Clint Eastwood Archives - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
by | Sep 26, 2021

Lou Aguilar and I are of one mind on Clint Eastwood and his most recent fine product, Cry Macho. I second his two thumbs up in his fine piece from last week. The timeless Clint is one of the few…

by | Sep 19, 2021

Only one man in Hollywoke today could make a movie as old-fashioned, straightforward, and ultimately uplifting as Cry Macho, and trigger half a dozen progressive landmines in 104 minutes. On the surface it’s the simple tale of a broken-down old…

by | Jul 26, 2020

When my old iPhone jingle-jangled a couple of days ago, the heads-up on the screen indicated Unknown Caller. As a rule I let such things go to voicemail, but this time — I don’t know why — I picked up…

by | Jun 9, 2020

In the thrilling climax of The Maltese Falcon (1941), the four lead characters realize that the supposedly bejeweled statuette some of them killed for is just worthless lead. Even hero Sam Spade — immortally played by Humphrey Bogart — acts…

by | Mar 10, 2020

I first learned of Max von Sydow’s passing by reading Nic Rowan’s fine tribute about midnight-30 today. I enjoyed a good deal of Max’s work. To name just one, I liked his portrayal of the intelligent but amoral assassin in Three Days of the Condor….

by | Feb 24, 2020

The chances of Bernie Sanders getting the Democratic nomination are decidedly better than the other declared candidates’, but that is not saying very much, according to the experts, who believe no candidate will win outright on the first ballot at…

by | Dec 24, 2019

There is nothing the least controversial about Clint Eastwood’s terrific Richard Jewell, except to the politically corrected mind. Like another 2019 film panned by the Left, it tells the true story of newsmaking white men and the traditional women in…

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