If you were to make a graph of a typical day's activities, it would go something like this: 45 percent of the day is spent watching awesome movie trailers, 20 percent of the day is spent sharing said awesome trailers with friends and 35 percent of the day is spent doing all the other stuff. This achievement in productivity is made possible due to the Internet, which allows us to re-watch great movie trailers as many times as we want -- for free.

Our friends over at Urlesque however have decided to scare us with World Without Internet Day, a horrifying alternate reality where the Internet never existed. It sounds like a bit of harmless speculation -- until you realize that a world without Internet, means a world where you cannot watch the new trailer for 'True Grit.'

We are seriously pumped for 'True Grit' -- a beautiful-looking remake of John Wayne's toughest Western, starring Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon and Josh Brolin, and directed by the Coen Brothers. But without the Internet, the only way to know what happens is by reading Urlesque's trailer recap.
True Grit
PG-132010
Based on 41 critics

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