DIRECTOR: CLINT EASTWOOD
WRITER: DAVID WEBB PEOPLES
THE BOTTOM LINE: A majestic, misanthropic western finds the movies' flintiest icon musing on his own legend.
In a Chicago video store last year, a teenager saw a cassette for The Rookie and said, "Look! The new Charlie Sheen movie!" That Sheen was billed below Clint Eastwood, who also directed the film, mattered not to this youth. Clint, long past his popular prime, was as old and irrelevant as Gary Cooper, Tom Mix, Methuselah. To many moviegoers, Eastwood, 62, has become the character he played in Sergio Leone's westerns 25 (and a...