“True Crime” is a classic Clint Eastwood movie, which means you get Clint playing Clint. More precisely, you get Clint playing a grizzled, washed-up, hard-boiled, angry _____ out for justice.

It doesn’t matter how you fill in that blank: Secret Service man, entomologyst, librarian, or carpet cleaner, it’s all the same. In “True Crime,” just released on video by Warner Bros., Clint is a grizzled, washed-up, hard-boiled, angry reporter out for justice.

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