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True Grit review by ibnlive.com
True Grit critic rating (ibnlive.com): 3.5
True Grit review by Times of India
True Grit critic rating (Times of India): 4
True Grit review by rediff.com
True Grit critic rating (rediff.com): 3.5
True Grit review by Mumbai Mirror
True Grit critic rating (Mumbai Mirror): 3
 
 

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  • Pritam Roy

    True Grit movie review

    True Grit rating: 7 out of 10

    By Pritam Roy(25 Feb 2011)

    True Grit is about finding True Grit in others and most unlikely places including yourself. It's the story of a fiesty 14 year old, Mattie Ross (played by newcomer Hailee Steinfeld in a dream debut) out to avenge the death of her father. True Grit is a film with actual heart - one fuelled by retribution, bloodshed and black humour, but with a heart nevertheless.

    I have not seen the earlier movie based on a bleak Charles Portis novel. The Coen brothers, I believe have stuck to the story, more faithfully than the original movie, which got Mr. John Wayne an Oscar. ... » read more

  • Anonymous

    Better Than The Old One

    True Grit rating: 0 out of 10

    By Anonymous (25 Feb 2011)

    Let's get the comparisons with Henry Hathaway's version of the Charles Portis novel out of the way. The Coen Brothers certainly knew that, however much they want to 'go back to the source material,' their film would play against Hathaway's version.

    The Hathaway version, while tampering with details from the Portis original, remains strikingly true to its story and theme. This is most clear in the dialog - the decision not to tamper with Portis' language was decisive for the making of that film. The Coens' tampering with the novel is more subtle than Hathaway's ... » read more

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