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By Robert Garver
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Movie Review: "The Mule"


Last updated 12/21/2018 at 12:49am


Clint Eastwood needed to redeem himself for "The 15:17 to Paris," his disastrous directorial effort from earlier this year where he cast real-life thwarters of a terrorist attack instead of professional actors to tell their story. I'm usually patronizing bad actors when I say that maybe their talents lie elsewhere, but in the case of that movie, I know for a fact that its leads excel in other, more important areas. I don't feel too bad saying that they should have stuck to being heroes and saving lives. The good news is that Eastwood has indeed achieved that much-needed redemption with "The...

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