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  • Gran Torino

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    8 posts, 8 voices, 585 views, started Jul 10, 2010

    Posted on Saturday, July 10, 2010

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      I finally watched it today!!! Wally reminded me so much of my father except he’s not as stubborn...happy I cried like a baby at the ending.... Loved the movie!!!heartheart

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          Mztracy wrote Jul 10, 2010
        • Loved this movie!!



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          Denise Richardson wrote Jul 10, 2010
        • heartYessssssssssss it was one of my favs from him.



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          Wookiemom09 wrote Jul 10, 2010
        • yes I enjoyed this.  I had to see it twice as my son had no idea what the racial slurs were outside of the “current standards” and spent half the movie explaining them.  he was shocked that ever acceptable language.  I never realized how much my father used those terms in the 70s.



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          Linni wrote Jul 11, 2010
        • wow.. i have never seen this movie! i need to find it! lol

          it looks good!



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          Kyah wrote Jul 11, 2010
        • I don’t think I’ve ever seen Eastwood in a ‘bad’ movie, because every movie he directs that Gemini knows which buttons to push in his audiences. I loved this movie, brought out all the emotions, and Clint is such a talent with those steely eyes (I remember him from Rawhide, which is when he was young and seriously good looking). His character’s colorful metaphors sent me into peals of laughter as some of those politically incorrect phrases I haven’t heard in decades. The ending made me cry, and I was angry that the movie didn’t win any Academy Awards because the message is simple yet flooring. In the words of my favorite movie critic Roger Ebert, I give this movie heart heart for sure!



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          Vikki Hall wrote Jul 11, 2010
        • I loved this movie! I have watched it a few times and each time I am moved by many emotions.



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