In 1928, single mother Christine Collins (Jolie) comes home from work to discover her 10-year-old son Walter missing. When the LAPD returns a boy to her months later, Christine insists that he's not her son--and she's not the only one to say so, as political and police corruption and cover-ups lead down some very disturbing paths. Eastwood creates another superb film in yet another genre (horror for adults), showcasing an Oscar-worthy performance by Jolie, who flaunts her acting chops more than her beauty, while Malkovich is typically intense and captivating, further elevating this harrowing story to the cinematic stratosphere. Loosely based on the crimes known as the "Wineville Chicken Murders."
The best Clint Eastwood films typically deal with people caught in complex, morally gray situations. The heroes of Unforgiven, Mystic River, and Million Dollar Baby are all faced with tough decisions and questions without easy answers. The man who made his legacy playing violent heroes in spaghetti westerns understands that ...Read More
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