Popcorn With Zenger: ‘Cry Macho’ May Be Clint Eastwood’s Low-Key Goodbye To The Western Genre 

  By Jacob Smith The legacy of Clint Eastwood has been set in stone with a resume that few in the history of Hollywood can even begin to touch. But at 91 years of age, the question has to be asked, have we reached the end of the road for Eastwood?


Not yet. Eastwood has not slowed down a bit in his advanced years, working both in front and behind the camera and his results have been pretty strong. He’s recently directed award-nominated films such as “Richard Jewell” and “Sully” that have added to his resume as one of Hollywood’s all-time greats. Eastwood’s directing style is as straightforward as they come, with bare-bones storytelling that is clean and right to the point. His latest project, “Cry Macho,” was 40 years in the making....

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Sep 20th 2021
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