News: Now showing in theaters: CRY MACHO, directed by and starring Clint Eastwood!


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 on: Today at 02:36:54 AM 
Started by Americanbeauty - Last post by antonis
Thanks for the link :)
That said one has to admit that this doc is probably the worst one ever about Mr Eastwood.
It's really laughable the way they narrate another -probably public domain or at least cheap enough- previous effort on the same subject.
Seriously now ?

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 on: Yesterday at 07:44:57 PM 
Started by Americanbeauty - Last post by Hocine
Hello AKA23,
I am sorry about that.
I have consulted the FAQs of the Arte TV website: it says that if Arte TV has the broadcasting rights of a video in a foreign country, then the video can be viewed from that country, from the Arte TV website: www.arte.tv
You can try it. If it is not available, I hope that the documentary will be broadcast someday in the States.
I have to say that the documentary is pretty good, though the diehard fans will not learn something new.
If you have seen many films, many other documentaries and read many books on Clint, then the documentary will look very familiar to you.

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 on: Yesterday at 07:41:17 PM 
Started by Americanbeauty - Last post by Hocine
Hello AKA23,
I am sorry about that.
I have consulted the FAQs of the Arte TV website: it says that if Arte TV has the broadcasting rights of a video in a foreign country, then the video can be viewed from that country, from the Arte TV website: www.arte.tv
You can try it. If it is not available, I hope that the documentary will be broadcast someday in the States.
I have to say that the documentary is pretty good, though the diehard fans will not learn something new.
If you have seen many films, many other documentaries and read many books on Clint, then the documentary will look very familiar to you.
 

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 on: Yesterday at 05:44:38 PM 
Started by Americanbeauty - Last post by AKA23
I was looking forward to watching this, but I live in the U.S. and unfortunately, when I try to watch this, it says that it cannot be viewed from here. Hocine, do you have a link that might work for the U.S. I think it may be blocked here :( Has anyone found a workaround that can be used?

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 on: Yesterday at 09:50:50 AM 
Started by The Schofield Kid - Last post by Gant
Bone And All

Excellent movie, possibly my favourite of the year? so far

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 on: Yesterday at 05:22:27 AM 
Started by Americanbeauty - Last post by Hocine
Hello everyone,

Here is the documentary, Clint Eastwood: The Last Legend, with the comments subtitled in English:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gKxmwgP61Dg

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 on: December 01, 2022, 04:10:14 PM 
Started by Jed Cooper - Last post by Jed Cooper
Sixteen years ago today, God called my mom Home.  Affectionately known by my siblings and I simply as ?Ma.?  Sad to say I didn?t have as close a relationship with her as my brother, sisters and niece.  While that was a struggle for decades she made peace with me prior to her passing.  That?s all that matters now, along with as many positive memories I can cling to.  For years after she was gone I kidded myself into believing how great it was for family members, friends and colleagues to have such a better relationship with her than I did.  On my 54th birthday in 2020 I had an epiphany while discussing this with my cousin at his home in Kingston, NH.  Ironically, prior to having to move due to health reasons, this is the same town she lived in where she had purchased a home with a lakeside view.  The powerful epiphany was that while I had been repeating those sentiments to him that day, I didn?t truly feel that way.  Upon realization, I was overwhelmed with guilt and became uncomfortable to the point that I had to excuse myself temporarily to go outside for a walk, get some air and contemplate.  Upon my return I explained to him why I?d become emotional and was grateful to have been able to have shared the revelation with him.  I had come to the realization that I?d been carrying jealousy of others because I didn?t share the closeness to her the way they did.  I?d gotten so used to suppressing that because I felt ashamed, but since then I?ve come to terms with it and can now admit and say I truly am glad for the closeness shared by others with her that I didn?t.  Ma wasn?t a religious person and for a long time I wasn?t sure of my own beliefs.  I wish I could hear the conversations she?s having with Him now.  I will always miss her and wish she could?ve been present to witness the arrival of the rest of her grandchildren.  I?m sure she?s watching over all of them very lovingly now and forever.  God Bless you, Ma.         


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 on: November 29, 2022, 02:39:46 AM 
Started by LB13 - Last post by LB13
There is also now a video of the Sideshow people talking about the process of making these figures, as well as of Clint's visit. He says he still owns that poncho. And he apparently was very interested in the work of these people.

Watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2Eju7034vg

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 on: November 28, 2022, 06:17:11 AM 
Started by Gant - Last post by Gant
Very impressed with USA team this tournament. To be fair I think we (UK) were lucky to get away with a draw against you

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 on: November 23, 2022, 03:11:50 PM 
Started by bdc28 - Last post by batfunk2
Great topic ! I gradually became a fan thanks to countless TV reruns. But the real turning point was discovering Clint Eastwood as a director in 1995  with his 3 masterpieces Unforgiven, A Perfect World and Bridges of Madison County.
But I only discovered it at the cinema when I was 27, with Blood Work lol

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