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Eastwood News / Re: The 15:17 to Paris: Production Information and News
« on: February 12, 2018, 07:37:45 PM »
Wow! That's really cool Palooka. I wish I could meet Clint and take a picture with him someday. The three heroes seem like really nice guys.

I think I'm defenately going to watch this movie at the theatre. I honestly don't care what the critics have to say. They are not going to dictate whether I watch this movie or not. I'll make the decision for myself on whether or not I like it. There's been several movies that have gotten bad reviews and I ended up liking those movies. Really all that matters is if I like the movie or not. Or if the individual person likes it or not.

The Dirty Harry Films / Re: RC Car Chase in The Dead Pool
« on: January 15, 2018, 05:10:02 PM »
Well put Doug. I actually personally like The Dead Pool. And I love the car chase scene. To me this movie isn't that bad. Now it is the worst one in the Harry series. But it's a movie I enjoy watching.

Eastwood News / Re: The 15:17 to Paris: Production Information and News
« on: December 28, 2017, 07:11:36 PM »
Yes I agree cant wait to see this movie.  The trailer does look great.  Looking forward to seeing this at the theatre in February.

I agree I like all of clints movies to some degree or another.  Like KC said even his weaker movies or ones you dont like that much theres always a scene or two that makes it enjoyable.  I try to enjoy the little parts and scenes of his weaker movies. I actually enjoy the which way movies.  Just my opinion.  And like others have said some movies are better than others.  So the degree of enjoyment will vary.  But movies like Unforgiven, GBU, Dirty Harry, I enjoy those start to finish.

General Discussion / Re: What was the last Eastwood film you watched?
« on: September 09, 2017, 01:38:32 AM »
Yeah I hear yeah perry. Not a big fan of hers either. But the ending of million dollar baby has always bothered me. It's just really depressing for me to watch that part. Rest of the movie is great though.

General Discussion / Re: What was the last Eastwood film you watched?
« on: September 07, 2017, 09:32:16 PM »
Million dollar baby

This is a very good movie. I enjoyed it as always. However the ending is the most disturbing ending for me out of all the endings of an Eastwood movie. It's just so realistic to life. She's winning and at the top of the mountain then next thing she's in the hospital. Plus it makes you feel bad the way her family treated her. But yeah for me watching the ending is pretty much unbearable.

General Discussion / The witches movie
« on: September 05, 2017, 08:47:11 PM »
Do any of you own this movie on dvd?  It's the only one that I don't own that Eastwood stars in as an actor. I see that Amazon has it on DVD the newest release date is April 15 2014. The other release back in 2011 says it's an on demand made DVD using DVD-r recordable media.

General Discussion / Re: What was the last Eastwood film you watched?
« on: September 05, 2017, 04:34:41 PM »
City Heat

Should have been a much better film. I mean Clint and Burt both in the same film. It does have a few good moments and action scenes. But overall not really a great film. Kind of boring at times. One of the weaker Eastwood films. Which there are very very few weak Eastwood films.

I hope you don't take offense because I corrected you! I couldn't resist making a joke about the song "The Streets of Laredo." :)

No I'm not offended at all. I needed to have that corrected. I still can't believe I did that. 😅

Both are great.  For me, High Plains Drifter has the edge because The Stranger closely resembles the The Man With No Name.  The Leone westerns Eastwood starred in are my favorites. 

Perhaps it's the mystery.  While the viewer is on their own with regards to the back story of The Stranger, such is not the case with Josey Wales.  We see he's a happy family man at the outset before tragedy strikes.  We see the reason for his bitterness and anger.  On his revenge seeking journey, we witness him unwittingly amass a new "family" and, depending on the viewer, possibly comes full circle and settles down on a new farm at the end of the film.

The Outlaw Josey Wales is one of Eastwood's best moments as actor/director and possibly even a better movie, but I still prefer High Plains Drifter.   I love the introduction of the character as he rides into Lago and watching the story unfold from there.

Great topic... I just may have to view these as a double feature sometime soon. 😎

Very well put B.C.  It really is too close to call for me. What he does to that town is pretty amazing. Josey Wales is tough and gritty. Very rough tough type of movie. Really too close to call for me. Like U stated I think I'll have to watch them back to back and maybe decide then.

Eastwood News / Re: The 15:17 to Paris: Production Information and News
« on: September 01, 2017, 02:18:44 AM »
Sorry KC I'm just optimistic. Will have to wait and see.

General Discussion / Re: What was the last Eastwood film you watched?
« on: September 01, 2017, 02:15:08 AM »
Kelly's heroes. Enjoyed it very much as always. Donald Sutherland really made this movie great. All the others were great too but Sutherlands character really made this movie. One of the few times that Clint gets over shadowed a bit.

Just finished watching Kelly's heroes and this concludes the four war movies. My feelings haven't changed. Kelly's heroes , heartbreak ridge, the beguiled, where eagles dare in that order. Like KC said Clint's character in Kelly's heroes is the least interesting compared to Sutherland savalas and rickles. But he is the central person in the movie after all it is called Kelly's heroes. But I agree with KC least interesting one. And his performances in heartbreak and the beguiled are superior to Kelly's heroes and where eagles dare. But for me when you take the entire movies into account along with Clint being central character I enjoy watching Kelly's heroes most out of these four.

General Discussion / Re: What was the last Eastwood film you watched?
« on: August 31, 2017, 08:52:58 PM »
The Beguiled

I've always felt Clints performance was great in this movie. All the women actresses were great too.

Actually I do feel this film will be nominated for an academy. Can't say it will actually win. But when Clints involved there's always a chance to win. I truly believe it will be very good suspense thriller and very heroic movie. Clint will make it entertaining and interesting just like American sniper and sully were great.

Thanks for correcting me KC. I remember saying Lago as I was typing but for whatever reason I typed Laredo. Not sure how I did that. I was watching tv so I guess I'll use that as my excuse. Anyways thanks

I was curious about that too. How many Eastwood movies have you been there on set?  You defenately have the connections.

General Discussion / Re: What was the last Eastwood film you watched?
« on: August 30, 2017, 02:32:56 PM »
Always enjoy pale rider. Great movie.

My bet is it's going to be a great film. Despite those things rookies no Joel cox non actors I firmly believe it will be a good movie. I think it's cool that he's using the real life heroes in the film. How many movies do that. It's cool to do something different outside the box. Lately clints directed movies have been stellar movies. American sniper and sully were great. Like KC said he's a risk taker and his risk usually pay off. Out of all the 60 something movies he's acted in his career there's only about 6 of those movies I don't particularly care for. To me that's pretty darn good.

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