Eastwood Gonzo Over A Grand Torino
Although Clint Eastwood looks more and more like Skeletor as the years go by, his work as a director continues to shine. Though he's been churning out dramas for the better part of the past 15 years, this time he's turning his sights to a coming-of-age comedy with Grand Torino, says MovieHole.net. The story revolves around the titled 1972 car as the prized possession of Walt -- a surly senior. When an Asian boy named Tao attempts to steal the car, Walt punishes him by giving him a job, teaching him the American language and making Tao spend time with him. Chaining him to a radiator this is not.
MovieHole.net also has a casting breakdown for the film. Granted, it's disjointed -- mixing character details with physical description. Honestly, it's mostly useless info such as Tao is "like an Asian Johnny Depp." However, there is a character named Smokie. There are definitely spoilers, mostly revolving around a rape scene. Wait. Wasn't this described as a coming-of-age comedy? Either Eastwood has a sick sense of humor or there's more depth to this project than the plot overview would have you believe.
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