Clint Eastwood

Here’s an alternate take using just the posters rather than also including the year, title and blurb. Both options could be used particularly for “topics” like DTV where the scroll would be enormous, or other layouts could be implemented. Still just in the experimental phase.

A Fistful of Dollars Hang ’Em High Coogan’s Bluff Where Eagles Dare Paint Your Wagon Dirty Harry Magnum Force The Enforcer Every Which Way But Loose Any Which Way You Can Firefox Sudden Impact Tightrope City Heat The Dead Pool The Rookie Unforgiven In the Line of Fire Absolute Power Space Cowboys Blood Work Mystic River Million Dollar Baby Flags of Our Fathers Letters from Iwo Jima Gran Torino Invictus Hereafter J. Edgar Trouble with the Curve
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10 Responses to “Clint Eastwood”

  1. Beautiful!! just great!!

  2. http://www.imdb.com/news/ni50104783/?ref_=hm_nw_mv_t2

    This looks cool. Would love to see that panel with Aaronofsky.

  3. Thursday night on the best tv channel:

    http://www.tcm.com/this-month/article/612570%7C0/Clint-Eastwood-as-Director-5-30.html

    I’m assuming Vern will at least make an appearance in the “special thanks to…” portion of the credits.

  4. Mouth – When Clint talks to the empty chair, he’s actually talking to Vern but he’s been digitally erased because of [REDACTED].

    Also after that doc airs, one of Clint’s best movies WHITE HUNTER BLACK HEART will play.

    Good fucking movie.

  5. Clint has just cast Christopher Walken for JERSEY BOYS. God, I hope they do another film with Clint on screen.

  6. http://www3.screenarchives.com/title_detail.cfm/ID/26666/THUNDERBOLT-AND-LIGHTFOOT-1974/

    Can’t wait for this. It’s my 2nd favorite Eastwood movie (below UNFORGIVEN).

  7. “I looked in his eyes and saw that look of panic people have when they see their life passing before their eyes.”

    “Eastwood Saves A Life”

    http://www.pineconearchive.com/140207-1.html

  8. So that puts him in with Harrison Ford and Mark Harmon as leading men who actually saved someone’s life. It’s oddly satisfying sometimes how life imitates art.

    I’m glad Clint’s doing AMERICAN SNIPER next. In his hands it could be possibly another classic.

  9. If only he’d concluded this act of mini-heroism with: “Do ya feel lucky?… well, do ya punk?”.

    I suppose this now exonerates him from the “doddering old goat talking to the empty chair” episode. Good job, Clint.

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