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Change is coming

An essay exploring how the beginning and end showed a change in a character for “Gran Torino” by Clint Eastwood

Many people say that old people fear change as they have grown so accustomed to their old ways but in Clint Eastwood’s film ‘Gran Torino’ we can clearly see that this anyone is capable of change. 1,124 more words

Analytical Essay

Here's Looking At You, Kid

A little bit of history

Alright, not way back in history, but let’s go back to the Clint Eastwood staring 2012 film Trouble With the Curve.  278 more words


Dirty Harry (1971)

Clint Eastwood has played many iconic characters over the course of his career but perhaps Harry Callahan sits at the very top. Callahan highlights everything that Eastwood is good at portraying – a character that possesses a quiet menace outlined by mystery. 978 more words

Film Review of Paint Your Wagon: A Musical about Consensual Non-Monogamy in the Old West

Welcome To Hell, Parson. No Name City, Population: drunk.
-Ben Rumson

Years back, I saw the 1969 film paint your wagon, which, in case you didn’t know, has the unusual distinction of being not only a western staring Clint Eastwood and Lee Marvin, but also a full out musical, with both actors singing. 675 more words


Movie Review: Jersey Boys

The acclaimed Broadway hit finally makes it way to the big screen. With Clint Eastwood in the director’s chair, what could go wrong? Ricky Valley and the gang will sing there hearts out for your viewing pleasure. 142 more words