STOP, if you intend to, but have not yet seen this movie. Come back after you have seen it. I do not want to spoil it for you. I saw this film last night and find it amazing that it was selected Best Movie. But I should not be surprised because it was selected by the same academy that picked Shakespeare In Love as Best Film above Saving Private Ryan. Well, at least Shakespeare In Love had some redeeming characteristics, but beyond the cinematography and high quality acting, I found no redeeming qualities in No Country for Old Men. Put simply, the story is obnoxious and its resolution completely abhorrent. I intensely disliked the screen writer for allowing Evil to walk away at the end of the film. There is no one to empathize with in the film. All the characters are loathsome, except the washed up sheriff, Tommy Lee Jones, who one can pity as an example of the walking dead. What has it come to in the film industry when despicable Evil justs walks away and is given the award for Best Film?