Movie Review: CRY MACHO

Movie Review: CRY MACHO


Director: Clint Eastwood
Starring: Clint Eastwood, Eduardo Minnett, Dwight Yoakam, Natalia Traven

Clint Eastwood may be in his nineties, but he’s not slowing down as a director and actor. His latest film Cry Macho finds him back in the saddle as an aging cowboy. Eastwood’s character, Mike Milo, was once a prized rodeo star winning many titles and ribbons, but alcohol and accidents got the best of him. It’s now 1979 and his friend, Howard (Dwight Yoakam), asks Mike to head down to Mexico to rescue his son and bring him back to Texas. Mike agrees and convinces Howard’s son Raphael “Rafo” (Eduardo Minnett) to leave his mom and his street life behind to be with the dad he rarely knows. Being the rugged guy Mike is makes him a fish out of water in Mexico.  He relies on Rafo and their newfound friendship to make their way safely across the border. Now in theaters and streaming on HBO Max

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