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 on: Yesterday at 11:54:53 PM 
Started by The Schofield Kid - Last post by Gant
I saw Summer of Soul(Or, when the revolution could not be televised )in the cinema last week..

Absolutely mind blowing? impossible to imagine how this amazing concert has remained unseen for over 50 years..
A truly awesome experience.. packed with great artists? blows Woodstock totally out of the water 😁

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 on: Yesterday at 05:39:04 PM 
Started by The Schofield Kid - Last post by AKA23
Think I might check out "Stillwater" this weekend. I'm a big fan of the writer/director's previous film, Spotlight, I like Matt Damon, and the story sounds appealing.

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 on: Yesterday at 05:36:36 PM 
Started by AKA23 - Last post by AKA23
I think "A Perfect World" is one of his best movies, and am also happy he acted in it. But it is a much slower paced film, and more of a Costner starring vehicle than an Eastwood one, so I understand why its not a favorite for some Eastwood fans.

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 on: Yesterday at 05:33:56 PM 
Started by MC - Last post by AKA23
In my opinion, this is a little bit of an odd choice for a host channel for Clint's films, but posting because the article mentions two new documentaries, which may feature Clint.

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Fox Nation Enlists Clint Eastwood to Help Fight Streaming Wars

By Brian Steinber

Fox Nation has enlisted a new face to help it navigate TV?s streaming wars.

As part of a licensing pact with WarnerMedia?s Warner Bros. studio, the Fox News-backed streaming outlet will offer six classic films featuring Clint Eastwood throughout the month of August, along with two original documentary specials made to accompany the movies. The films to be shown include 1971?s ?Dirty Harry,? which is in the midst of its 50th anniversary, 1976?s ?The Enforcer,? ?1983?s ?Sudden Impact,? 1988?s ?The Dead Pool,? 1985?s ?Pale Rider? and 1986?s ?Heartbreak Ridge.?

https://variety.com/2021/tv/news/fox-nation-clint-eastwood-streaming-fox-news-1235029284/

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 on: Yesterday at 07:07:36 AM 
Started by AKA23 - Last post by exit00

Yeah I like the Yoakam casting too, but I'm in the complete minority on this but I'm hoping it's not another Perfect World which I found to be a overrated bore....

And I've always thought that A Perfect World was a highly underrated movie with Costner (as well as the kid) so good in that role.  I will say that I almost wish Clint had not been in that movie, just directed it.  I don't know much about the book Cry Macho but from what I read, the main character in the book is 35 years old...

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 on: July 27, 2021, 05:08:19 PM 
Started by AKA23 - Last post by Perry


Yeah I like the Yoakam casting too, but I'm in the complete minority on this but I'm hoping it's not another Perfect World which I found to be a overrated bore....

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 on: July 27, 2021, 04:48:43 PM 
Started by AKA23 - Last post by exit00
I expect Cry Macho to be one of Eastwood's small personal films

Yeah, I think so too.  Maybe it will be another older/younger relationship picture like A Perfect World, Million Dollar Baby, or Honkytonk Man.  One thing we can be sure of, Clint will have a lot of his usual great one-liners.  I also love the Dwight Yoakam casting.

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 on: July 24, 2021, 10:51:12 AM 
Started by Matt - Last post by Matt
I don't really agree. A lot of people who aren't getting vaccinations have already had COVID. Their natural immune system is giving them the protections that the vaccine would, but the vaccine is more likely to cause them to be very ill than those who haven't been vaccinated. So trying to shame/force these people to get vaccinated so they can fly, work, etc., is ridiculous.

I watched Matt Damon's video yesterday, and find it ridiculous. So he has friends who are immunocompromised and can't get the vaccine, therefore, hae wants everyone else to get vaccinated so we reach herd immunity. Welllll.... a lot of the people who aren't getting vaccinated also have good health-related reasons not to. I have a good friend who is older, in her 70's, and due to extreme allergies cannot take any of the 3. I did discuss J&J with her, thinking it would be safer, but her doctor told her to not even risk that.

This conversation is ridiculous. Let everyone make their own health decisions. If you're vaccinated, you're safe from a serious case of COVID. I don't see why anyone is worried if they're already vaccinated.

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 on: July 24, 2021, 10:37:26 AM 
Started by AKA23 - Last post by Perry

 I expect Cry Macho to be one of Eastwood's small personal films. I'm not expecting a 100 mill performance. If the movie gets a reaction like Gran Torino that would be tremendous, but this movie is based on a very obscure book which actually is being re-released on September 14 in paperback. I'm hoping its a movie worth seeing.

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 on: July 24, 2021, 06:42:58 AM 
Started by Matt - Last post by AKA23
I will always support people's health decisions being free of government intervention. This includes assisted suicide, abortions, and vaccinations. Everyone should make their own health decisions for their own body. Period.

Whether the vaccine should be mandated or whether people should retain the freedom to choose to get it or not is a worthwhile and thought provoking discussion to have, but it?s not what I?m talking about. My main thesis is that many of the unvaccinated seem to be disproportionately worried about what is likely to be a lower risk treatment that for almost everyone will pose no actual threat, while most people are much less concerned, based on their behavior, about medical choices that are statistically much more likely to harm them and which pose a much greater risk to their health. As someone who did get vaccinated, do you agree or disagree with that, Matt? What does everyone else think? I?d love to hear more perspectives on this.

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