Wow. Just... wow. I get bored pretty easy and I'll admit that lately I've been fast-forwarding through parts of tv shows or movies where there's a long, slow sequence and I tell myself, "I get it -- they're having this character stare out the window at the rain so we can tell he's tormented. Noted. Let's move on." Well, No Country for Old Men is chock-full of long, slow sequences and I sat, entranced, the whole time. I'd only not-recommend the movie if you don't like violence, because there's plenty of that.
FuzzyCo grade: A+