News: Having trouble registering?  Please feel free to contact us at help[at]  We will help you get an account set up.

Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.

Messages - jjgonski

Pages: 1 2 [3] 4 5
Yes, Bird is available here in the states but sorry to say that there are no extras.  The transfer is quite good though.  I can't believe that they are just releasing Thunderbolt and Lightfoot overseas.  It's been out for a few YEARS over here.  I just can't see it being that dificult formatting for different regions.  I figure that warners would just want to cash in wherever they can.  As for the extras, it would be great to have Clint and Kyle do an interview about how it was to work on Honkeytonk Man some 21 years later.  it would be great to see them interact together. ;)

The Dirty Harry Films / Re:Best DH bad guy.
« on: July 27, 2003, 03:39:05 PM »
Scorpio first with "Alice" from Dirty Harry coming in a close second, though he isn't a villian.

LOL   :D :D :D

I have all that are abvailable on DVD including Away All Boats with Clint's 3 second spot.  I don't have any of the other ones between the first movies and the MWNN trilogy.  I am excited to nearly complete my collection when the seven titles become available on September 2nd, even without the extras. :'( :'(

I'm happy as well to see the DVD's at least.  I guess we shouldn't expect to see a release of Honkeytonk man with a ton of extras or Pink Cadillac.  I know there has been much discussion on the WED release and I'm sure that the Special Edition will become available once we all populate our collection with the title.  And please tell me that you are kidding Misty. ::) ::)

Well I guess it makes up for some of the Clint movies in the past that have been released in America first.  I'm happy for you Lilly and I'm sure we'd all agree that we would all expect a report after the viewing.

Eastwood News / Re:Eastwood at Michael Douglas Golf Tournemant
« on: July 27, 2003, 06:31:55 AM »
I think that he was just a little pissed that he was getting out golfed by some  youngster.  Or maybe he just isn't the high fiving type of guy.

I was just wondering what everyone's feeling were on Warner Brothers just dumping the remainder of the Clint catalog on September 2nd?  There are certainly some of these movies that deserve a more deserving release.  Granted, I could do without City Heat, but it would be nice to see a few more extras on Tightrope and WED.  I think that Honkeytonk Man has a decent storyline and it's nice to see Clint interact with Kyle.  Any other thoughts?

Eastwood News / Re:Eastwood at Michael Douglas Golf Tournemant
« on: July 25, 2003, 06:40:30 PM »
I must admit that I actually watched most of the tounament because of Clint.  It was quite humourous.  Haley Joel Osment was actually the best "guy" on the team.  Clint was definitely not playing well and the entire team was congradulating Osment on his nice shots, except for Clint that is.  He seemed a little perterbed that the kid star was playing better than he was.  Andy Garcia played quite well, as did Michael Douglas.  Overall, it was a kick to watch. 8) 8)

General Discussion / Re:Does Malpaso Productions have a website?
« on: July 17, 2003, 05:49:02 PM »
 ;D ;D ;D ;D Hey KC.  it's nice to see that sense of humor after the conversation with the Stranger.

General Discussion / Re:Does Malpaso Productions have a website?
« on: July 16, 2003, 07:43:15 PM »
Not that I have found, but this is a site created by another Clint fan.

Not to be harsh Brendan, but it is a fact of the demographics of the audience.  I just wish that the younger generation of today could appreciate Clint as the living legend that he is today rather than "discovering" him 20 years later or so.  I know there are many younger  member posting on the board and I mean no offense.  In fact, I'm glad that you can appreciate Clint the way we all do.  I've been a Clint fan for roughly 25 years and my interest only grows with each year.  I'm just so glad that we have this board to keep our thoughts and interests alive.  

Eastwood News / Re:"Clint doesn't want to act anymore"
« on: July 16, 2003, 06:24:42 PM »
And to think that I missed all the excitement around here the last few days.  Whew!  What was this topic about originally, Oh yeah!  Will Clint act again.  I think one thing we all can agree on is that Clint has been talking for years about giving up acting.  I just think that he may put his efforts into directing, but if the right project were to come along, we would see him in front of the camera again.   ::) ::)

How about the first Death Wish with Charles Bronson?  With Clint taking over the Charles Bronson role, of course! ;D ;D

General Discussion / Re:Rookie fans
« on: July 16, 2003, 06:05:43 PM »
I thought it was an OK movie, definitely not one of Clint's best.  With that said, there were some funny parts to the movie and one of Charlie Sheen's best acting moments.  It just seemed a little to early for Clint to be playing a character that was poking fun at himself.  At that point he was 60 but then again so is Harrison Ford.  In my opinion he was selling himself short in that role. ;)

I think Clint should direct another thriller.  Based on the buzz being generated for Mystic River, it seems that Clint is back at the top of his game.  Though I still love seeing Clint in action, when I go to see his new flicks, the audience is mostly comprised of geriatrics.  With the awesome cast assembled for Mystic, it should draw people into the theater that don't need an oxygen tank just to get from the snack bar to their seats.

General Discussion / Re:Eastwood sighting in commercial!
« on: June 26, 2003, 06:10:36 PM »
Is that an ESPN commercial or just on regular TV?


       What scene in an Eastwood movie makes me laugh every time that I see it?  

Other than every scene in which Sondra Locke tries to "act"....most of the scenes in Dirty Harry.  I don't know why but I find it a rather amusing movie.  I think one part that I will always find amusing is at the end when Clint delivers his famous line of "Do you feel lucky?"  The look on Andy Robinson's face and then just the sadistic laugh just gets me going every time.  

General Discussion / Re:Who would play Clint as a young man?
« on: June 19, 2003, 05:58:56 PM »
Yes, he has quite the resemblance.  I was quite amazes when they did those scenes in Space Cowboys.  He looked so much like Clint.  The only thing that I was wondering was with Clint spending all that money with Industrial Light and Magic, they could have made anyone look like Clint.  

General Discussion / Re:Who would play Clint as a young man?
« on: June 19, 2003, 05:49:45 PM »
Have I been living in a cave?  Who is Toby Stephens?

General Discussion / Re:TAG, you're it!
« on: June 19, 2003, 05:48:30 PM »

Matt:  If you could go back in time and be in any Clint movie in his career, which would you choose, which character would you play and why?

Cal: What is your motivation for keeping this awesome web board going strong?

Pages: 1 2 [3] 4 5

C L I N T E A S T W O O D . N E T