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General Discussion / Re: The empty chair interview
« on: September 10, 2018, 06:07:54 PM »
I don't know if the activity plummeted here on the forum after the speech or not, did other members here feel the same impact? If it did indeed plummet, man, that is extremely sad and even more pathetic. Members no longer posting because the person the forum is dedicated to said something they disagree with, politically? If someone is that obsessed with politics and Clint, that someone should have known he leans right in politics. Those members who stopped posting, if they did, must have belonged to the "p***y generation", as Clint aptly named todays snowflakes not very long ago.

If that didn't drive out the nutjobs, I guess him saying he'd vote for Trump over Hillary must have done it. Good riddance, punks.

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Eastwood News / Re: Re: Eastwood in the press (minor mentions)
« on: May 22, 2017, 09:49:37 AM »
Oh, how I hope he makes another movie! He can't end with Trouble With the Curve, he deserves a much better ending to his acting career than that.

Do it, Clint!

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I don't buy that Eastwood was asked first to play Harmonica. Leone had wanted Bronson for a long time but kept saying no until Leone finally got a yes with OUATITW.

It's too bad Eastwood looks down on the Harmonica character as the lesser one of the leads, I couldn't disagree more. If he was asked to play a part in the movie but got bored with Leone's description of the opening, I don't know what to say.

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General Discussion / Re: What was the last Eastwood film you watched?
« on: August 17, 2015, 12:55:50 PM »
High Plains Drifter. As good as always.

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Off-Topic Discussion / Re: The Charles Bronson Appreciation Thread
« on: August 17, 2015, 12:35:13 PM »
If anyone have missed it, Twilight Time (same company that released the now OOP Blu-ray of Thunderbolt and Lightfoot) are releasing Ten to Midnight. Here's the awesome cover:


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You mean you get bored with the opening sequence? I think it's the best opening sequence of all time. Would have been even cooler if Clint wasn't such a stick in the mud and agreed to Leone's suggestion that Bronson would blast him, the bad and the ugly away ;)

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Eastwood News / Re: Sully: Production Information and News
« on: August 16, 2015, 10:08:34 AM »
If Tom Hanks is in this, you know it'll be good.

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General Discussion / Re: Obsessive Clint Eastwood fans
« on: August 16, 2015, 09:37:20 AM »
This may not be accurate, but your co-worker sounds like one of those guys who doesn't really have a hobby, whose paycheck goes to paying bills and other essentials but not much else, so he has no idea what he's talking about. Having an interest doesn't make you obsessive. Being passionate about something doesn't make you obsessive. Buying things you enjoy doesn't make you obsessive. Talking about something you like doesn't make you obsessive.

Lots of guys like that in this world, I'm afraid. They don't understand something so they put a negative label on it. Pity them, as I do.

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I wouldn't really call Heartbreak Ridge a war movie. I like that one better, however. It's one of my favorite Clint movies, it's just so damn entertaining. I think it's my wife's favorite of Clint's and often suggest we pick it whenever we decide it's Clint we'll be watching that evening.

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My picks are the exact same as Rawhide's. Unforgiven is the second best western of all time, IMO, and a masterpiece of American cinema. Watched it the first time at a very young age but even then I knew it was something special. The Good, the Bad & the Ugly is another truly great movie. For a Few Dollars More is right behind GBU, I'm of the opinion that it's not inferior and it's a really tough call to choose one of them.

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I actually think movie collections is a beautiful thing to look at and I love working on mine. Re-arranging, buying new ones etc.

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Kinda envy you, Jed. I wish I only had three things to collect  ;) Did you collect more than the movies, TV-shows and music? I understand priorities change.

I'm a collector by heart so I'll never sell off my stuff, I won't take it with me but I'll enjoy the hell out of it until the Reaper comes  :)

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I know the feeling, Antonis!

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Figured  ;D

Man, I love these shrine type collections dedicated to a favorite actor, director or film series. Looks great!

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Nice collection! Did you take those photos with your phone?

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It's very easy, just upload it on tinypic.com and insert the link here on the forum.

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Got them all...archived under chronological order,the Rawhide series included.

I think this deserves a picture :)

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Rawhide only costs 95 bucks right now. Am thinking about ordering it and paying extra for express delivery. At that low price, it's worth it.

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I think Gran Torino would be my favorite non-western/Dirty Harry flick with Clint.

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