No country for no retirement planning

Michael Burnham

I thought "No Country For Old Men" was one of the Coen brothers' better films, and I was disappointed it didn't win the Golden Globe for Best Picture. Hopefully, that's not a harbinger of Oscar things to come.

Thinking about hitting your neighborhood giga-plex to see it? You're in for one terrific -- albeit, unrelentingly violent -- ride. And I'm about to blow the ending, so stop reading here.

If you've seen or it (or don't care to), and want to learn what in the world this film said to me about retirement planning, well, here goes.