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 on: Today at 11:09:16 AM 
Started by Jed Cooper - Last post by Christopher
How do people feel about the remastered versions compared to the original? I've noticed that some of the space shots must be way different looking than they originally would have in the 1960s. I'm not sure if anything else has been remastered (or just flat out changed to make it look more modern).

 on: Today at 10:56:35 AM 
Started by Doug - Last post by Christopher
These decade ranking threads feel so long ago, being pre-pandemic early 2020! :D

I still haven't watched J. Edgar or Richard Jewell, so I can't update mine yet.

 on: Today at 08:35:51 AM 
Started by Matt - Last post by Hocine
I am so sorry to hear this.
Even if I started to come here three years ago or so, I noticed and respected her tremendous and honorable knowledge in Clint Eastwood films that she generously shared.
KC always had the specific answers that we were looking for. She will be missed.

My heartfelt condolences.

Rest in peace, Kathie.

 on: Yesterday at 11:56:38 PM 
Started by AKA23 - Last post by SamanMoradkhani
Cry Macho "completed" on IMDb and rated pg-13 "for language and thematic elements".   ;)

What is thematic elements?  :idiot2:

 on: Yesterday at 11:28:14 AM 
Started by AKA23 - Last post by Macpherson
Cry Macho "completed" on IMDb and rated pg-13 "for language and thematic elements".   ;)

 on: April 20, 2021, 11:24:13 AM 
Started by Matt - Last post by Gant
Sounds good to me... 👍

 on: April 20, 2021, 02:21:50 AM 
Started by AKA23 - Last post by The Schofield Kid
20 years ago, I would've said actor but the work Eastwood has done in the 21st century as director has blown me away. Mystic River, Million Dollar Baby, Letters From Iwo Jima, Gran Torino, American Sniper to name a few. Eastwood has never been afraid to take chances with films. Even as an actor, some would say he is just a cowboy or action star but films like The Beguiled, Honkytonk Man, Tightrope show Eastwood has plenty of range.

But if I had to choose actor or director, it would be director. You just have to hear from actors who work with Clint on films and how easy going Clint is when directing. He doesn't seem to get stressed and some of the biggest actors in the business have given great performances being directed by Clint.

In my opinion, the films Clint has directed will be remembered more in the future apart from a couple of his acting films.   

 on: April 20, 2021, 02:05:10 AM 
Started by Doug - Last post by The Schofield Kid
1: American Sniper
2:The Mule
3: Sully
4: Trouble With The Curve
5: Jersey Boys
6: J Edgar
7: Hereafter
8: The 15:17 to Paris

Richard Jewell
(Not Seen Yet)

The top 3 are standouts for me for this decade, the bottom 5 I all enjoyed, even The 15:17 To Paris.

I'll update this list next month when Richard Jewell opens here.

I know you've all been waiting to see where I'd put Richard Jewell after saying I'd update this list back in February last year.  Sorry for the delay.  ;)

1: American Sniper
2: The Mule
3: Sully
4: Richard Jewell
5: Trouble With The Curve
6: Jersey Boys
7: J Edgar
8: Hereafter
9: The 15:17 to Paris

 on: April 20, 2021, 01:58:23 AM 
Started by Matt - Last post by The Schofield Kid
I’d like to start talking about this challenge again. I’d prefer it to be pre 1970 films only.

2 years later and is anyone interested in a classic film challenge?

My movie viewing has all but dried up lately. I need some motivation.  :(

 on: April 18, 2021, 02:29:03 PM 
Started by Gant - Last post by The Schofield Kid
And that is the actor Kirk Douglas! I didn't know he'd written fiction.

I think he?s written 3 or 4.

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