Skip to main content
True Grit Movie Poster
Ratings & Reviews

True Grit

(2010)

Rated PG-13 for some intense sequences of western violence including disturbing images.

PG-13 In Theaters 12/22/2010 , 110min.
Share this movie on
Viewer Score
86%
Viewer score based on 776 ratings
80%
Critic score based on 41 reviews

Your Reviews

Sign In to leave a review for True Grit
 
November 19, 2012
rg00000000132369
I like the braids
September 05, 2011
rynmcpherson
I'm getting pretty irritated with these people saying crap like \"i can't believe they remade this movie\" and \"they completely ruined the ending\" and so on.... my response...READ THE FREAKING BOOK!!!!!!! They did NOT remake the old one, they readapted the book!!! they didn't even have the old one in mind when they made it!! the old one, hardly stuck to the book at all,
August 27, 2011
riohondo30
GREAT MOVIE! SHOULDVE BEEN BEST MOVIE OF THE YEAR!
June 30, 2011
xw00000000094425
Don,t even bother,john wayne as Rooster Cogburn was far, far superior,one star for Jeff Bridges.
June 21, 2011
rfswampfox
I can't really compare the two film versions, apples and oranges, but the new adaptation remains far more faithful to both the book and to the times portrayed. Bridges' performance is the real standout feature here, easily among the two or three finest western character performances in American cinema. One unintended continuity flaw in the closing moments of the narrative, but measured against

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Variety
Rather than a case of the Dude doing the Duke, Bridges' irascible old cuss is a genuine original who feels larger than the familiar saga that contains him. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
True Grit has sweep and scope and entertainment value to burn, but it's Mattie who invests even the grandest aesthetic elements with meaning. Full Review
Bill Goodykoontz
Arizona Republic
A gorgeously shot, well-acted Western that resonates more the more you let it settle. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
The original "True Grit" might have been eclipsed by John Wayne's larger-than-life persona, but the Coen brothers' remake is an ensemble piece that feels freshly their own. Full Review
David Denby
The New Yorker
For the Coens, the plot elements are a given; the telling is all. [20 & 27 Dec. 2010, p. 144] Full Review
My Settings

You are currently subscribed as: {email}


Subscriptions

Get the latest reviews, movie news, photos, and trailers sent straight to your inbox.

Weekly Newsletter

Daily alerts

Movies

You're not following any movies.

These are the movies you’re currently following.


    Update settings
    X