Fri, 20 February 2015
In 2003, Clint Eastwood reinvented himself yet again as a director of high quality dramas when he adapted Dennis Lahane's gritty novel Mystic River about three childhood friends who find themselves on different sides of a murder investigation. Nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture, winning two for actors Tim Robbins and Sean Penn, this film has been one of Clint Eastwood's finest films. But does the film deserve the love or should it be sent to the bottom of titualar waterway? MovieDude, Kent and Lobster investigate.
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