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DIRTY HARRY: Streetwise San Francisco police detective Harry Callahan will nail the serial killer Scorpio…one way or the other…no matter what “the system” prescribes. Don Siegel directs one of the best police thrillers ever made. MAGNUM FORCE: Sharpshooting rookie motorcycle cops have turned vigilante, eliminating crooks the courts can’t touch – thereby venturing into Harry’s cross-hairs. Written by future directors John Milius and Michael Cimino. THE ENFORCER: When terrorists rob an arms warehouse and go on a bloody extortion spree, city leaders seek out Callahan, who’s now teamed with a lady partner (Tyne Daly) with two jobs: tracking down the terrorists – and winning Harry’s confidence. SUDDEN IMPACT: On an out-of-town assignment, Harry tracks a traumatized rape victim (Sondra Locke) coldly gunning down her bygone attackers. Fueled by the line that became a national catchphrase: “Go ahead. Make my day.” THE DEAD POOL: Fame isn’t Callahan’s style. He’d rather not be lumped in with a rocker, a film critic and a talk-show host. They’re slain celebrities named in a mysterious betting pool. And Harry just joined the list.
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die-hards a great deal. Look up the individual titles for more detailed comments from me.
DIRTY HARRY (1971) 4- Stars
A very well made genre film that holds up very well and remains
a pretty violent and gritty film. Directed by Don Siegel and featuring one of Eastwoods finest and most charismatic performances, this is the one that set into stone one of the most enduring formulas for action films. A formula still in use today.
Magnum Force (1973) 3 1/2 stars
the first Harry sequel is a film for action movie and or Eastwood junkies to appreciate. It softens Dirty Harry's character however and actually makes more political type statements than Dirty Harry does. It's not a great genre film but it mostly holds up pretty well and is entertaining.
THE ENFORCER (1976) 2 1/2 stars
The Enforcer really changed Harry Callahan's character. On one hand he's a bad-(...) quick with the quips kind of a guy... but he's really quite a softie. The film turns Harry into a kind of fish out of water dinosaur. When it was made, that variation on the Action film hero wasn't as cliché'd as it is now, but it still feels forced and insincere. It's watch-able but don't have high expectations for this one. Lalo Schiffrin didn't do the score for this one unfortunately and he's missed. This is also John (one year younger brother of Robert) Mitchum's last Harry film (he played Detective
'Fatso' DiGeorgio in the first three Harry's).Read more ›
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everything went according to plan and it arrived earlier than promised
Again with the ....I bought ti for my hubby .....he loves anything Clint Eastwood has made or stared in. ,Published on Aug. 14 2013 by Gwen Lemay
Gotta love these movies. Classic action/cop flicks that are well with the price. This is a great collection and fun to watch.Published on Feb. 4 2012 by WesternCanadian
I received the DVD as promissed. I was able to order it on line and receive it without any hassle and delivered to my door step. Read morePublished on Jan. 30 2012 by Rajan
This set is great for those not wanting all the crap from the ultimate edition. Only flaw with set is discs are taken directly from the ultimate edition set. Read morePublished on Feb. 22 2010 by Joshua Thompson
this product came on time and in perfect condition. Thank you and I look forward to ordering again and again.Published on Nov. 8 2009 by Tammy Robinson