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Not bad but not perfect
Crash was a good movie that hit its stride in parts. My main complaint would be that it tried to focus on too many subjects. If it would have picked maybe 2 or 3 main aspects and really developed those ideas then I would have enjoyed it a lot more. Certain scenes were done beautifully and really captured my attention. On the other hand, the ending didn't really connect all the dots and have that aha moment. I understood it, just didn't really love it. The direction was very good and held it together along with the acting. I can't say it doesn't deserve Best Picture because I haven't seen any others that really deserve that title, but nevertheless good job.
No Country for Old Men (2007)
A True Work of Art - by two of the best directors of our time
No Country for Old Men is a uniquely clever, hauntingly intriguing work of art crafted by the Coen Brothers. The ending leaves you gasping for more; some critics interpret this as a terrible end to a terrible movie, but I believe it only makes the movie better.
The entire movie, scene after scene, builds up chilling suspense, so much so as to have the viewers wanting that perfect resolute ending so badly that when it doesn't come, they feel betrayed, empty, and therefore hate the movie. But for those who understand that every story does not have a resolute ending, it truly is a masterful work of art. Watch it for it is, a suspenseful thriller that shows us why this country is not for old men. There is no resolute ending, therefore, it is open to the viewer to interpret it however they desire to. As stated earlier, I chose to interpret it as a uniquely clever, hauntingly intriguing work of art crafted by the Coen Brothers.