This feels like a film that knows itself and how to deal the cards. A little touch of the Coen Brothers’ True Grit (grizzled old guy looking after spirited young girl) but minus the bearded schnorring from pot-bellied Jeff Bridges and supplemented by some Tom Hanks kindness and fortitude. With bad guys and gunplay and the usual hygiene issues associated with the Old West. Directed and co-written by Paul Greengrass, based on a same-titled novel by Paulette Jiles. Lensing by the great Dariusz Wolski (The Counselor, The Martian, All the Money in the World, Sicario: Day of the Soldado). Music by James Newton Howard.