One of my favorite movies this year. Totally deserving. :)
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 9 years
100% agree.
x_juicyfruit x_juicyfruit 9 years
It was my prediction. I agree.
skiwi skiwi 9 years
I really found this year's Oscars to be quite boring actually. I expected them to go all out like at the Grammy Awards so it was pretty disappointing. (I really wanted Juno to win hehe) :P
Linda-McP Linda-McP 9 years
Well deserved.
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