I'm saying it might be better than Fargo, it wasn't a definite. I have seen Fargo several times and it does hold a place in my Top 100 but I'm really not sure what Fargo does better than Miller's Crossing. The latter took me back to a stylistic (yet bloodier) look at older noir films which is why I admire it; similarly to last year's Brick. While the emotional involvement isn't on the same level as that of Fargo that, in a way, is sort of the point.
Anyway Rocky, No Country for Old Men should be awesome.
Also, any Von Trier fans here? I'm going to be watching Manderlay today.