Popular No Country for Old Men Quotes
Look at that fucking bone.Boy on Bike
Llewelyn Moss: What's this guy supposed to be, the ultimate badass?
Carson Wells: Mmm, no, you don't understand. He'd kill you just for... inconveniencing him.
Carson Wells: Call me when you've had enough. I can even let you keep a little of the money.
Llewelyn Moss: If I was cuttin' deals, why wouldn't I go deal with this guy Chigurh?
Carson Wells: No no. No. You don't understand. You can't make a deal with him. Even if you gave him the money he'd still kill you. He's a peculiar man. You could even say that he has principles. Principles that transcend money or drugs or anything like that. He's not like you. He's not even like me.
Llewelyn Moss: He don't talk as much as you, I give him points for that.
Gas Station Guy: I didn't put nothin' up.
Anton Chigurh: Yes, you did. You've been putting it up your whole life you just didn't know it. You know what date is on this coin?
Gas Station Guy: No.
Anton Chigurh: 1958. It's been traveling 22 years to get here. And now it's here. And it's either heads or tails. And you have to say. Call it.
Gas Station Guy: Look, I need to know what I stand to win.
Anton Chigurh: Everything.
Gas Station Guy: How's that?
Anton Chigurh: You stand to win everything. Call it.
Carson Wells: Buenos dias. I'm guessing this isn't the future you had pictured for yourself when you first clapped eyes on that money. Don't worry, I'm not the man who's after you.
Llewelyn Moss: I know that. I've seen him.
Carson Wells: You've seen him? And you're not dead? Huh.
Llewelyn Moss: Well how would you describe him?
Carson Wells: Well I guess I'd say he doesn't have a sense of humor. His name is Chigurh.
Llewelyn Moss: Sugar?
Carson Wells: Chigurh. Anton Chigurh.
You can't stop what's coming.Ellis
Boy on Bike: Mister? You got a bone stickin' out your arm.
Anton Chigurh: Let me just sit here a minute.
Carla Jean Moss: You don't have to do this.
Anton Chigurh: [smiles] Everybody says that.
Okay. Two of 'em. Both had my father. It's peculiar. I'm older now then he ever was by twenty years. So in a sense he's the younger man. Anyway, first one I don't remember so well but it was about money and I think I lost it. The second one, it was like we was both back in older times and I was on horseback goin' through the mountains of a night. Goin' through this pass in the mountains. It was cold and snowin', hard ridin'. Hard country. He rode past me and kept on goin'. Never said nothin' goin' by. He just rode on past and he had his blanket wrapped around him and his head down and when he rode past I seen he was carryin' fire in a horn the way people used to do and I could see the horn from the light inside of it. About the color of the moon. And in the dream I knew that he was goin' on ahead and that he was fixin' to make a fire somewhere out there in all that dark and all that cold, and I knew that whenever I got there he would be there. Out there up ahead. And then I woke up.Ed Tom Bell
Wendell: That's very linear Sherrif.
Ed Tom Bell: Well, age will flatten a man.
Ed Tom Bell: Now that's aggrevatin'.
Ed Tom Bell: [points to a bottle of milk] Still sweatin'.
Wendell: Whoa, Sheriff! We just missed him! We gotta circulate this!
Ed Tom Bell: Well, okay. What do we circulate? Lookin' for a man who recently drunk milk?