Review – The 15:17 to Paris

Clint Eastwood has changed the course of his career in recent years.  He has stepped out of the spotlight and shifted to roles behind the camera, in particular producing and directing.  He has put out some fantastic work (Million Dollar Baby, Gran Torino - in both of which he still had starring roles) and some creative... Continue Reading →

74. Sully

Sully is Clint Eastwood's first film since the disaster that was American Sniper.  I don't care how much money it made.  I don't care what awards it was nominated for (and usually lost).  Many viewers got caught up in fabricated "patriotism" and entirely overlooked what a mess of a film it actually was.  Bradley Cooper gave a... Continue Reading →

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