Gran Torino
Curmudgeonly Korean War vet Walt must confront his Hmong immigrant neighbors -- and his own prejudices -- when their teenage son Thao tries to steal Walt's beloved 1972 Gran Torino. Walt soon assumes the unlikely role of guardian angel to young Thao.

Scott Hardie: “It ruled.”

Eastwood doesn't fake racism very well, but at 78, he can still play damn mean. His version of Crash is completely predictable, but done very well, with a strong cast and Eastwood's trademark understatement. His last performance is a sharp one.

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Amy Austin: It did rule. − November 14, 2009 • more by Amy

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