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  • Strong and Capable Actor and director

    • Riccardo
    • 2009-11-09

    Eastwood learned the craft of acting and direction from the bottom up. I think he's a top flight entertainer...who dabbles in more serious work. Nothing wrong with that at all, but the large majority of his work until fairly recently has not had a high intellectual content. His recent interest in euthanasia, won him an Oscar for direction...but this is atypical of his whole body of work. He remains the consummate entertainer/craftsman, whose reputation depended upon his films being done on time and on budget. For this, he is loved by Hollywood financiers, as much for his speedy process, as for his many box office successes.

  • Clint Eastwood is best!

    • ClintFan
    • 2009-08-31

    What a great actor and director! I loved his early films .... I remember the way he draped his poncho, rolled his ciggies and fired his guns at lightning speed! What about the way he curled his lips ... and he only spoke a word or two, with a totally disinterested look on his handsome face! Ohhh! That did add to his attraction. l really enjoyed his "I talk to the trees". His gentle voice matched the beautiful lyrics of the song (who cares what the critics say). It was somewhat difficult to relate the Clint of the later films, in full suit and all, with the Clint we all knew and loved, in his cowboy kit with poncho casually thrown over his shoulder. He is still the greatest! Go Clint go!

  • Clints the best!

    • Jeff Wilson
    • 2009-02-24

    Great western and all around actor!

  • Last of the great movie stars

    • Frank
    • 2007-12-08

    Eastwood is the last of the great male stars from Hollywood. A tall 6'4" man who was a screen grabber. He did not need to be cast by special needs of his size and was never intimidated to be cast with a strong actress. A ground breaker in so many ways including one of the first male stars to have an interacial romance on screen (Eiger Sanction). As John Wayne may have portrayed roles that would make him someone American males would have wanted as their father or grandfather, Eastwood for American males may have potrayed on screen the guy most of us would like to think we could be. Self reliant and well abled to handle any situation with a bit of smug wise guy attitude.

  • Clint Eastwood

    • Craig
    • 2007-02-15

    One of the last true Hollywood REAL stars. He, Lee Marvin, john Wayne were a class in them selves. Eastwood is the last of are heros I feel. We have no real movie heros to look up too,

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