Eastwood Reviews — #11

Play Misty for Me Poster

“Al, you ever find yourself being completely smothered by someone?””

Play Misty For Me (1971)
Directed by Clint Eastwood
Written by Jo Heims and Dean Riesner
102 minutes, rated R

It should be noted that while I do believe very strongly in the wonderment of an audience experiencing a movie’s twists and turns on their own, these reviews will not shy away from spoilers if they are necessary to discussion of the film.

Quick rating: 4/5

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Eastwood Reviews — #10

The Beguiled Poster

“The corporal seems to be having an effect on all of us.”

The Beguiled (1971)
Directed by Don Siegel
Written by John B. Sherry and Grimes Grice
105 minutes, rated R

It should be noted that while I do believe very strongly in the wonderment of an audience experiencing a movie’s twists and turns on their own, these reviews will not shy away from spoilers if they are necessary to discussion of the film.

Quick rating: 4.5/5

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Eastwood Reviews — #9

Kelly's Heroes Poster

“This isn’t Geneva, Colonel.”

Kelly’s Heroes (1970)
Directed by Brian G. Hutton
Written by Troy Kennedy Martin
144 minutes, rated GP

It should be noted that while I do believe very strongly in the wonderment of an audience experiencing a movie’s twists and turns on their own, these reviews will not shy away from spoilers if they are necessary to discussion of the film.

Quick rating: 2/5

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Eastwood Reviews — #8

Two Mules for Sister Sara Poster“Lady, if you weren’t a nun, I’d let you save your own bacon”

Two Mules For Sister Sara (1970)
Directed by Don Siegel
Written by Albert Maltz
116 minutes, rated GP

It should be noted that while I do believe very strongly in the wonderment of an audience experiencing a movie’s twists and turns on their own, these reviews will not shy away from spoilers if they are necessary to discussion of the film.

Quick rating: 4.5/5

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Eastwood reviews — #7

Paint Your Wagon Poster“The one sacred thing, even to low scuff like me, is a man’s pardner.”

Paint your Wagon (1969)
Directed by Joshua Logan
Written by Alan Jay Lerner and Paddy Chayefsky
164 minutes, Rated M (rated PG-13 as of 2001)

It should be noted that while I do believe very strongly in the wonderment of an audience experiencing a movie’s twists and turns on their own, these reviews will not shy away from spoilers if they are necessary to discussion of the film.

Quick rating: 1/5

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Eastwood reviews — #6

Where Eagles Dare Poster

“Broadsword to Danny Boy. Over”

Where Eagles Dare (1968)
Directed by Brian G. Hutton
Written by Alistair MacLean
158 minutes, rated PG

It should be noted that while I do believe very strongly in the wonderment of an audience experiencing a movie’s twists and turns on their own, these reviews will not shy away from spoilers if they are necessary to discussion of the film.

Quick rating: 3.5/5

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Eastwood Reviews — #5

Coogan's Bluff Poster

“…yesterday we had a prisoner in custody. Today we’ve got a fugitive wandering around with your gun in his pocket.”

Coogan’s Bluff (1968)

Directed by Donald Siegel
Written by Herman Miller, Dean Riesner, and Howard Rodman
93 minutes, Rated R

It should be noted that while I do believe very strongly in the wonderment of an audience experiencing a movie’s twists and turns on their own, these reviews will not shy away from spoilers if they are necessary to discussion of the film.

Quick rating: 2/5

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Eastwood Reviews — #4

Hang 'Em High Poster

“How many men are you gonna have to hang to heal your scar?”

Hang ‘Em High (1968)
Directed by Ted Post
Written by Leonard Freeman and Mel Goldberg
114 minutes, Rated M

It should be noted that while I do believe very strongly in the wonderment of an audience experiencing a movie’s twists and turns on their own, these reviews will not shy away from spoilers if they are necessary to discussion of the film.

Quick rating: 4/5

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Eastwood Reviews — #3

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Poster

“Two hundred thousand dollars is a lot of money. We’re gonna have to earn it.”

The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly (1966)
Directed by Sergio Leone
Written by Age & Scarpelli, Luciano Vincenzoni, and Sergio Leone
178 minutes, rated R

It should be noted that while I do believe very strongly in the wonderment of an audience experiencing a movie’s twists and turns on their own, these reviews will not shy away from spoilers if they are necessary to discussion of the film.

Quick rating: 4.5/5

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Eastwood reviews — #2

For a Few Dollars More Poster

“When two hunters go after the same prey, they usually end up shooting each other in the back. And we don’t want to shoot each other in the back.”

For A Few Dollars More (1965)
Directed by Sergio Leone
Written by Luciano Vincenzoni and Sergio Leone
132 minutes, rated R

It should be noted that while I do believe very strongly in the wonderment of an audience experiencing a movie’s twists and turns on their own, these reviews will not shy away from spoilers if they are necessary to discussion of the film.

Quick rating: 4/5

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