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Long-time Eastwood fans may enjoy his latest/last.
You’ve simply got to see it.
It almost smacks of fantasy, Aaron Yap writes.
It’s no Favourite of Katie Parker’s.
It’s downright weird.
Provides just enough CGI, chills, spills, laughs and thrills.
Gut-wrenchingly familiar and relatable to anyone who has ever been sad or awkward or a teenager.
May heat up your déjà vu meter, writes Aaron Yap.
Reaches right into your heart for squeezes both gentle and much more crushing.
Might not do a lot differently to its predecessors, but conclusion does series proud.
3 of the 4 family members were totally rapt with the film.
A rare period drama that goes beyond merely re-hashing a sensationalised past.
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