Something is going on with the new Clint Eastwood movie about an attempted terrorist attack on a train, “The 15:17 to Paris,” that doesn’t sound like Hollywood.
How often do the main actors play themselves?
And how often do those actors spend a morning in church, getting prayed over?
And how often does the director, a Hollywood legend, go up against the film ratings agency and win?
It’s all happening with the new movie, based on a story that riveted two continents. “The 15:17 to Paris,” set for release Feb. 9, tells the story of the 2015 Thalys train attack in which three Americans helped stop an armed Islamic terrorist from perpetrating carrying out a mass-casualty terror attack.
“That he would take three unlikely characters from Sacramento, California, bring them all the way