After his next-door neighbor tries to steal his car, a hard-headed retired auto worker (Clint Eastwood) ends up trying to help the boy avoid a dangerous street gang.
Running time/rating: 1:56; rated R for language throughout, violence.
What they’re saying: “ ‘Gran Torino’ becomes more intriguing as the journey it takes us on evolves and grows darker, albeit with Eastwood’s trademark, no-nonsense aesthetic.” – Christy Lemire, Associated Press
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