Yea, I saw it this weekend and loved Bridges in it, although it took me a while to settle into his role. The proper speech mixed with his slurred half-drunk drawl was hard to reconcile in my head. It was a distraction until the movie began to develop a bit. Overall he was really impressive... his delivery on the comedic bits was brilliant. He was probably the perfect actor for this role, although you could say that about a lot of his roles. I thought Steinfeld stole the show as Mattie. That's a tough part to play believably - can't come off as too young or too old and I thought she hit it perfectly. At times I felt like I was watching a young Jodie Foster. Damon was the weak link in my mind. I don't know, I'm a stickler for accents and his wasn't doing it for me. It was more "generic Hollywood southern accent" than Texan, and I couldn't get over that. I like a lot of his movies, but I think this role was a stretch for him. Glad I saw it. I wouldn't put it at the top of the Coen brother's hits but they did a really good job with it. Some great performances and I loved the cinematography.