‘It was cold, and there was snow on the ground, and he rode past me and kept on going. Never said nothing, just rode on past. And he had his blanket wrapped around him and his head down. When he rode past, I seen he was carrying fire in a horn the way people used to do, and I could see the horn from the light inside of it... about the color of the moon. And in the dream I knew that he was going on ahead and he was fixing to make a fire somewhere out there in all that dark and all that cold. And I knew that whenever I got there, he’d be there.’
No Country for Old Men (2007)
No Country For Old Men (2007)
OUT OF CONTEXT
I knowed you was crazy when I saw you settin' there. I knowed exactly what was in store for me.
NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN (2010), dir. Joel and Ethan Coen
LLEWELYN MOSS in No Country For Old Men (2007)
Yeah, I’m goin’ to bring you somethin’, all right. I’ve decided to make you a special project of mine. You ain’t goin’ to have to look for me at all.
Hey, okay so i just watched a movie called No Country For Old Men. And HOLY SHIT is it amazing. (warning!! spoilers ahead.) Okay so Javier Bardem plays the role of “Anton Chigurh”. And basically he just goes around killing some people and hunting down Llewelyn Moss, played by Josh Brolin. While that is happening I believe Sheriff Ed (Played by Tommy Lee Jones) is hunting down Anton? or Llewelyn I don't remember. Anyway shit goes down and Llewelyn is killed. At the end Anton gets into a car crash. I know I’m missing some characters but I’m just explaining the important parts. That’s It, I recommend the movie to people who like serious shit. Or westerns. Other than that thanks for reading this.
Dir. The Coen Brothers
No Country For Old Men (2007)
I just had an awful flashback to this time last year when I was getting STRANGELY obsessed with no country for old men for some reason
I CAN STILL RANT FOR HOURS ABOUT IT GOD DAMN IT!!!
To my Josh Brolin fans, here is a new fanfic that I’ve had cooped up in my files and have never posted it. I finished it over a year ago and it took me ages to get it proof read as it’s at least over 7000 words long! To anyone that is a fan of Eddie Mannix, Eric Marsh, Llewelyn Moss, “Bigfoot” Bjornsen or Matt Graver, here’s the fanfic for you. If you are under 18, please skip this post, if you are 18 and over, then please continue and read: HERE
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No Country for Old Men (2007)
Llewelyn Moss stumbles upon dead bodies, $2 million and a hoard of heroin in a Texas desert, but methodical killer Anton Chigurh comes looking for it, with local sheriff Ed Tom Bell hot on his trail. The roles of prey and predator blur as the violent pursuit of money and justice collide. (Letterboxd) Masterfully shot and acted (TLJ’s weary and witty ETB was my fav), with captivating violence and…
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The complicated heroism and nuanced villainy of Josh Brolin.
Dan White in Milk. D: Gus Van Sant (2008). White was a right-wing city supervisor who was Harvey Milk’s sometimes colleague, sometimes ally and ultimately his assassin. Brolin plays him as a negative image, as closed down, suspicious and limited (while Milk played by Sean Penn was open and effective) and an alcoholic and failed politician whose act of craven violence (and even more craven “twinkie” defense) would destroy him almost as much as he deserved.
Llewelyn Moss in No Country for Old Men. D: Joel and Ethan Coen (2007). As a hunter who comes across a drug deal gone bad and steals a briefcase with two million dollars, Brolin plays a character who is smart, resourceful and careful enough to survive his pursuit by a cartel’s contract killer. He’s also the reason people gasped in the theater at a narrative ploy that changes the tenor of the film almost as much as the one in Psycho. Brolin gives the character a man on the run’s adrenalized fear, but also the courageous arrogance of a first-rate action hero, up to the point when the movie catches up to him.
Thanos in Avengers: Infinity War. D: Anthony and Joe Russo (2018). In a densely populated superhero epic, Brolin is close to the main protagonist, as an alien despot looking to acquire the power to end half of all life in the universe. Brolin plays him (in one of the great motion capture performances) with a thoughtful, even soulful presence as a being willing to go through daunting travails and even great sacrifice to achieve his ends. And he sold one of the greatest cliffhangers of all time by just sitting on steps, watching a sunset, enjoying the satisfaction of a job well done.
No Country For Old Men is an American neo-Western crime thriller film from 2007. It stars Tommy Lee Jones as Ed Tom Bell, Javier Bardem as Anton Chigurh, and Josh Brolin as Llewelyn Moss.
In 1980, hitman Anton Chigurh is arrested in Texas. In custody, he strangles a deputy sheriff and uses a captive bolt pistol to kill a driver and escape in his car. He spares the life of a gas station owner who accepts a challenge and successfully guesses the result of Chigurh's coin toss.
Moss retrieves the case from the bank of the Rio Grande and arranges to meet Carla Jean at a motel in El Paso, where he plans to give her the money and hide her from danger. Carla Jean is approached by Sheriff Bell, who promises to protect Moss. Carla Jean's mother unwittingly reveals Moss's location to a group of Mexicans who had been tailing them. Bell reaches the motel rendezvous at El Paso, only to hear gunshots and spot a pickup truck speeding from the motel. As Bell enters the parking lot, he sees Moss lying dead. When Carla Jean arrives, she chokes up upon finding out her husband is dead.
That night, Bell returns to the crime scene and finds the lock blown out. Chigurh hides behind the door after retrieving the money. Bell enters Moss's room and sees that the vent has been removed. Later, Bell visits his uncle Ellis, an ex-lawman, and tells him he plans to retire because he feels "overmatched" by the recent violence. Ellis rebuts that the region has always been violent.
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so I just watched no country for old men and given my whole cowboy mood?? that I’ve been in the last couple days I just really want a rl version of llewelyn moss; like cowboy/southern working class guy meets lana del rey lol like idk if those vibes make sense but that’s the kinda gentle, quiet, capable dude that my fantasies crave today.
lol apparently young Cormac McCarthy looks like a soft Llewelyn Moss