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Messages - donald

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I'd love to see Clint working with Michael Cain  , Sean Connery or Christopher Lee .
I read a book years ago ( can't even remember the name ) but it concerned an orginisation that was killing off some old cold warrior spies . The retired spooks had to work together to stay alive .
 These guys would be great with something like that.
that'd be nice

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General Discussion / Re: Little-known Clint movie [The Witches]
« on: January 18, 2005, 11:52:12 AM »
For US readers this not often seen film is showing on the following ....

Fri  Oct  1  11:15A on Encore Mystery Channel
Fri  Oct  1  12:15P on Movie Plex
Thu  Oct 14  06:40A on Encore Mystery Channel
Sun  Oct 17  07:20A on Encore Mystery Channel

As far as I know one single UK channel 4 screening is the only time it has been shown in 16:9 widescreen.


Philo .


The Witches looked like a good alternative character at that time for Clint!
did you see it?
What was Clint's "conservative character" dressed in eye-glasses like to watch, i mean your reactions??

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Eastwood News / Re:Terminator, Dirty Harry together at last
« on: January 09, 2005, 01:50:17 PM »
Arnold's not a politician though.  ;)
i agree. arnold shouls stick to weight lifting

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Eastwood News / Re: Clint to remake "The Shootist"?
« on: January 09, 2005, 01:28:46 PM »
Deffinatly!!!11111!!11
i just knew he'd rub off on some of us clint fans sooner or later

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  And he uses acting skills in his movies to repel audiences...

  His last few movies never made it to the box office and his most recent flicks that did, tanked.
aah, so you have been watching steven's films too! interesting?

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I have to admit I enjoy watching Seagal's movies, no matter how silly some of them are. From the classic Under Siege to the goofball Marked for Death, there's something about his style of fighting that I've always liked.

But I do have to admit, the 'enviro-political' message in On Deadly Ground is quite a turn-off, and I think that's one reason alot of people (including myself) don't care for it. Almost all films have "morals" so to speak, whether good or bad, I mean that's pretty much the norm. But when they start indoctrinating us to be tree-huggers, or "save mother earth," or whatever the enviro message is, that can be a little too much. Whether they're right or wrong isn't the point - it's just when they try to save the world thru a 2-hour movie, they're going to lose a lot of audience.
hey clint put out some lemons too. don't get me wrong, im a clint fan to the bitter end!! but his days are coming to an end. move over clint, steven's taking over!

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and kick and punch :o, and gouge your eyes out, or rip your jugular out :o.

Hey, I like my deep and meaningful dramas, in fact I prefer them, but I also have an appreciation for the rawer kick ass movies.  Clint delivers on both fronts.

WKC.
but see, that's all that clint does these days is straight up punching, there's no variety of mortal combat in his films

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BEST LINE EVER!! ;D
i figured you'd like that one!

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  And he uses acting skills in his movies to repel audiences...

  His last few movies never made it to the box office and his most recent flicks that did, tanked.
i notice you've been watching his films of recent though, haven't you!

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Nobody, I mean nobody puts ketchup on a hot dog...

I mean, nobody is today's 'young Eastwood'.  Like Van Damme, Seagal's days are limited if not over.  Action stars come and go.  Stallone doesn't do well anymore, either.  Unlike Burt Reynolds, Clint has improved vastly with age and we're all fortunate to benefit from this.

Don't get me wrong; I love action movies and the best of the ones made by the actors mentioned above.  But hell, if you want a young Eastwood, rent or buy his mid-to-late '60s movies and watch Rawhide.
in the famous words of Coogan, "YEAH, YOU DO THAT!"

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Eastwood News / Re: Clint to remake "The Shootist"?
« on: January 09, 2005, 12:51:55 PM »
I would love to see The Clint doing remakes. Perhaps Hard to Kill - Reloaded. Or he could team up again with Morgan Freeman to do another Exit Wounds. That would be great. ;) ;)
steven could direct him in it too!

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Eastwood News / Re:Clint to remake "The Shootist"?
« on: January 09, 2005, 12:51:04 PM »
i haven't noticed clint make a remake of anything
clint borrowed some of "Shane" sequences and put it into "Pale Rider"

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Eastwood News / Re: Clint to remake "The Shootist"?
« on: January 08, 2005, 12:44:50 PM »
Personaly speaking.... considering the calibre of acting talent that Clint attracts to his projects these days, it's  hard to imagine him working with such a one dimensional, wooden performer such as seagal.
i agree with you, steven would best eastwood even on seagal's worst acting day!

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What Martial art skills are these i thought Clint was an outright pugilist



the karate knife hand chop to bebe cavanaugh's neck in the bar scene of "for a few dollars more". watch closely, or you'll miss it!

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I cant say he has ever attracted me to the cinema with his martial skills,,, this use of akido to attract punters when did this last happen please and is this because he cant act he has to rely on martial arts  lol.

Oh has anyone ever noticed how seagal runs like a woman
i've noticed that seagal runs like a woman too. i've also noticed that eastwood is aging! LOL

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BEST LINE EVER!! ;D
but seagal also performs with convincing acting skills as well too

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Eastwood News / Re: Clint to remake "The Shootist"?
« on: January 08, 2005, 12:30:02 PM »
Do we really need to tell you why?
it'd be nice if u would?

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Eastwood News / Re: Clint to remake "The Shootist"?
« on: January 08, 2005, 12:20:55 PM »
No, he couldn't, and no, he couldn't.
why not?

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it'd be cool to see clint displaying some of his martial art skills in a new film. like the way he did in "for a few dollars"  more, this would give clint a good reaction for today's fans, like how seagal uses martial skills in his movies to attract audieneces to the box offices

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The Dirty Harry Films / Re: Are you for another Dirty Harry?
« on: December 29, 2004, 05:25:20 PM »
i believe steven seagal would be the perfect choice to reprise the role of the "new and improved dirty harry callahan" of our age in filmdom

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