Anton Chigurh & Old Men

Anton Chigurh is the main antagonist of the Cormac Mccarthy novel No Country For Old Men and the film of the same name. Old Men in New Cars , (2002) is a Danish action comedy film directed by Lasse Spang Olsen. 5.0/5

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Who would win, Billy Bob Thornton's Malvo from Fargo or Javier Bardem's Anton Chigurh - No Country For Old Men?
is this purely comic book villains because Anton Chigurh from No Country For Old Men would probably be at the top of mine.
topic. Preferably with the assassin being Anton Chigurh from No Country For Old Men
So according to this website called Twinlets, Anton Chigurh from "No Country For Old Men" has been my twin brother…
I'm picturing the coin flip scene in No Country For Old Men. Can you Anton Chigurh your hair?
Sheep follow the leader right off a cliff. "Would you hold still please, sir?"- Anton Chigurh, No Country For Old Men
Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem) in No Country For Old Men. Dude was frightening.
At this point, the DC cinematic universe is like No Country For Old Men. Zack Snyder is Anton Chigurh and Geoff Johns is Sheriff Bell.
A man just walked into the lib who looked like Anton Chigurh from No Country For Old Men. No sign of a limp or coin at the moment.
Because this dude is Anton Chigurh from No Country For Old Men
That was what Anton Chigurh called people in No Country For Old Men.
Leorard Smalls in Raising Arizona, Satan in Barton Fink, Anton Chigurh in No Country For Old Men...
"Let's watch No Country For Old Men and take a shot for every person Anton Chigurh kills in the first 45 minutes."
About as bad as Anton Chigurh's hair in No Country For Old Men.
. sure, but Hans Gruber in drag, too. Thing I'm writing now: modern spin on No Country For Old Men, with female Anton Chigurh
Gas station scene gave so many No Country For Old Men vibes. Hanzee is the new Anton Chigurh
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Who is the best movie villain? — Javier Bardem's character Anton Chigurh from No Country For Old Men.
late to the game but Javier Bardem (Silva/Skyfall and Anton Chigurh/No Country For Old Men) def instantly recognisable!
Christian Bale as Patrick Bateman in "American Psycho" and Javier Bardem as Anton Chigurh in "No Country For Old Men".
New character video: Anton Chigurh from No Country For Old Men! I hope you enjoy it! :D
I hope everyone who has watched the show picked up on this.. Lorne Malvo is Anton Chigurh,,, Fargo and Fargo and No Country For Old Men, same show. I hope that you all know that Lorne and Anton are the same person.. I do not want to spell it out. I do not want to be the voice of reason. Just get it. The Cohen Bros.. have tried to get the point across and I dont think they can try any harder.
Yeah guy what could've changed her mind is the ANTON CHIGURH No Country For Old Men little drummer boy haircut!
Watching "No Country For Old Men" and it makes me think of the best film antagonists. Anton Chigurh is certainly near the top of the list.
Anton Chigurh was a cold villain in "No Country For Old Men"
Watching No Country For Old Men. Anton Chigurh is being an *** to the old gas station guy & I want to stab him in the back w/ a screwdriver.
How about Anton Chigurh in No Country For Old Men? Implacable will. The coin toss. No empathy or compassion.
Anton Chigurh in No Country For Old Men. So i can use the most original weapon ever used on screen
Javier Bardem is back doing Cormac Mccarthy, and with even crazier hair.The Spanish thesp won a Supporting Actor Academy Award for playing the strangely coiffed, stone-cold killer Anton Chigurh in “No Country For Old Men,” the Coe
Watching 'No Country For Old Men' next to the playoffs. The Cardinals are like Anton Chigurh, in the end no one can stop either.
Anyone written an essay tracing the preacher from Night of the Hunter to Anton Chigurh in No Country For Old Men?
Here is an awesome collage/production of No Country For Old Men held this past weekend. Thanks to Adam King and Casey Cords for putting it together. Adam and Casey were crew members for 2nd place finisher in the 383 Anton Chigurh race, Norm Hageman. Enjoy
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My Anton Chigurh from No Country For Old Men costume from a few years back.
The time has come to read No Country For Old Men... Anton Chigurh or Judge Holden?
Today I want to talk about one of my favourite horrifying non-horror film: No Country For Old Men. No Country For Old Men argues that as we get older, the real world erroneously appears more and more evil. The film finds an avatar for this evil in Anton Chigurh, a cold-blooded, emotionless killing machine with terrifying philosophical curiosities. Packing some disarmingly goofy hair and even more unconventional weaponry, Chigurh is more icon than man and comes off a great deal scarier than Michael Myers or Jason Voorhees for his unfazed ruthlessness.
(3) "No Country For Old Men." Fan art on the main character Anton Chigurh.
THE GREATEST 200 FILMS EVER MADE continues with 129, NO Country For Old Men. The movie opens with the flat, confiding voice of Tommy Lee Jones. He describes a teenage killer he once sent to the chair. The boy had killed his 14-year-old girlfriend. The papers described it as a crime of passion, "but he tolt me there weren't nothin' passionate about it. Said he'd been fixin' to kill someone for as long as he could remember. Said if I let him out of there, he'd kill somebody again. Said he was goin' to *** Reckoned he'd be there in about 15 minutes." These words sounded verbatim to me from No Country For Old Men, the novel by Cormac Mccarthy, but I find they are not quite. And their impact has been improved upon in the delivery. When I get the DVD of this film, I will listen to that stretch of narration several times; Jones delivers it with a vocal precision and contained emotion that is extraordinary, and it sets up the entire film, which regards a completely evil man with wonderment, as if astonished tha . ...
Someone here suggested an animated Disney reboot of No Country For Old Men with Goofy as Llewellyn Moss and Mickey Mouse as Anton Chigurh.
I know No Country For Old Men isn't exactly a horror film, but Anton Chigurh used to give me nightmares. :-)
If you guys are wondering where I came up with the idea of the Taker, he was actually inspired by Anton Chigurh, a character from Cormac Mccarthy's novel, "No Country For Old Men." Good read, and I'm fairly sure the Taker is just as ruthless as Chigurh (well, that's my plan, anyway.)
No Country For Old Men was the most critically acclaimed movie of 2007. But do I find it good? The most simple answer would be yes and I end the review right here, but i'm not going to do that. The movie is about a hunter who stumbles across a drug deal gone wrong and finds a suitcase full of money (2 million dollars) he is pursued by a ruthless hitman Anton Chigurh, and all the while an aging cop is searching for the Chigurh while trying to adapt to the modern criminal. The movie was written for the screen and directed by Ethan and Joel Coen, and like most of their other works the movie has a western fell to it despite it not being a western. What really makes this movie stand out is the performances from the actors, they all did a marvelous job. But the best is definitely Javier Bardem as Anton Chigurh, he played the character with such evil, he didn't care if he killed or who he killed, he was ruthless and terrifying. The scene that I enjoyed the best out of the whole movie is really able to show the . ...
Re-reading and re-watching “No Country For Old Men.” King Lear says, “Give me an ounce of civet, good apothecary, to sweeten my imagination.” I should think so. (Could any actor other than Javier Bardem have played Anton Chigurh, “a true and living prophet of destruction”? Don’t think so.)
My review for 'No Country For Old Men' on Rotten Tomatoes: 5 stars-Anton Chigurh is some sort of echo of Gaear...
maybe I'm wrong, but isn't Anton Chigurh a HITMAN in No Country For Old Men? How does Hitman = Bounty Hunter?
No Country For Old Men directed by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen January 2008 Joel and Ethan Coen often look like moviemakers in search of a movie; as if their perfect film were waiting for them out there and they had to do something while they were looking for it. What else could have driven them to their 2004 remake of the Ealing comedy The Ladykillers? Even if Tom Hanks is funnier in that film than our idea of Tom Hanks ought to allow, he’s not Alec Guinness. And what about Intolerable Cruelty (2003), with George Clooney and Catherine Zeta-Jones, which doesn’t look like a Coen Brothers movie because it doesn’t look as if it was directed by anybody? Still, they can’t be after a single perfect film, since their best work falls into such distinct modes: quirky film noir (Blood Simple, The Man Who Wasn’t There), offbeat comedy (Raising Arizona, The Big Lebowski), mock epic (O Brother, Where Art Thou?). So maybe they are more like prospectors looking for movie gold: any gold, even if it hasn’t got th ...
I should start watchin No Country For Old Men before recording sessions. Put me in the Anton Chigurh mood.
m'lady and I are watching No Country For Old Men. laterz.
Javier Bardem guest role with his character from No Country For Old Men, Anton Chigurh, on The Simpsons
Yeah, OK. Lets put Anton Chigurh from"No Country For Old Men" in a cabinet position.
I liked a video No Country For Old Men - Anton Chigurh / Javier Bardem kills
Now THAT'S true love! LMAO! This is one of the best quotes from one of my favorite movies of recent years, No Country For Old Men. Though it comes off like an updated Western (the setting is is the late '70's), the villain, Anton Chigurh, is a REAL monster. AWESOME flick! If you haven't seen it, do so!
Holy massacre, Batman. Just finished watching, "No Country For Old Men." I'm trying to get my breath & heartbeat back. There was more blood and killing then in a war movie (over exagerrated, but not by much)!
"[Chuckles] Alright. Let me ask you something. If the rule you followed brought you to this, of what use was the rule?" -Anton Chigurh No Country For Old Men
No Country For Old Men is an amazing film. just seeing that for the first time I wonder if I should call it a western and still do it justice.
"What business is it of yours where I'm from, friendo?" -Anton Chigurh ("No Country For Old Men")Javier Bardem being evil again!
It's like No Country 4 Old Men-evil can never B destroyed, it the opposite of good.(That's why nothing ever killed Anton Chigurh)
Anton Chigurh: What's the most you ever lost on a coin toss. - No Country For Old Men (2007)
Is it me? or did Jack Brisco look EXACTLY like Anton Chigurh(Javier Bardem)From 'No Country For Old Men'? LOL!
It helps that the man who played Anton Chigurh in "No Country For Old Men" plays the big bad of "Skyfall". :)
Watched No Country For Old Men yet again. This Anton Chigurh character cracks me up - I love that guy! He almost inspires me to venture out on black Friday to purchase a shotgun.
My favourite scene from No Country For Old Men
you're right. No Country f Old Men with Cage as Anton Chigurh would be awesome. (super breathy)"heads or tails, call it, Friendo."
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Skyfall was a vast improvement over Quantum of Solace (in their defense, the script was unfinished due to the writers' strike). With this being the 50th anniversary of the Bond films, there were some subtle and not-so-subtle hints to the franchise's past. I thought the cast was excellent; Daniel Craig appears to be comfortable in his role as Bond, and Javier Bardem brought an excellent creepy quality to Raul Silva (shades of Anton Chigurh from 'No Country For Old Men'). We also see the return/introductions of Miss Moneypenny and Q. The new Q reminds me of one who works at Apple or is one of Best Buy's Geek Squad, and the banter between him and 007 is reminiscent of Classic Bond/Q. Adele's title track also sets the mood for the movie; the title sequence is also an improvement from QoS; if the images look a little weird, here's a mini-spoiler: it'll all make sense. Judi Dench's M is also very good, and I've admired how the Craig films focus on Bond the character, and not necessarily the standard Bond formul ...
It's a good thing Anton Chigurh didn't die at the end of No Country For Old Men or he wouldn't have been able to be in the new Bond movie. He got a little more extroverted following his time in the wild west, but I think the change was for the better. I think Patrick O'Keefe will still approve.
Javier Ángel Encinas Bardem is a Spanish actor. In 2007, he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as psychopathic assassin Anton Chigurh in No Country For Old Men. He has also garnered critical acclaim for roles in films such as Jamón, jamón, Carne trémula, Boca a boca, Los Lu...
Montage of Anton Chigurh clips from 'No Country For Old Men' put to the theme of the infamous Stelio Kontos!
No Country For Old Men: dark, absorbing and brilliant film. Anton Chigurh is a genuinely frightening baddie.
Guy at my gate rocking the Anton Chigurh haircut from No Country For Old Men...not a good look.
And WHAT a villain he is. Think Anton Chigurh in No Country For Old Men level of clinical, insane evil!
I'm friends with him like Anton Chigurh is friends with his targets in No Country For Old Men.
Reminds me of "No Country For Old Men" when the farmer stops to help and Anton Chigurh asks "Can you get those chicken crates out?"
Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem) from 'No Country For Old Men'. One of the bestest villains ever.
I downloaded the WWE app to my tablet and see that Bret Hart came back to wrestling lookin like Anton Chigurh off No Country For Old Men
Hafner was originally casted as Anton Chigurh in the film No Country For Old Men but was replaced after pulling his back
No Country For Old Men - I'm still not quite sure how I feel about this one after a week. This is a very good movie. Despite its reputation, I don't think it's a great movie. It is undoubtedly entertaining in the thriller sense. But while it has effective moments dealing with deeper themes like money and the nature of chance and evil, I don't think it entirely connected on the deeper level. I may be biased here because I don't find psychopaths particularly interesting, and this movie is very reliant on one. While I thought Javier Bardem was indisputably brilliant as Anton Chigurh, the character doesn't interest me all that much. People like him shoot almost anybody they come in contact with. That isn't changeable. So even when he deigns to spare someone, I don't care all that much. This movie reminds me, and how could it not, of another Coen Brothers film, Fargo. I think Fargo is a better film, perhaps because while that movie also features an unrepentant psychopath in Gaere "Stop At Pancakes Hou ...
Anton Chigurh is halfway there for No Country For Old Men. Still looking though—that's just insane.
No Country For Old Men on... perfect preparation for tomorrow. Channeling my inner Anton Chigurh.
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Anton Chigurh (from No Country For Old Men) needed the money to pay Chuck Norris to spare his life.
Had an epiphany last week though. Anton Chigurh (you seen No Country For Old Men?) is the same character as Randall 'Tex' Cobb in RA
Good recommendation. That Misfit reminded me of Anton Chigurh in No Country For Old Men.
working for movie JOHN DAY @ mumbai ! Actor Randeep Hooda is all set to play a cold blooded murderer, a character modelled around Javier Bardem's famous role in 'No Country For Old Men', in his next film 'John Day'. Randeep plays a violent, cold and menacing character with a dark sense of humor much like Anton Chigurh in 'John Day', an edge of the seat revenge drama also starring Naseeruddin Shah with whom Randeep began his career in 'Monsoon Wedding'. "Randeep's character is modeled around Javier Bardem's character in 'No Country For Old Men' but the similarity ends here. In fact my character is much more complex, just think of Anton Chigurh with an intense love story. Randeep's character is extremely violent, heartless and very aggressive. I was extremely excited while writing the script, and the character and Javier was on my mind," said debutante director Solomon. Produced by Anjum Rizvi of 'A Wednesday' fame and K Asif, the film has an ensemble cast with Randeep, Naseeruddin Shah, Shernaz Patel, Sali ...
Just saw someone dressed as Anton Chigurh. Is there a No Country For Old Men festival that I've not heard about?
My hairstyle slowly but surely approaches Anton Chigurh's one from 'No Country For Old Men'. Not sure if that is a good thing.
Anton Chigurh and Llewelyn Moss are close friends. - 'A Country Suited Aptly to the Needs of Old Men'
In the movie “No Country For Old Men,” Anton Chigurh immediately makes people feel uncomfortable with his strange mannerisms and gait along with his awkward gaze. Even without knowing he is a killer, it's clear Chigurh is a creep. People feel uncomfortable -- to the …
Well, in other news, I just read that the 23rd James Bond movie, Skyfall, premieres in October 2012. Daniel Craig once again plays Bond, with Javier Bardem playing the main villain. Bardem won a Best Supporting Actor Award in 2007 for is portrayal of Anton Chigurh, the sociopathic assassin in No Country For Old Men. Shaping up to be a "don't miss this one" for 9-ECHO-1.
"When he first saw his new haircut, Javier Bardem said 'Oh no, now I won't get laid for the next two months'. The Coens responded by happily high-fiving." -on Anton Chigurh's actor in No Country For Old Men
I THOUROUGHLY enjoyed 'No Country For Old Men'. I mean the movie was scoreless! Anton Chigurh's scenes where eerily haunting!
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