clinteastwood-blog:

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shiny-good-rock:

almeriamovies:

Clint Eastwood in Los Albaricoques

as in 

A Fistful Of Dollars

& “For a Few Dollars More

Artwork by DimestoreKult  

here’s a link to the artist’s store. it looks like this piece has sold but there’s a lot of really beautiful art available for these movies, other italian westerns, and classic cinema. worth checking out!

almeriamovies:

Clint Eastwood in Los Albaricoques

as in 

A Fistful Of Dollars

& “For a Few Dollars More

Artwork by DimestoreKult  

neodemon591:

Richard Jewell is directed by Clint Eastwood with a script from Billy Ray and stars Sam Rockwell, Kathy Bates, Jon Hamm, Olivia Wilde, and Paul Walter Hauser. The film tells the true story of Richard Jewell (Hauser) who helped saved the lives of hundreds of people at the Centennial Olympic Park Bombing at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. Once the investigation begins Jewell becomes the prime suspect in the case as the person who planted the bomb, only to be villainized by both the government and the media. This is a story that I’m glad is being told on the big screen as it’s a story that I believe everyone should know about. Richard Jewell is an excellent film about and shows that at his age Clint Eastwood can still tell a compelling story. 

The performances in this film are top notch particularly from Sam Rockwell, Kathy Bates, and Paul Walter Hauser. Sam Rockwell portray’s Jewell’s lawyer and he’s great as always, but it’s the chemistry he shares with Hauser that make these characters believable and real. Kathy Bates portrays Jewell’s mother and much like any of her performances she’s terrific and has that Oscar worthy scene. The real star of the film though is Hauser who embodies Jewell and he gives the breakthrough performance of the year. Hauser is known for his supporting comedic roles, but here he puts on an unforgettable performance that will surely open the doors for him in future projects. 

There’s not much I would fault this film for other than the portrayal of a certain character and how they come across in the film. Most films based on true events there’s always some artistic license that’s taken and how someone may feel about that is left up to the viewer. This is a story that’s important to put forth on screen today as it holds a mirror up to our current society. Richard Jewell is a timely film as it examines how media and government play a role in the news and how conclusions can be made without getting all the correct facts when events happen. I would think most audiences would come away from this film and say that Richard Jewell was a hero who saved countless lives from something that could have been far worse. 

chevvyyates:

thenotsobad-thebad-andtheugly:

Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die! (1968)

thenotsobad-thebad-andtheugly:

Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die! (1968)

armchairmusings:

Clint Eastwood, 1969, Vizinada (Croatia), photo take while filming Kelly’s Heroes

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stuckinreversemode:

Turns out you do!

coping-via-clint-eastwood:

thatdeepandlovelydark:

coping-via-clint-eastwood:

thatdeepandlovelydark:

thatdeepandlovelydark:

bleak-nomads:

thatdeepandlovelydark:

I hold in my hands a book calling Eastwood “dynamically lethargic”. U hilarious book I can see I’ll enjoy you.

oh my god na il ed it

“Clint squints at him suspiciously, quizzically, Eastwoodly, all the time applying lube to his Schmeisser”

It is a dramatic liveblog of “where eagles dare” and I am baffled that you can get a publishing deal for this but it’s great

I want this book 😂😂😂

It is called “broadsword calling Danny boy: watching where eagles dare”

@thatdeepandlovelydark Thanks!