You could say I'm a considerably huge Clint Eastwood fan, I celebrate the man's whole career and love most of his work. As a director, I think he's been solid overall, making a handful of classic films along the way. As watchable as it is, The Mule is not one of them. It could be the last big thing we see from Eastwood's career, and if so, then it's not a bad note to go out on, but it's not his best, and it doesn't have to be. He's proven himself a hundred times over, and this is the film he wanted to make. The Mule is a fine movie to watch, and Eastwood plays a very subdued character, unlike his role in Gran Tarino where he still had shades of his bad boy past. He's softer, he's passive, he's what you expect a man of this age to be...and in that way, he played it perfectly.
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The Mule (2018)
The Mule is a movie starring Bradley Cooper, Clint Eastwood, and Manny Montana. A 90-years-old horticulturist and Korean War veteran turns in a drug mail for a Mexican cartel.
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2001. Earl Stone is a 73-years-old gardener obsessed with his work as horticulturist and the florist conventions where he win prizes by his dedication to daylilies. Living in Illionis and divorced many years ago of Mary, the relation with her and his estranged daughter Iris worsens after Earl forgets Iris' wedding by assisting to another convention, with his granddaughter Ginny as only one who defends him. His attempt to reconcile with them ends very bad, and Earl turns in a goner for all them. 17 years later, Internet has ruined a 90-years-old Earl's life, his house is noticed of eviction and his business is under foreclose. After a tense meeting between Earl with Iris and Mary after appear at Ginny's feast for announcing her incoming wedding, a friend of Ginny closes Earl to offer a new business: drive from Texas to Illinois transporting bags to win fast money. Unknown for Earl, a DEA's agent recently transferred from Washington DC to Chicago called Colin Bates starts an ...
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Far from a classic, but an OK Eastwood flickReviewed byumimelectricVote: 7/10
Clint Eastwood continues to excel as actor and director in his latest production, The Mule. The story appears simple: a 90-year-old man serves as a drug mole for the Mexican Drug Cartel. But as we all know, the real story is in the details and that's where Eastwood's craft shines. Issues of family separation, lost career, and maneuvering through the harsh realities of the underworld drug trade provide viewers with the winding road of a mule. The major cast members - Alison Eastwood, Dianne Weist ,Taissa Farmiga, Michael Pena, Laurence Fishburne and Andy Garcia - serve as major family, drug cartel and DEA functionary characters, with Bradley Cooper portrays the second male lead with quiet efficiency. The remaining cast appears as almost faceless characters conducting tedious details of life, work and drug world enforcement. The key to the success of The Mule is that we know the ending, but, again, the details are the magic attracting audiences. I'm sure viewers will thoroughly enjoy this new masterpiece from Eastwood.
In my personal opinion no one does a slow burn better then Mr. Eastwood. His cinematography, lighting and ambience develops slowly... he's in no hurry to tell his story and that's what makes him such a great storyteller. We experience the anxiety of his first few trips and along with everyone else in the theatre...we wait for the other shoe to drop. His showcased advanced age along with his hunched posture and shuffled walk in this film is the perfect antagonist for what is expected and asked of him. We are privy to comparisons of his choices of work over family. Eastwood seems to have no regret or recollection of his daughters wedding whilst receiving an award for his prized lilies. He continues to be the "Mule" knowing all too well the consequences of his actions. Redemption is a very big price. Eastwood shines here. Don't expect a lot of action... but this film is a study in character... which is what Eastwood does best.