The Mule drives in the slow lane and nearly gets a flat tyre. This is a major step up from Eastwood's previous directorial efforts with the absurdly boring 'The 15:17 to Paris'. A cast of talented actors, including himself, and a premise that beco... Read the full review »
loosely based on true events, something Clint Eastwood seems to like going for when directing. This film surprised me.
Not only because Eastwood is stepping into a leading role for the first time in a good few years but also because his skill has... Read the full review »