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Old 12-13-03, 03:29 AM
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A question of Clint Eastwood

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Absoloute Power
Bridges Of Madison County
A Perfect World
Mystic River

I loved 'em all. Could anyone recommend me any of his other films that are in a similar vein?

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I like alost all of Eastwoods stuff.

Try Bloodwork and In the Line of Fire.
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I liked True Crime.
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Check out some of his 70s flicks. Dirty Harry movies or his first directorial effort, Play Misty for Me.
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Some movies not mentionned that I liked:

-Pale Rider

-Midnight in the garden of good and evil

-White hunter, black heart

And one of my faves (but ya gotta like jazz a bit) -Bird
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You might want also try:
Outlaw Josey Wales (One of my favorites)
Joe Kidd
Kelly's Heroes (If you liked Three Kings, you'll like this)
The Man With No Name Trilogy.

Regarding Bird, Eastwood only directed and produced it. He does not appear in it. And while it helps to like Bebop, it's not necessary to appreciate the story of the self destructive genius Charlie Parker.

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