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Review- A Fistful of Dollars (1964)

I love Clint Eastwood. He epitomizes badassery in a way no one has ever been able to surpass. Not Bruce Lee, not even Chuck Norris. From his signature squint to his growl of a voice, Clint would be recognized as an icon of cool wherever he went. 653 more words

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Take Me Back to Old Wyoming

Wyoming quickly makes itself home to those who need wide open spaces and beautiful landscapes.

This past week I met a location manager who lives in both LA and Cody, Wyo. 175 more words

This Week at the Hand Grenade's Headquarters #20

How is it that a 90 year-old film of predictable images and first-level politics so surreptitiously transformed into a haunting cinematic experience? And how is it that a director who got so many things wrong in his latest film, a war film about a new frontier, got so much right in his revisionist work of the old ones? 1,550 more words

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A Fistful of Dollars

Year: 1964
Directed By: Sergio Leone
Written By: Several people are credited with both story and screenplay

RYAN’S REVIEW

Having just seen this movie for the first time in my life I’m ashamed to have had such a high opinion of myself as a movie fan. 425 more words

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Getting all Black and Blue over Media Literacy

Or is it white and gold?  A few weeks ago, a new viral event entered the lexicon: So, is the dress in that picture white & gold or blue & black?   814 more words

Media Literacy

"Go ahead, make my day."

I don’t know.
Maybe I still smell to you like a prey, even if I am turning the other (not cheek but) page.

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For a Few Dollars More (1965)

For a Few Dollars More is usually looked upon as the black sheep of Leone’s Dollars trilogy but it’s actually one of the strongest. Easily more assured and visionary than A Fistful of Dollars, many of Leone’s directorial trademarks are on display for the first time. 222 more words

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