Director: Clint Eastwood Starring: Clint Eastwood, Bee Vang, Ahney Her, Christopher Carley, Doua Moua, Brian Haley, Geraldine Hughes, Dreama Walker, John Carroll Lynch, Chee Thao, Choua Kue, Brian Howe, Scott Eastwood
Certificate: 15 Running Time: 116 Minutes
Tagline: "Ever notice how you come across somebody every once in a while you shouldn't have messed with?"
He's been on our screens for over fifty years now, playing a huge variety of roles across most genres, but this film is apparently the last time we'll ever clap eyes upon the great Clint Eastwood. Unless we happen to know him in person, of course. He stated before Gran Torino was released that it was to be his last acting role, and at 78 years old who could blame him? A statement like that does bring with it a certain degree of expectation though. That may be true of any Clint film but his last ever? His legions of loyal fans will have been expecting nothing but the greatest of send-offs! Luckily for me I didn't find all this out until after I saw the film so I didn't go in with such an unreasonable level of expectation.
|"Get the hell off my muvvafukkin lawn, beeyatch"|
|"What in the blazes do you want, young rapscallion?"|
|Sue brings Walt to a family meal...|
|The Hmong gang try to convince Thao to join them...|
RKS Score: 8/10