In 2007, the Coen Brothers released "No Country for Old Men," a neo-western thriller that left audiences on the edge of their seats. The film, based on Cormac McCarthy's novel of the same name, won four Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Supporting Actor for Javier Bardem's chilling portrayal of the antagonist, Anton Chigurh. The film follows the story of Llewelyn Moss, a hunter who stumbles upon a drug deal gone wrong and finds himself pursued by both the Mexican drug cartel and Chigurh, a hired hitman. Meanwhile, Sheriff Ed Tom Bell, played by Tommy Lee Jones, tries to make sense of the chaos and violence that has taken over his small Texas town.
"Taken" is a movie that was released in 2008, and it quickly became a box office hit. The film follows the story of a retired CIA agent, Bryan Mills, who is on a mission to rescue his daughter after she is kidnapped by human traffickers while on a trip to Paris. The movie is filled with action and suspense, and it is considered one of the best action thrillers of all time.