I checked out the Coen brothers new movie 'No Country for Old Men' over the weekend. The more I think about it the more I like it. It is also one of those movies that has no real ending. It reminds me of another completely unrelated Belgian movie called 'L'Enfant' where there is no conventional end. Both open a window into the lives of others, you experience a taste of their lives (or deaths) and then the window is closed again. You know that if you followed the characters there's another movie beyond the one you've just seen. What a buzz it must be to make great movies. It's a good buzz watching them anyway.
I'm not going to review it because I'm shit at reviewing stuff. If I'm writing about it then that usually indicates that I like it. If I don't like it then I'll usually state that. Luckily there are paid professionals who write about stuff so I don't have to. Here's the Philip French Review of the movie. Here's the James Christopher Review also. Or you could check out Michael Dwyer's Review. But the best review of it that I've read is this one but it makes far more sense once you've seen the movie.