Gran Torino
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  • This movie was a really good movie, after all these years Eastwood can still deliver, I thought it was a bold move to make playing a racist man who seemingly hates everything and everyone, the character slowly unravels to reveal he is the exact opposite

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      This review may contain spoilers. In this film written and directed and starring Clint Eastwood. Walt (played by Eastwood) is in the midst of many changes in his life, his wife just died, his family are spoiled brats, and his neighbors are mostly Hmong immigrants. One of his neighbors Thao is in the meantime

      harassed by his older cousin to join his gang, his initiation happens to be Walt’s prized Gran Torino Ford, in a botched grand theft auto Thao barely escapes with his life. The next night his cousin’s gang are harassing him in Walt’s lawn, Walt points a shotgun at the hoodlums and they flee, his ...

      • new neighbors are now in Walt’s debt, Thao is forced to pay for trying to steal Walt’s car by working for him, at first wanting nothing to do with him, Walt eventually starts to like Thao, takes the boy under his wing and tries to teach him how to be a man, and how
        to do the right thing. This movie was a really good movie, after all these years Eastwood can still deliver, I thought it was a bold move to make playing a racist man who seemingly hates everything and everyone, the character slowly unravels to reveal he is the exact opposite. A really heartwarming movie.




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