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       Sondra Locke's book is a worthy choice...........................................................................bwhahaha

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Eastwood News / Re: CRY MACHO: Production Information and News
« on: April 28, 2021, 08:24:20 PM »


Personally I could care less if Eastwood's film is released in any month or time because it can be Oscar worthy. Hollywood is so ruined that I don't see Eastwood ever being nominated for anything ever again. At this point in Eastwood's life and career I'm happy the guy is still around and can make a movie which I hope I can enjoy. The dude is going to be 91 in a month and has done everything that no one will ever achieve in that dopey town. If Eastwood can make a movie a year until he can't anymore that's good enough for me. Who cares about awards ...

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         I think there have been Eastwood acting vehicles that I felt many people ignored his performance as in 'Tightrope' and The Beguiled', even 'Bridges' as examples and there have been movies I thought he should had avoided like 'Firefox' (Sorry Gant) or Pink Cadillac.. I can't really say Eastwood had ever been embarrassing though some might say The Rookie or Pink Cadillac were ridiculous. I always felt that Eastwood did a lot of movies in the late 70's  and part of the 80's I felt were misfires. I rather had seen him do ' 48 Hours' and especially 'The Killing Fields' which he was offered instead of Sudden Impact. I wish he would had been offered the James Caan role in 'Thief'.  I also felt he did a nice job in White Hunter Black Heart. ............As far as his directing, I think he certainly grew from 'Misty'. Certainly Letters From Iwo Jima' is brilliant. I think Eastwood has had a diversified career in both. Certainly some classics and some misfires. Regardless, he still the King of Hollywood. No one had done what he's done this long..... Seriously, I only read about the Oscars from last night and how pathetic it's become...Gonna be a sad day when Eastwood's not around anymore.....

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Eastwood News / Re: CRY MACHO: Production Information and News
« on: April 26, 2021, 01:30:12 PM »


          What's even more amazing and scary is 2 months later Dirty Harry was released... Time flies...

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Eastwood News / Re: RIP Bertrand Tavernier
« on: March 28, 2021, 04:28:30 PM »


   Round Midnight.......

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All I know is Orson Welles said on The Merv Griffin show that TOJW was one of the greatest westerns ever made. It was good enough for me then and its true 45 years later.....

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         Extremely underrated actress. She should had won at least the Golden Globes award for her performance in Misty'. I once many years ago read an interview with Eastwood where he was saying he liked the movie The Group' very much and it was probably why he ended up working with three  terrific actors from that movie ultimately in Walters, Elizabeth Hartman and Hal Holbrook.

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Eastwood News / Re: CRY MACHO: Production Information and News
« on: February 05, 2021, 12:15:43 PM »


    Ahhh...

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Eastwood News / Re: CRY MACHO: Production Information and News
« on: February 05, 2021, 06:59:33 AM »

     Aka23.. Really??.. What I saw was a trailer with Eastwood and a young kid holding a cockbird I would guess walking and another shot  of gun fire and a close up shot of Eastwood... Then the words of CRY MACHO... This was a short trailer for HBO Max.. Looked real to me.. I'm confused... Lol...

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Eastwood News / Re: CRY MACHO: Production Information and News
« on: February 04, 2021, 02:56:26 PM »

     One of the moderators might want to upload this, but today I did see a teaser of cry macho .. If you go to Google and type in Cry Macho a 15 second trailer saying first look by HBO Max does show Eastwood and the kid in a scene walking... I'm having probs with my pc so you guys may want to check it out.... Eastwood looks freaking cool in the cowboy hat... !!!!...

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Eastwood News / Re: Hal Holbrook dies at 95
« on: February 02, 2021, 04:38:32 PM »

Holbrook in the tv movie That Certain Summer which was a daring tv movie in 1972 solidified his acting prowess.....

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Eastwood News / Hal Holbrook dies at 95
« on: February 02, 2021, 06:01:10 AM »

    Besides the fact he merely stole Magnum Force with his performance as Lieutenant Briggs, this guy was just a first class diversified great actor. Sad loss..

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General Discussion / Re: What was the last Eastwood film you watched?
« on: January 11, 2021, 03:19:45 PM »


Thanks ....51 years ago.......scary.....

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General Discussion / Re: What was the last Eastwood film you watched?
« on: January 09, 2021, 04:29:44 PM »


Watched Kelly's Heroes again..... Still an enjoyable movie...Found this on the Internet. Not sure anyone ever seen this or this will come out, but very funny with Rickles doing his stuff off screen on the KH set. I don't think anyone in this website has ever seen Eastwood fall over in laughter.....

ABC13 film from press junket in 1968 on the set of Kelly's Heroes

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General Discussion / Re: Music For The Movies of Clint Eastwood
« on: December 28, 2020, 01:44:59 PM »


 I agree. Interestingly enough I found myself on youtube yesterday listening to a culmination of Ennio Morricone's combined soundtracks songs for all of the Western's he did. It was about an hour and a half. A great deal of that stuff is really very moving.. Just beautiful. That stuff will never be outdated. That closing theme for Once Upon A Time In The West can really get you.

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I dislike all my children and I still take Josey Wales over HPD

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General Discussion / Re: Music For The Movies of Clint Eastwood
« on: December 27, 2020, 06:03:11 PM »


The best thing about the Sudden Impact opening theme was the bass playing.....

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General Discussion / Re: What was the last Eastwood film you watched?
« on: December 21, 2020, 12:38:27 PM »

  Watched The Eiger Sanction. Still too slooooow and a bore. Brenda Venus basically is the only reason I stayed with it.

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Eastwood News / Re: CRY MACHO: Production Information and News
« on: December 19, 2020, 08:55:14 AM »
No problem on the edit KC... To be honest AKA23 I don't know how to gauge or anticipate Eastwood movies anymore. Personally, I agree with you on the 15:17 movie with those actors if you want to call them that.. I shut that movie off after maybe 30 minutes cause It was so bad and the acting yeah was ridiculous. But I have to disagree on Gran Torino. I thought Bee Vang was fine and thought Ahney Her was actually pretty good. I mean for a novice I thought Her gave a better performance than let's say Vonetta McGee who nice to look at was stiff and awful in Eiger who was considered an actress ....Though I'm not a fan of Perfect World you are right about the kid in that movie. He was quite good. From what I read about this movie plot and the book review it's basically a episodic story with some morality premise. I think even at 90 Eastwood still has the chops to deliver another type of movie in the same realm with actor novices like he did with Gran Torino. Actually from what I read all the people in this movie are working actors... Eastwood is so commanding on screen I don't even think most people care or pay attention to that minor thing. I just hope it's a good movie like everyone else... 15:17 though was brutal. Listen, I rather see this upcoming movie with no names plus Dwight Yoakam who was quite good in Sling Blade than see Justin Timberlake in another movie with Eastwood......

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Eastwood News / Re: CRY MACHO: Production Information and News
« on: December 18, 2020, 01:53:43 PM »
  From the Deadline Website.....

https://deadline.com/2020/12/eduardo-minett-dwight-yoakam-clint-eastwoods-cry-macho-warner-bros-1234658332/

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Based on the underlying book written by N. Richard Nash and a screenplay written by Nash and Nick Schenk, Cry Macho stars Eastwood as a one-time rodeo star and washed-up horse breeder who, in 1978, takes a job from an ex-boss to bring the man?s young son home and away from his alcoholic mom.  Crossing rural Mexico on their back way to Texas, the unlikely pair faces an unexpectedly challenging journey, during which the world-weary horseman may find his own sense of redemption through teaching the boy what it means to be a good man.

While this is Minett?s U.S. debut, he has had roles in a handful of Mexican TV shows including Como dice el dicho. Veteran actor-singer Yoakam is best known for roles in Panic Room, Sling Blade and most recently Logan Lucky. Traven was most recently seen on the AMC series Soulmates, and Rojas was recently seen in Netflix?s Narcos: Mexico.is repped by

Minett is repped by Ripstein Talent International Agency, Yoakam is repped by CAA and Activist, Traven is repped by Lolo & Company, and Rojas is repped by Vision Entertainment.

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