"Gran Torino" w/Clint Eastwood

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  • JKTex

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    A must see!!!

    If this is the last big thing he does on the big screen, it's more than enough!

    :patriot:
     

    Mcoupe

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    I am looking forward to it. The GREAT thing is that my Dad used to own that car. Same color and stripe. I remember vomiting in it when I was 7.
     

    baboon

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    Out here by the lake!
    Guy I work with seen a bootleg said he had to buy it. Said he tought it was Clints was of flipping off at what's wrong with America. Told me the stacked like sand bags line.
     

    claymore504

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    It is good to hear all the positive feedback. I have wanted to see this movie soon!!! The previews are awesome. Maybe I will try to see it this weekend!
     

    onac255

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    can't wait to see this one. I went on Friday night but everybody and their mother was at the cinema me and the girlfriend went to and the guy selling tickets said we weren't going to find seating next to each other...definitely seeing it this week though.
     

    oldguy

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    Not a great movie by Eastwood's standards, typical liberal view points that have been standards for the past 30 years,old white war vet who dislikes immigrants but grows to love them because he sees the error of his ways. Wait and see it on tv.

    Personally I go to a movie for entertainment not to be enlightened, but I will add some good spots to movie but nothing like Forgiven. Just my 2 cents.
     

    robocop10mm

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    I saw it yesterday. Eastwood's performance was very good. Everyone else looked like rookie actors so their performances were kindo wooden.

    The racist, hatefilled, self loathing Korean war vet gains enlightenment and redemption through self sacrifice.

    No regrets in seeing it. 2 1/2 stars. Not as good as Unforgiven or Outlaw Kosie Wales but worth a gander.
     
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