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​Trouble with the Curve

1 Star

I had high hopes for this movie.  I have been a Clint Eastwood fan all my life, but this movie did not ‘make my day’.  This movie had Clint portrayed as a mean spirited, grouchy old man, with sight issues.  The whole premise has his daughter following him around to be his Seeing Eye dog., yet he plays pool, and drives.  Justin Timberlake gave a shabby performance in a very forced love story that was meaningless involving Eastwood’s on screen daughter Amy Adams.  Adams has done some fine work in her short career; she is the only performance in this movie worth remembering.  My only hope is that this is not Eastwood’s last movie; I don’t want this to be my last impression of the man.

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