True Grit

True Grit

  • Director: Ethan Coen, Joel Coen
  • Writer: Joel Coen,Ethan Coen,Charles Portis
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: English
  • Release date: December 22, 2010
  • Runtime: 1h 50min
  • Sound mix: SDDS, DTS, Dolby Digital
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35 : 1
  • Also known as: True Grit: Báo Thù
  • "True Grit" is a western adventure film produced by Paramount Pictures, co-directed by Ethan Coen and Joel Coen , starring Jeff Bridges , Hailee Steinfeld , Matt Damon , and Josh James Brolin . The film was released in the United States on December 22, 2010.
    Based on Charles Portis 's novel of the same name, the film is set in the Western United States in the 1870s. It tells the story of a 14-year-old girl who was accompanied by two police officers to track down the murderer of her father in an unfriendly Indian territory   .


    • Release date December 22, 2010
    • Filming locations New Mexico, USA
    • Production companies Paramount Pictures, Skydance Media, Scott Rudin Productions

    Box office


    $38,000,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada


    Opening weekend US & Canada


    Gross worldwide


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    • By Darien 2022-04-24 07:01:03

      I hope she can use the accumulation of her life to reap an extraordinary life

      I watched it off and on three or four times and finally finished watching "Thunderbolt"

      The Coen brothers tell a story that ends up being slightly bleak in uncharacteristic textbook western style

      In the snow and the cold wind, there is a 14-year-old girl and a 50-year-old one-eyed law enforcement officer with a hangover

      The English film of "The Earth Strikes Thunder" is "True Grit", and the "grit" refers to the heroine, the 14-year-old girl, who has the courage and strength...

    • By Demarco 2022-04-24 07:01:03

      Some thoughts after watching the old version

      When Duke Bridges made the film, he was about the same age as Duke Wayne, who was about 61 years old. I watched the new version first and then the old version, so I compared the duke with the governor during the viewing process, and the conclusion is that they are comparable. Just like the performance of the two films, they are all western scenery, the old version is charming and colorful, and the new version is bleak and chilling, each with its own advantages.

      So did the two little...

    • By Vincent 2022-04-23 07:01:23

      poetic west

      The main line is that the girl hired a law enforcement officer to avenge her father, and the revenge was bumpy all the way, and the girl lost an arm. The main line is that the LaBoeudf mounted police hunt down the killer for the bounty. The three of them travel together for a common goal. The long journey of the three is full of ups and downs.

      After shooting Chaney, Rooster took Mattie to the hut on the way. Rooster ran as fast as he could, ridges,...

    • By Austin 2022-04-23 07:01:23

      True Grit---a dirge, dedicated to the lost western wasteland

      This is a tribute to an era. In the western United States, where the Civil War just ended in the 1870s, the vast land was sparsely populated, the laws were not perfect, and the wasteland was full of wanted criminals, old sheriffs and rewarders. Golden Hunter. It was also at that time that 14-year-old Ross, after his father was killed along with many others there, decided to embark on the road of seeking revenge, and traveled several states with the old sheriff who was addicted...

    • By Liana 2022-04-23 07:01:23


      In the third year of junior high school, I played this film every day before going to bed. I am not bored. It took me into that West countless times. There, you can perform justice by yourself, you can be stubborn, and you can stay in touch with the entire gigantic world.

      That's the edge of the world, where you don't have to doubt the meaning of existence, and nothing is free except the grace of God. You are not morally responsible for the turbid world, and justice is no longer...

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    • By Blanche 2023-09-18 07:43:28

      Second brush, awesome ゚∀゚d awesome...

    • By Celestine 2023-08-31 02:08:08

      Another masterpiece by Cohen that surpasses the original western epic in all respects, Bridges' character reminds me of Eastwood in "Classic Cars," and the sunset is infinitely better just near dusk. The soundtrack, rhythm, photography, and story are all near...

    • By Emma 2023-08-05 07:05:05

      The first intuition is that this Cohen is not anti-type. Even if you don't know the relevant religious allusions, you can still see the solidity of Cohen's script and its incomparably melodious soundtrack. The power of vengeance, the power of women, is like a great bullet. Guns have recoil, and there are people who turn their backs after shooting, and there are always repeated sorrows. The gun may be misfired, it has the grace destined by God, and there is always the last side that has not...

    • By Georgianna 2023-07-13 01:49:39

      I really like the color and composition of the film. As for the content, it's just so-so, and it's far worse than the previous...

    • By Leola 2023-06-02 11:56:27

      Love the last shot so...

    Movie plot

    In the 1870s, shortly after the end of the Civil War, 14-year-old girl Marty Ross ( Hailee Steinfeld ) came to Fort Smith, Arkansas, to find her homicide.
    The person Rose was looking for was Tom Chaney ( played by Josh Brolin ) . He shot and killed her father for the robbery of two gold bars, and then fled to Indian territory. In order to find Chaney and bring him to justice, Rose decides to seek the help of the grumpy old drunk sheriff...
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    Evaluation action

    The Coen Brothers' "Tear of the Earth" is not a remake of the 1969 Western classic. To be precise, it is an adaptation that is truly loyal to the soul of the original. The core is not how to revenge this process, but the revenge as these strangers. The adventure, describing their characters in the adventure, showing the "old dragon-like" kind of fondness and enmity that the Coen brothers liked, in line with every detail of the fallen...
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    Movie quotes

    • Mattie Ross: I'll call him 'Little Blackie'.

      Stableboy: That's a good name.

      Mattie Ross: What does he like for a treat?

      Stableboy: Well ma'am, he's a horse. So he likes apples.

      Mattie Ross: Thank Mr Stonehill for me.

      Stableboy: No ma'am, I ain't supposed to utter your name.

    • Rooster Cogburn: I'm not a sharper. I am an old man sleeping on a rope bed in a room behind the Chinese grocery. I have nothing.

      Mattie Ross: You want to be kept in whiskey.

      Rooster Cogburn: I don't have to buy that, I confiscate it. I am an officer of the court. Ah, thank you. $100, that's the rate.

      Mattie Ross: I shall not niggle. Can we depart this afternoon?

    • LaBoeuf: I was within three hundred yards of Chelmsford once. The closest I have been. With a Sharp's carbine that is within range, but I was mounted and had the choice of firing off-hand or dismounting to shoot from rest, which would allow Chelmsford to augment the distance. I fired mounted... and fired wide.

      Rooster Cogburn: You cannot hit a man three hundred yards if your gun was resting on Gibraltar.

      LaBoeuf: The Sharp's carbine is an instrument of uncanny balance and precision.

      Rooster Cogburn: I've no doubt that the gun is sound.