True Grit

True Grit

Following the murder of her father by hired hand Tom Chaney, 14-year-old farm girl Mattie Ross sets out to capture the killer. To aid her, she hires the toughest U.S. Marshal she can find, a man with "true grit," Reuben J. "Rooster" Cogburn. Mattie insists on accompanying Cogburn, whose drinking, sloth, and generally reprobate character do not augment her faith in him. Against his wishes, she joins him in his trek into the Indian Nations in search of Chaney. They are joined by Texas Ranger LaBoeuf, who wants Chaney for his own purposes. The unlikely trio find danger and adventure on the journey, and each has his or her "grit" tested.

Following the murder of her father by an outlaw named Tom Chaney, feisty 14-year-old farm girl Mattie Ross sets out to track the killer and avenge her father. To aid her, she hires an aging U.S. marshal, a man with "true grit", and another lawman. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


True Grit torrent reviews

Ben L (jp) wrote: I definitely could enjoy a realistic cop drama starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena as partners. I mean these guys are totally charming and you can tell they're having a blast. Throw in a little Anna Kendrick and I am a happy camper, even if she did feel a bit out of place in this movie. There's nothing wrong with showing the day-to-day adventures of cops in a dangerous city, and most of the things they did in this movie came across as extremely authentic (as if a police consultant was always right next to them every moment, showing them how it's done.) There's just 2 faults that I found in the film that make it one that I will probably never watch again, and one that I can't rate higher. First is a pet peeve of mine that I know others don't mind as much as me, but I prefer a better narrative structure that connects one scene to the next. The movie feels very choppy as it bounces from one night to a different night that could be a week or month later with no warning. The movie lacks some cohesion in my opinion because of the choices they make in how to tell the story.The second, and easily the biggest flaw I find in End of Watch, is that it's a stupid found-footage film!! I'm sorry, I know there are people who might enjoy that, but it is an awful way of making movies. They never have a logical explanation for all the shots, so I'm constantly asking myself "Well, who put a camera there?" or "Why would anyone film this?" Then there is the constant need for people to reference the camera's presence with phrases like "Get that camera out of my face!" or "You can't film this." Naturally there are excuses for why people have cameras that is written into the script in some ham-fisted way, but it never makes sense. I want to appreciate the positives in this movie but I'm constantly annoyed, distracted, and even a little bit nauseated by the shaking camera. There is nothing about this film that is made better by the found-footage/documentary style of presentation. It's a shame because there are moments that could be brilliant, and I can't say I was ever bored by End of Watch, but I'll gladly never watch it again.

Douglas M (nl) wrote: another danny dyer film , playing the same kinda character that he does in most films , average

Mark M (es) wrote: [font=Georgia][size=1]I've evolved into something of a documentary nut of late, and I've been loving everything I get my hands on. This one happens to be about Vietnam and everything encompassing it--mainly focusing on the [/size][/font][size=-1][font=Georgia][size=1]GI antiwar movement. It serves as a cautionary tale that is incredibly similar to our current predicament. Unfortunately, the American public is prone to blackouts in their memory of history and our country. Thank the media for brainwashing the sense out of all of us. The more things change, the more they stay the same.[/size][/font] [/size]

Joyce J (ru) wrote: interesting, stephen fung directs better on movie than tv

Douglas J (ca) wrote: This is not an introduction to the man, and I've never read any of his books or even heard of him till this hear, but even so I dug it plenty.

Luke W (fr) wrote: Excellent doc about the colony living in an abandoned NY subway tunnel. Recommended by James Julian, good shout bro


Mique W (es) wrote: Deep, insightful, and, darkly funny. Felidae builds plenty of suspense towards the end and offers much payoff.

Richard K (ag) wrote: I worked on KING FRAT (1979) as a production assistant for 5 weeks, at $250.00 a week, good money in 1979. I also appear in the opening credits, mooning people, bathtub scene, and "menacingly wielding baseball bats" in "Frat Initiation" scene. This was the first film I worked on, it was a lot of fun. Before KING FRAT, I was a Corporal in the US Marines. After KING FRAT, I earned a BA in film production at Temple University. Then a 22 year career as a Thoroughbred racehorse Trainer, and for the last 20 years, have been a cop. I look back on KING FRAT as a fun "lark" in my youth.

Lilian W (au) wrote: What a boring experience! Watching Luis Buuel for the very first time, I chose his very last work and I was very disappointed for a number of reasons.1- Visually, the film is not that impressive; lighting was supposed to be more subtle to highlight the sensuality of nude figures, instead it was monotone-sly bright and quite irritating at places. Buuel's artistic vision is not that unique, in fact the film reminded me of some Egyptian cheap flicks that were shot in Lebanon during the 70's. 2- The acting was awful from all three lead characters. I never really felt that Mateo is burning for Conchita nor did I feel his pain when she manipulated him. 3- Conchita herself: I like the idea of casting two actresses to play the part, but they both failed to embody the surreal nature of the character; they were both more hysterical and psychopathic than mysterious and the Zero-Chemistry with Fernando Rey did not help either.4- The political tone in the film was completely out of place and not really in parallel or harmony with the main story. That ending scene was so bad it made me laugh. Still have three other films to watch by Buuel, I hope he does not continue to disappoint.

Anne F (nl) wrote: An intriguing film retelling three stories by Guy de Maupassant, on the theme of pleasure, although it seemed that there was more pain than pleasure in the stories told. The sound of the film is beguiling, and I can't really describe quite what it was that intrigued me so much. A nice surprise was to see Jean Gabin in the second story.

Logan M (us) wrote: Permission to speak freely. 2008 was not an entirely memorable year for movies. "The Dark Knight" and "WALL-E" were really the only lasting films from that year, but something had to win Best Picture.

JeanAntoine B (us) wrote: A father that loves his daughter and goes to find her even if it's impossible to succeed.

Zack H (ru) wrote: It's exactly what you think it is.