Mules are stubborn. Producer, director and star Clint Eastwood no doubt relished the double meaning in the title of his latest film, "The Mule." The heavily fictionalized drug courier Eastwood plays here wants no part of today's world of snowflakes and sensitivities and multiracial realities. Nor does Eastwood's character want anything to do with post-1975 technology; he complains constantly about cellphones, when he's not calling out Mexicans as "beaners," or African-Americans as "you Negro folks." It worked for "Gran Torino." Who knows, maybe it'll get by here.