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* RealitySubtext: The line, "This is the last one. So help me, God, this is the last one" played over the trailer applies [[OneLastJob in-universe]] but also has implications for the eighty-eight year old Eastwood taking another, possibly final, round starring in a film he also directs. It's quite similar to the atmosphere surrounding 2008's ''Film/GranTorino'', which was also speculated to be the last starring role of Eastwood's lengthy career.

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* RealitySubtext: The line, "This is the last one. So help me, God, this is the last one" played over the trailer applies [[OneLastJob in-universe]] but also has strong implications for the eighty-eight year old Eastwood taking another, possibly final, round starring in a film he also directs. It's quite similar to the atmosphere surrounding 2008's ''Film/GranTorino'', which was also speculated to be the last starring role of Eastwood's lengthy career.


* RealLifeRelative: Creator/ClintEastwood's daughter Alison also has a role in the film.

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* RealLifeRelative: Creator/ClintEastwood's daughter Alison also has a role in the film.film (Iris).


* PlayingAgainstType: Contrary to the gruff, violent, slightly antisocial old man that Eastwood has been playing for decades as exemplified by Walt Kowalski in ''Film/GranTorino'', his character here is pretty charming and gregarious, as well as prone to talk his way out of tight spots rather than fight or threaten, even though he uses some racial slur casually without meaning harm.

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* PlayingAgainstType: Contrary to the gruff, violent, slightly antisocial old man that Eastwood has been playing for decades as exemplified by Walt Kowalski in ''Film/GranTorino'', his character here is pretty charming and gregarious, as well as prone to talk his way out of tight spots rather than fight or threaten, even though he uses some racial slur slurs casually without meaning harm.


* PlayingAgainstType: Contrary to the gruff, violent, slightly antisocial old man that Eastwood has been playing for decades and examplified by [[Film/GranTorino Walt Kowalski]], his character here is pretty charming and gregarious, as well as prone to talk his way out of tight spots rather than fight or threaten, even though he uses some racial slur casually without meaning harm.

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* PlayingAgainstType: Contrary to the gruff, violent, slightly antisocial old man that Eastwood has been playing for decades and examplified as exemplified by [[Film/GranTorino Walt Kowalski]], Kowalski in ''Film/GranTorino'', his character here is pretty charming and gregarious, as well as prone to talk his way out of tight spots rather than fight or threaten, even though he uses some racial slur casually without meaning harm.


* PlayingAgainstType: Contrary to the gruff, violent, slightly antisocial old man that Eastwood has been playing for decades, his character here is pretty charming and gregarious, as well as prone to talk his way out of tight spots rather than fight or threaten, even though he uses some racial slur casually without meaning harm.

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* PlayingAgainstType: Contrary to the gruff, violent, slightly antisocial old man that Eastwood has been playing for decades, decades and examplified by [[Film/GranTorino Walt Kowalski]], his character here is pretty charming and gregarious, as well as prone to talk his way out of tight spots rather than fight or threaten, even though he uses some racial slur casually without meaning harm.


* RealitySubtext: The line, "This is the last one. So help me, God, this is the last one" played over the trailer applies [[OneLastJob in-universe]] but also has implications for the eighty-eight year old Eastwood taking another, possibly final, round starring in a film he also directs. Similar to the atmosphere surrounding 2008's ''Film/GranTorino'' which was also speculated to be the last starring role of Eastwood's lengthy career.

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* RealitySubtext: The line, "This is the last one. So help me, God, this is the last one" played over the trailer applies [[OneLastJob in-universe]] but also has implications for the eighty-eight year old Eastwood taking another, possibly final, round starring in a film he also directs. Similar It's quite similar to the atmosphere surrounding 2008's ''Film/GranTorino'' ''Film/GranTorino'', which was also speculated to be the last starring role of Eastwood's lengthy career.


* PlayingAgainstType: Contrary to the gruff, violent, slightly antisocial old man that Eastwood has been playing for decades, his character here is charming and gregarious, as well as prone to talk his way out of tight spots rather than fight or threaten, even though he uses some racial slur casually without meaning harm.

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* PlayingAgainstType: Contrary to the gruff, violent, slightly antisocial old man that Eastwood has been playing for decades, his character here is pretty charming and gregarious, as well as prone to talk his way out of tight spots rather than fight or threaten, even though he uses some racial slur casually without meaning harm.


* PlayingAgainstType: Contrary to the gruff, violent, slightly antisocial old man that Eastwood has been playing for decades, his character here is charming and gregarious, as well as prone to talk his way out of tight spots rather than fight or threaten.

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* PlayingAgainstType: Contrary to the gruff, violent, slightly antisocial old man that Eastwood has been playing for decades, his character here is charming and gregarious, as well as prone to talk his way out of tight spots rather than fight or threaten.threaten, even though he uses some racial slur casually without meaning harm.

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* EnforcedMethodActing: Music/TobyKeith was sick the day he recorded the soundtrack song "Don't Let the Old Man In", which ended up fitting the weary, weathered sound that Eastwood was looking for.

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* PlayingAgainstType: Contrary to the gruff, violent, slightly antisocial old man that Eastwood has been playing for decades, his character here is charming and gregarious, as well as prone to talk his way out of tight spots rather than fight or threaten.


* RealitySubtext: The line, "This is the last one. So help me, God, this is the last one" played over the trailer applies [[OneLastJob in-universe]] but also has implications for the eighty-eight year old Eastwood taking another, possibly final, round starring in a film he also directs. Similar to the atmosphere surrounding 2008's Film/GranTorino which was also speculated to be the last starring role of Eastwood's lengthy career.

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* RealitySubtext: The line, "This is the last one. So help me, God, this is the last one" played over the trailer applies [[OneLastJob in-universe]] but also has implications for the eighty-eight year old Eastwood taking another, possibly final, round starring in a film he also directs. Similar to the atmosphere surrounding 2008's Film/GranTorino ''Film/GranTorino'' which was also speculated to be the last starring role of Eastwood's lengthy career.

Added DiffLines:

* RealitySubtext: The line, "This is the last one. So help me, God, this is the last one" played over the trailer applies [[OneLastJob in-universe]] but also has implications for the eighty-eight year old Eastwood taking another, possibly final, round starring in a film he also directs. Similar to the atmosphere surrounding 2008's Film/GranTorino which was also speculated to be the last starring role of Eastwood's lengthy career.


* RealLifeRelatives: Creator/ClintEastwood's daughter Alison also has a role in the film.

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* RealLifeRelatives: RealLifeRelative: Creator/ClintEastwood's daughter Alison also has a role in the film.

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* RealLifeRelatives: Creator/ClintEastwood's daughter Alison also has a role in the film.
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