Review: Earl Stone, a man in his 90’s becomes a delivery driver for a Mexican drug cartel.
Director: Clint Eastwood
Actors: Clint Eastwood, Patrick L. Reyes, Cesar De Leon, Gustavo Munoz, Jackie Prucha, Richard Herd, Adam Drescher, Christi McClintock, Keith Flippen, Alison Eastwood, Kinsley Isla Dillon, Dianne Wiest, Joe Knezevich, Megan Leahy, Taissa Farmiga, Austin Freeman, Victor Rasuk, Robert LaSardo, Saul Huezo, Lee Coc, Laurence Fishburne, Bradley Cooper, Michael Pena, Eugene Cordero, Noel Gugliemi, Jessica B. Wellington, Michael H. Cole, Charles Lawlor, Alan Heckner, James DeForest Parker and Andy Garcia
Genre: Crime, Drama and Thriller
In the first half of this film I did find it really slow to get moving but then gradually the film got better as it went along. The problem I had with this is that I didn’t feel sorry for any of the characters or even remotely like any of them. With this being a true story I feel like I should have liked it more. None of the story-line seemed to have grabbed my attention. There were a lot of scenes that seemed a bit odd to me and therefore would have been better edited out. It is a 2 hour film which it really doesn’t need to be. Even though Andy Garcia didn’t have much to do he was ready to accept any role in order to do a movie with Clint Eastwood. The actress who plays Clint Eastwood’s ex-wife is very good in this as she doesn’t have an easy role to pull off but does it very convincingly.