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A career spanning documentary on the legendary Rock 'n Roll group The Rolling Stones, arguably the greatest band of all-time. Is anybody else as excited about seeing this documentary as I am?! The trailer was recently released and it absolutely looks fantastic. Here it is....

The long awaited Tim Burton/Johnny Depp collaboration is almost here!!! The trailer was finally released and it looks absolutely fantastic. Yes, I'm a huge Tim Burton fan. I just love his artisic vision. Anyway, Here's the trailer...

Off-Topic Discussion / What's the greatest Sports Movie Ever?
« on: August 22, 2007, 05:40:50 PM »
So many to choose from. I had to include a lot. I didn't want to dissapoint anyone. All great films none the less. ;)

Clint Eastwood Westerns / Put yourself in Will Munny's place...
« on: August 22, 2007, 04:35:15 PM »
Decisions, decisions. ???

If so, what would it be? What's the one Clint Eatwood film would brighten your day?

Off-Topic Discussion / Tender Mercies (1983)
« on: August 15, 2007, 11:22:58 PM »
An American Masterpiece. I absolutely love this film. If you have a soft spot for DRAMA based films, then this film is for you! The screenplay, the direction, cinematography, and music are all topnotch. This is one of Robert Duvall's best performances, which earned him an ACADEMY AWARD. He is absolutely amazing.

The story revolves around Duvall's character (Mac Sledge) who is a down and out country singer. His life has took a turn for the worst and he try's desperately to put it back together. He then gets married and try's to reach out to his long-lost daughter who he hasn't spoken to in years. This is a great story. I'm sure many of you have seen it, but if you haven't, please do so! It's a beautiful film, and one of my absolute favorites.

Clint Eastwood Westerns / "You better bury Ned right...."
« on: August 13, 2007, 06:53:13 PM »
This line always bothered me a bit at the end of Unforgiven. Why didn't William take Ned's body with him? You would think he'd be the one to give Ned the proper burial. He at least owed that to him being if it weren't for Will, Ned would still be living a nice, quiet, and peaceful life on his farm with Sally Two Trees. If not for that, at least for Sally who was after all his wife.

Did this every bother you that Will didn't take Ned's body?

I've talked to a lot of people who are fan's of the HBO Series and most people find the first season to be the best. I for one love all the season's and am curious what the Deadwood fans here think.

I think this hat is one of the best hat's I've ever seen in a western film. I think it's super cool. Anybody know where I could find a similar looking hat?

For some reason or another I have yet to get around to see this. And, being a huge fan of the western genre, it's a bit of a surprise. I read a lot of bad opinion's about the film and can't understand why. With the talent involved in the film, can it be that bad? With the legendary director John Sturges at the helm, and acting legends Clint Eastwood and Robert Duvall starring, I say to myself, "This must be a misunderstood film."

Without giving away any spoilers, could you just tell me your opinion's of the film and whether or not I should see it or not. I know there are threads about Joe Kidd, but I did not want to read them being there may have been spoilers, so please forgive me for starting this. Thank You! :)

I love both of these Clint Westerns. Sometimes it's hard to choose which is better between the two. What a perfect place to help sort this out.  :)

Clint Eastwood Westerns / Clint Eastwood Western Caricatures!
« on: July 20, 2007, 04:08:08 PM »
I came across these recently and they're extremely cool. I thought you'd all be interested in seeing them! Enjoy...

Clint from A Fistfull of Dollars...

Clint from The Good, The Bad and The Ugly along with Lee Van Cleef and Eli Wallch...

Sure, Charles Bronson was outstanding as Harmonica. I'm not doubting that for one second. I think it was Bronson's best role. Sergio Leone really got the best out of him.

Clint Eastwood was originally offered the part though. It would have been cool to see Clint work with Leone once again. I think he would have gave just as great a performance as Bronson.

Once Upon a Time in the West is my favorite film of all time and being that Clint is one of my favorite actors, it would have been nice to see him there in this. He was also offered one of the three roles in the classic opening. The three gunman, Jack Elam, Woodie Strode, and Al Moluck. Sergio wanted Clint, Lee Van Cleef, and Eli Wallach to play these parts. Could you imagine the shock to see the three of these guy's all gunned down right off the bat!

Although Van Cleef and Wallach agreed to do it, Clint declined saying it would have took away the legend of those three great characters in The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. I guess he may have been right but it still would have been nice to see him in this.

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