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Gran Torino
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Gran Torino 2009

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Crusty, inflexible Korean War veteran Walt Kowalski (Clint Eastwood) must confront his Hmong immigrant neighbors and his own long-held prejudices when the family's teen son, Tao, tries to steal Walt's beloved 1972 Gran Torino. Walt soon assumes the unlikely role of guardian angel to young Tao and his sister, who are vulnerable to disturbing gang influences in this intimate drama from 78-year-old director Eastwood.

Release Date:January 9th, 2009
MPAA Rating:R
Directed By:
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Gran Torino Movie Review by Martin (1/20/2010)

I was a tad disappointed with "Gran Torino," especially as its supposedly Clint Eastwoods last acting role.

I Have been brought up with Clint Eastwood, who is defently my dads favourite actor if nothing else. What disappointed me about this one is that it was advertised as "Dirty Harry as an old man" which it really...

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Gran Torino Movie Review by William (8/3/2009)

Clint Eastwood returns to acting afters 4 years off doing only directing and his performance is top notch and so is the movie. Gran Torino is a drama starring Eastwood as a former auto worker and a Korean War vet who had just lost his wife and has a hate for Hmong immigrants, even the people that live next door. His hate...

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Gran Torino Movie Review by Steven (6/13/2009)

Clint Eastwood has done more movies than I can remember, and almost all of them, which I have seen, are good to great. "Gran Torino" is one of his best. He plays a war veteran and hates everyone and everything around him except for his lovable dog Daisy. Recently widowed, he sits on his front proch drinking PBR beer and...

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Gran Torino Movie Review by Lloyd (3/22/2009)

Like the movie 'the wrestler' either you care about this racist character or you do not. It was hard at times to feel for this sad character though it looks and feels like a real person. Racism is an ugly word and it exists on every street, block and avenue, and here in this movie, the character Walt is such a mean,...

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Gran Torino Movie Review by James (3/20/2009)

Pretty good movie. A little bit too melodramatic, but it rather makes it look classic, like "an old good movie".

I was surprised to realize that such story was filmed nowadays. I could not help from having a buzz of deja-vu when watched it. Maybe it touched some childhood memories about Bruce Lee movies or something...

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