What Clint Eastwood films are Must sees?Im a big fan of his most recent films (Director/Actor) , but considering how many films he has starred in spanning a time much longer than Ive even been alive.. what are the absolute must sees?This isnt research for an article, its fodder for my netflix trial? What should I get?
I would suggest a couple. " Play Misty for me " and " Dirty Harry "
Thanks! Dirty Harry has a spot of honor on my shelves.But "Play Misty for me" is new to me.
"Play Misty For Me" is sort of an early 70's version of "Fatal Attraction."
bloodwork, gran torino, dirty harry, escape from alcatrez, mystic river (or did you mean as an actor?) two mules for sister sara
He is amazing in both positions. So I make no distinctionon the western comment: This month I watched all 3 Seasons of Deadwood, so Im a little worn out in that theme and Thanks everyone, Im watching and researching as movies are listed.As for Gran Torino, its currently in the running for my favorite movies ever, hell, I almost teared up when I first heard Mr. eastwood singing Gran torino as the credits roll! ..
I should add, Westerns are not really my thing (some notable exceptions) and many o fhis most recommended that I find in online lists fall in that category
gran torino then.
The Rookie.Him and Charlie Sheen are both cops.
The Outlaw Josey Wales
My hubby is chomping at the bit! He ADORES all the spaghetti westerns. Eastwood is watched every time it comes on TV! It's a house rule, you see.
Million Dollar Baby-that's MY choice!
This is what got me on tonights eastwood searchnow thats acting!
He has THE most amazing facial expressions...nobody close except perhaps Jack Nicholson.
Two of my favorites - Joe Kidd and Honky Tonk Man, which features his son Kyle.
Gran Torino was different, I recommend it to anyone, bit serious and dramatic, but excellent acting.
I am amazed that nobody mentioned Unforgiven.
Definitely Unforgiven! And Pale Rider. And Gran Torino. And Josey Wales. And Hang Em High. And High Plains Drifter.
I think "In the Line of Fire" was one of his better ones but I also liked "The Gauntlet"
"Every Which Way But Loose" LOL
Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't Eastwood play the role of Roddy, (or was it Rowdy)Yates on the TV series "Rawhide"?
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