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A lot of people like to see this kind of no nonsense guy which I think accounts for much of it's appeal.
This is the film that really went after political correctness by exposing the difficulties faced by law enforcement in dealing with truly evil criminals.
Callahan trails the wounded man to Kezar Stadium, where without warning, Harry guns Scorpio down with his .44 magnum.
If you haven't seen Dirty Harry by now, you should watch it just to say you have.Published 6 days ago by drumwraith
It had been many years since I last watched this film; I rented it on a whim (perhaps nostalgia fueled). Read morePublished 1 month ago by MattN_
It's funny, but in the first few minutes, I actually thought, "Clint Eastwood does a really good Jim Carrey doing a really good Clint Eastwood! Read morePublished 2 months ago by California Dreaming
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|What Blu rays are you getting on June 3rd?||
It is a good week. Cloverfield is a strong maybe, There Will Be Blood is required viewing. Signs will be coming home with me as well. If I hadn't bought the Dirty Harry set on standard DVD a couple of years ago that would be on the list as well. Face Off will probably have to wait a coupleof... Read More
Jun 2, 2008 by Stephen Cords | See all 2 posts
|Dirty Harry and Italian horror films||
Not at all. The giallo style doesn't really show up in the US until the very end of the seventies in films like 'The Eyes of Laura Mars,' 'Dressed to Kill' and the slashers - and it is usually very diluted.
Where there are huge stylistic similarities would be in the poliziotteschi that... Read More
Dec 11, 2009 by Gryphon X | See all 4 posts