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                    Great Movie

Eastwood News / Re: Happy 90th birthday Clint.....
« on: May 31, 2020, 02:28:32 PM »

I don't agree with that. You talking about an icon and the single most productive person in Hollywood history who is still relevant....

Eastwood News / Re: Happy 90th birthday Clint.....
« on: May 31, 2020, 11:49:06 AM »

                   You would think TCM would play some of the man's movies today...even one...Nope...Gutless boneheads...

Eastwood News / Re: R.I.P. Anthony James and Richard Herd
« on: May 30, 2020, 06:13:25 PM »

 Yeah, Anthony James...Wonderful character actor. I remember seeing him in some nutty movie called The Teacher about a year after High Plains Drifter came out where he played some crazed stalker obsessed with a teacher. Jay North was in this wack job movie as well. How about that for a cast eh??


        When I checked out Lady Godiva obviously Eastwood has basically a one line role as a young Saxon and I even noticed his speaking voice was dubbed. Eastwood must had been 25. The movie is horrible and it's even more surprising Maureen O'Hara was in such a stupid movie.


Lady Godiva

Maureen O'Hara was nice to look at even with clothes on.


I used to have Breezy. I have no idea how I lost it. I gotta see that again.


Where Eagles Dare is one of the best movies and greatest WW2 vehicles ever made. I'm a bit surprised someone would not enjoy that and put that on their list of Eastwood movies they are not enamored with, but then I never cared for Unforgiven..


Actually there are probably more then three of Eastwood's films than those you mention I have no interest in ever seeing again. I was never enamored with Firefox. I found the movie a tremendous bore. The same as The Eiger Sanction which was a dismal disappointment considering the novel was excellent, but there are parts of those movies that are worth redeeming.... I think Paint Your Wagon I agree is a straight on waste of time as I would put Blood Work and The Dead Pool on the same level. I would probably have to put The Rookie, but then I have only seen it once, but Hereafter and Midnight in The Garden of Good And Evil to me you can just bury......


Bernadette Peters was yummy


 [email protected] I remembering seeing many years ago on tv in New York on channel 9. It's a routine movie. Eastwood actually gets third billing behind Scott Brady and Magia Dean and has a large role. Though he plays the typical young head stong character who dislikes Brady and gets beat up too by Brady end learns his lesson in the end.....hah... . You figure Eastwood must had been about 26 or 27 when he did this movie.


 Ambush At Cimarron Pass.

Only reason I watched it was I wanted to see if there were any actors in that movie Eastwood used or remembered  later on as a director like Gregory Walcott, John Larch or Jack Ging as examples who were on a few Rawhide episodes. Not the worst western I ever seen, but pretty lame movie as Eastwood has claimed himself. 

Eastwood News / Re: Clint Eastwood’s next project
« on: April 19, 2020, 12:33:47 PM »

Very true....

Eastwood News / Re: Clint Eastwood’s next project
« on: April 18, 2020, 03:21:40 PM »

Wasn't Eastwood supposed to film a movie about Jessica Buchanan at one time?

General Discussion / Re: Favorite Clint Film Songs:
« on: April 12, 2020, 02:10:47 PM »

      'The Story Of A Soldier' in the scene where Tuco gets beat up

Eastwood News / Re: Clint Eastwood’s next project
« on: March 15, 2020, 09:42:22 AM »

      Well obviously Eastwood's age could play a factor in his future in doing movies...I'm aware of that. Also you have to consider the fact that since Million Dollar Baby only 4 or maybe 5 of his 14 or 15 movies he's made since then have been box office hits. Some movie studios might shy away from that as well. Eastwood might even go the route Scorsese did for cable with The Irishman. Who knows. 

Hard to believe this is my 1000th post. I thought I would had been thrown out of this website years ago.......

Eastwood News / Re: Clint Eastwood’s next project
« on: March 14, 2020, 12:44:55 PM »
          Personally I'm hoping Eastwood doesn't do another movie for a few years and ultimately does a movie with an edge...I was hoping He would had bought the rights to Davd Grann's book 'Killers Of The Flower Moon' which is based on the Osage murders that took place in the 1920's. It was a gripping historical story, but it looks like Scorsese is doing the movie.

Eastwood News / Re: Clint Eastwood’s next project
« on: March 09, 2020, 01:07:50 PM »

Yeah well,... let's hope it's not another biography movie about King Kamehameha.

General Discussion / Re: Clint Eastwood videos
« on: March 03, 2020, 04:25:12 PM »

Found this on youtube. Eastwood on location filming EWWBL....


The fact that Bronco Billy is ahead of Letters From Iwo Jima in one aspect just confirms how useless that list is.

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