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‘Cry Macho’ Review: Clint Eastwood’s Mexico-Set Ancient-Cowboy-Meets-Troubled-Teen Afterschool Special

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Owen Gleiberman Chief Film CriticAt 91, Clint Eastwood still knows how to direct a movie with a nice, clean leisurely classical sparseness, something you wish more directors knew how to do (or wanted to).

As a filmmaker, Eastwood has earned the right to be called ageless. As an actor, though, he’s not trying to hide his age. In “Cry Macho,” he plays a broken-down horse breeder and former rodeo rider who is given the task of going down to Mexico City to retrieve a 13-year-old boy, Rafael (Eduardo Minnett), and drive him back to Texas.

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