News: See Eastwood's latest, THE 15:17 TO PARIS, coming on DVD May 22!

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 on: Today at 04:51:49 PM 
Started by Lenny - Last post by Jed Cooper
Iíve been listening to these on Spotify at the suggestion of a friend.  I like both albums and may be checking out more albums by this band before long.

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 on: Today at 04:46:40 PM 
Started by The Schofield Kid - Last post by Jed Cooper
I took Tina to see this Friday night and we enjoyed it very much.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:44:36 AM 
Started by slacker - Last post by Gant
Cash On Demand 1961

A rather obscure Hammer film starring the always excellent Peter Cushing as a bank manager up against a bank robber who's holding Cushings family to ransom..

I thought this was really very good and very tense... adapted from a play..

 on: Yesterday at 11:38:17 AM 
Started by Macpherson - Last post by Gant
Cool.. nice interview..

 on: July 20, 2018, 12:01:36 PM 
Started by Doug - Last post by Jed Cooper
Wow, this is an eye opener for me.  Thank you, Aline and AKA!  The Enforcer is my 2nd favorite in the series after the original.  Reading your thoughts and opinions on Maxwell is very interesting.  A few years ago Iíd probably be hard-pressed to agree with you but youíre absolutely right.  Just think how much more effective the movie wouldíve been had Maxwell not been played the way he was.  For the time, though, I guess it was fitting and at least heís not bad as Mick from Sudden Impact.  I think itís been about a year since Iíve revisited any of the Dirty Harry films, maybe I will again soon.  Thanks again for your insight.

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 on: July 20, 2018, 09:47:00 AM 
Started by Doug - Last post by Aline
Even though I was away, I never stopped watching his movies and sometimes even checked the board and read the posts. I just hadn't time or I thought I hadn't nothing new to say. It has been a long time I wanted to have come back and I felt guilty because I never could.

Thank you for the feed back, Aka, I thought it was only me about Maxwell. I don't think The Enforcer was uninteresting or weak at all, it was great. Harry is more mouthed off than never and the woman Wanda was creepy. I only was bothered about Maxwell. I totally agree about Clint and Tyne Daly. She was the only partner that made Harry smile without sarcasm. ^-^ The ending when he stands near her dead body gets me everytime. :'(

There are some poignant moments in the end that I think work well, but I often wish that "The Enforcer" were a better movie since I think Tyne Daly and Clint Eastwood were wonderful onscreen together. That's a screen pairing I would have loved to have seen again. I wonder why they only worked together once.

I agree, that would have been great.

 on: July 20, 2018, 09:15:42 AM 
Started by Macpherson - Last post by honkytonkman

 on: July 19, 2018, 10:07:04 PM 
Started by Americanbeauty - Last post by KC
Bridges are my favorite thing to photograph, and there's a lot of pics that I've posted here in this thread of different bridges.  I have a few more of the New River Gorge Bridge, now that I'm home and have gone through all the photos.  If anyone is interested, the New River Gorge Bridge was the longest single span bridge in the world when it was built, but is now the fourth longest.  It's also one of the tallest (#3 in the U.S.).  On October 20th, if you want to base jump off the bridge, it's closed to vehicles for just that. Somewhat tempting to go back to photograph that, but I wouldn't be jumping off. It's a long drive though from middle Tennessee.

These are great, Matt!

 on: July 19, 2018, 10:05:56 PM 
Started by Americanbeauty - Last post by KC
Terrific, Aline!  8)

 on: July 19, 2018, 08:48:05 PM 
Started by Moorman - Last post by Matt
Just chiming in that I really like Hang 'em High, but the lighting is unnatural (especially in that picnic scene), and I'm not a fan at all of Inger Stevens' performance or the romance aspects of Hang 'em High. It was the first Eastwood film I'd ever seen, and it led me to life-long fandom.  But, to me, Pale Rider, is the better film, and the better looking film (lighting, directing, wardrobe, locations, etc.).

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