Clint Eastwood’s “Cry Macho” – How To Watch & Stream on HBO Max
When you think of the classic American cowboy, who do you think of? John Wayne? OK OK. This may be your first guess. But your second will be Clint Eastwood. The 91-year-old actor and director has won numerous awards for his roles in various action, sports and drama films with an impressive filmography spanning decades. And he’s about to add another movie to his list.
Now in theaters and on HBO Max, crying macho follows a former rodeo star and failed horse breeder (Clint Eastwood) who agrees to bring his ex-boss’s son back from his alcoholic mother. He has led a life of crime, including cockfighting with a rooster named Macho. The two pass through Mexico on their way back to Texas, and link on their difficult journey. The story is based on a novel of the same name from 1975 and tackles toxic masculinity, while also focusing on the relationship between the two main characters and what they can learn from each other.
Alongside Eastwood, actor and singer-songwriter Dwight Yoakam recently appeared in Under the dome and that of Billy Bob Thornton Goliath (and had a memorable appearance in a single scene in Wedding crashers).
If all of this is okay with you, you’re in luck. The film was released at present and there is more than one way to look at it. Which means all Clint Eastwood fans have no other excuse than to go see the legendary star ASAP.
Here’s How To Watch Clint Eastwood’s New Movie macho cries.
How to watch Crying macho:
So there are two ways to see Eastwood’s new movie. First, it’s to go see him at the movies. The second is to stream the film on HBO Max. But there is a catch.
Stream it on HBOMax here
Like all HBO Max / In Theaters exclusive releases from Warner Bros. This year, crying macho will only be available on HBO Max for 31 days. Similar to a theatrical release, but you know, at home. So watch him while you can.
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