The second season of Anger Management is mostly a depressing slog, lacking even the calculated urgency that characterized the first season.
Hardly worth a double-dip, but No Country‘s ambient horror will pin you to the floor and slice into your neck with a taut handcuff chain.
The film dumps on audiences a plot that consists of 500-some-odd puzzle pieces that all come together exactly as you expect.
An unfortunately slim DVD package for the best Oscar top-dog since Clint Eastwood’s Million Dollar Baby.
The Coens bring a touch of levity to their adaptation of No Country for Old Men, though it’s the type of nervous humor born from relieving immense tension.