The Coen brothers latest movie is a good old style western about a young 14-year-old girl's hunt for the man who murdered her father. She is assisted by a U.S. marshal[Jeff Bridges] and a Texas Ranger[Matt Damon]. Hailee Steinfeld is very convincing as the young girl Mattie Ross, even if the story maybe isn't totally believable or realistic.
I don't think it is in the league of e.g. Eastwood's Unforgiven, but it is entertaining, tough, funny at times and best of all there is certainly no political correctness on the menu in this movie. Life back then was tough and I think the movie shows this pretty well.
Some may find it a bit slow at times, but I kinda liked the pace and the action is never overdone or unrealistic. If you like a good western you'll probably be in good company with this movie.
The movie is a remake of a movie with the same title from 1969.