True Grit John Wayne
January 9, 2011 by Post Team
True Grit John Wayne, “True Grit” – A new adaptation of the novel by Charles Portis (not a remake of 1969 film, John Wayne, G-rated on the video), “True Grit” is breathtaking. Yet it is problematic for college students because it depicts the dark anarchy, violence including gun and knife, draperies, fighting, abuse Occasional (if rather sweet) American Indian children and mistreatment of animals. This disorder is probably pretty intense and graphic for an R. For older teens and adults, however, that “True Grit” is a brilliantly spun yarn. Co-directors/writers Joel and Ethan Coen celebrate the language. Everyone speaks in a hilarious flowery literary style. It is the frontier after the Civil War. Wonderful 14-year-old Mattie Ross (Hailee Steinfeld) comes to Fort Smith, Arkansas; hire a lawyer to kill the thief (a frightening Josh Brolin), who murdered his father. She lands in a state of drunkenness and disorder-Marshal Rooster Cogburn (Jeff Bridges) and comic / heroic Texas Ranger LaBoeuf (Matt Damon). The three parties in an epic quest, strange.
In 1969, when “True Grit” played in theaters, the Americans were in search of heroes like John Wayne to show them the nobility. Today, there is much less of a hero, and we do not expect much nobility, even in movies. ”
I expect a large audience agreed. Not me, although I acknowledge the tug of emotions that O’Reilly knew he could tap when he wrote these words.
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