“No Country For Old Men,” review by Carol Cling

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After the Coens’ misguided “Ladykillers” remake and their tepid romantic comedy “Intolerable Cruelty,” this return to the literal (and psychological) terrain of their arresting 1984 debut, “Blood Simple,” results in the Coens’ best movie since 1996’s “Fargo.” Read more

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Carol Cling

Carol Cling

Carol Cling served as the Las Vegas Review-Journal's film critic for more than 30 years, reviewing movies and covering movie and TV production in Las Vegas, from Casino to CSI. An honors graduate of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, she also has studied film at the American Film Institute and the BBC