What a fantastic film from an actor who still has what it takes to make a quality film.
This movie is a cautionary tale and has a strong ending...from a time when people stood by the truth no matter the consequences. A film that teaches a powerful lesson about family values that truly speaks to the professional working the rat race.
This motion picture is not one young children should watch. I think it is extremely dangerous to show young impressionable minds "good drug dealers" and "honor in selling or moving drugs." Further, the film has some minor scenes depicting racism and one scene showing a pedestrian being pulled over that was "scared for his life." Personally, I think both scenes were attempting to stand by a political position that truly were of no use to anyone. Can we stop with the forced political agenda's in every film already?
Perhaps the most egregious spots in this motion picture were the depictions of women dancing in bikini's. There are some suggestive shots of possible prostitution and a little hedonism thrown in for good measure. Nothing to write home about as the scenes in question are not gratuitous and show about as much skin as you would see at a beach circa 2019.
This film had very few instances of violence. In one scene a man threatens another with a firearm. Clint is put in a few precarious positions involving a firearm. One person is shot in the back and the scene is really over before it starts. It's truly a shame as I would have loved to see Clint shoot a few punks for good measure.
Last and certainly least is this nonsense about consumerism. News flash, consumerism is what keeps us going. What's wrong with selling a product or depicting people *gasp* making money by selling goods and services through a free market? The inclusion of consumerism into the rating criteria on this site is the absolute height of tedium and so are the people who add it to their reviews.
This title contains:
Positive role models
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking