Picks and Pans Review: 3 Reasons I Love Clint Eastwood
At age 78, the legendary star revs up a near-perfect performance—he says it'll likely be his last—in Gran Torino.
1 HE'S G-R-R-R-EAT Playing a bigoted widower living alone in a changing neighborhood, Eastwood growls more often than he speaks. And never has a grrrrr been so expressive.
2 HE ACTS HIS AGE In recent decades, Eastwood has abstained from chasing nymphets onscreen or pretending that it doesn't hurt when he gets slugged.
3 HE MAKES WRINKLES SEXY Crow's feet at the eyes? They only make Clint's squint even more menacing. Now if he'd just say, "Read my pruny lips," it'd make my day.
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