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The Enforcer (Deluxe Edition) [Import]

Clint Eastwood , Tyne Daly , James Fargo    R (Restricted)   DVD
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
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Trapped by his image in 1976, Clint Eastwood resurrected his Dirty Harry character for a third go-round (out of a total of five) in The Enforcer, a potboiler of a story in which the San Francisco detective takes on a group of revolutionary kids. Tyne Daly costars as a female cop who partners with the reluctant Harry Callahan, and she does very well by a role created merely to underscore and articulate the hero's various virtues. It's a dull package all around, but inside the wrapping are good performances by the two leads. --Tom Keogh

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2.0 out of 5 stars Generic Harry Feb. 23 2014
"Dirty Harry" was a gritty, brilliant suspense movie. "Magnum Force" was more of a Hollywood product, but still a solid timeless thriller.

Sadly "The Enforcer" is the first misstep in the classic Dirty Harry series, skewing the series in all the wrong directions -- we've got dated villains, a weird soundtrack, and an oddly defanged Harry dealing with TV-drama woes (oh no, he's got a WOMAN partner! And she's BY THE BOOK!). Clint Eastwood is as cool as ever, but he seems to be sleepwalking through large portions of the story.

After getting in trouble (again) for using excessive force, Harry (Eastwood) ends up exiled to the personnel department, where he's forced to deal with inexperienced cops being made inspectors. But when his newest partner, Frank DiGiorgio (John Mitchum), is fatally injured by an extremist group called the People's Revolutionary Strike (what?), Harry is launched back into the fray.

To his dismay, his new partner is Inspector Kate Moore (Tyne Daly), who has never made an arrest or worked a real case. But because she's a woman, the publicity-hungry mayor wants her on the case. And when a bomb is set off in the Hall of Justice, the uneasy partners are forced to go after the people responsible -- with shocking and tragic results.

"The Enforcer" doesn't really feel much like the previous two Dirty Harry movies. In fact, it sometimes feels more like an overlong episode of a '70s cop TV show -- just look at the whole subplot about Harry getting an "odd couple" partner who, of course, complements him well. And let's face it, the whole revolutionary bomber thing has not aged well, nor are any of villains very memorable.

And James Fargo doesn't really inject much life into the lackluster story.
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4.0 out of 5 stars good view of modern cities Aug. 17 2012
When you look back at these old society-city type films,many of them are dated,and are not of much interest. Eastwood put these films first in his collection,in a 35 volume pack,since he finds them the most important and ones he would like to be remembered for,with much good bonus material to back up the movies...I find this package extraordinary and although he's disparaged by empty words such as 'fascist' by pauline kael,which he mentions as idiotic as the word 'communist' as being anachronism and bureaucratic jingoism,and he say she is a 'film critic' but she doesnt get the film...he's actually fighting fascism. Anyways the film is choppy and moves from different plot lines in sudden jerks,and isn't smooth,but that's a faulty screenplay,and it begins one way and ends in a differnt tone. We begin with the city of San Francisco, city,and we really live in cities,and the film is about how the police relates to the city...and in this sense hardly dates at all. Perhaps that's why the script moves jerkily along at times. At first we have a detective,female detective who joins him,and he doubts she can deal with the savagery..violence on the streets. There is much disparagement at bureaucrats,and upper police,and the scenarist points a double edged sword,as the lead officer is a jerk...,and some anal comment,and this is in the days of bath house raids and magazines being taken off shelves,as the police keep the cities clean and abusers off the street. This is San Francisco and a reference to gays...and at the time the city had this kind of nonsense to deal with...as most cities did then,,,and was based on bias rather than science... Read more ›
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2.0 out of 5 stars Dirty Harry 3 June 9 2010
By falcon
number three in the series is pretty slow going,in my opinion,and i didn't think the story was of much interest.the action is pretty limited.there are no witty one liners that Harry Callahan(Clint Eastwood)is known for.Eastwood is good as Harry though.Tyne Daly,probably best known for the 80's cop show Cagney and Lacey co-stars as Harry's partner.she is one bright spot here in what is other wise an average production at best.the music is actually pretty interesting though.in terms of quality though this movie is not that great.for me, The Enforcer is a 2/5
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4.0 out of 5 stars "Power to the People" April 8 2004
By MR77100
THE ENFORCER is the third entry to the Dirty Harry series. While a good perforance by Eastwood overall, the movie does not quite match up to the Don Siegel-directed original or MAGNUM FORCE, (which I consider his best movie). While THE ENFORCER is not the weakest Dirty Harry movie, it does have the weakest plot. Here Dirty Harry has to save the city of San Fancisco from a group of rebellious punks who are obsessed with heavy artiliary. They call themselves the People's Revolutionary Strike Force, and they are led by Bobby Maxwell, a deranged Vietnam Vet who wants to terrorize the public in exchange for ransom. After slaughtering 2 gas company employees, they break into an artility warehouse to steal the goods. Harry's partner, DeGeorgio arrives on the scene and is killed in the process. While trying to try down DeGeorgio's killer, Harry is assigned a new parter in the form of Kate Moore, (Tyne Daly), a yacking half-pint who wants to impress him in every way possible. Harry doesn't quite agree with the plan, especially when she is on the force just to coincide with the mayor's plans to be "stylish." But Moore turns out to be more valuable then he ever imagined, helping lead him to Maxwell, and saving his life twice along the way.
Of all the Dirty Harry films, this one has the most humor. The comments that Callahan makes at the personel review of Moore are hilarious. We also have him driving a car through a liquor store, (continuing with the traditon of breaking up a robbery). Another funny sequence is when he chases Henry Lee Coldwell halfway across the city and back! He follows him over fences, across rooftops, and through skylights, disturbing a porn shooting in the process!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Another fine example of why they call him 'Dirty' Harry.
A group of thugs passing themselves off as The People's Revolutionary Army (or something like that) grab a stockpile of weapons and ammunition, killing Harry Callahan's friend and... Read more
Published on Feb. 23 2004 by Chadwick H. Saxelid
5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting Film, But Questionable Message
In this interesting Dirty Harry film, Harry and company duel with a weird group of "revolutionaries. Read more
Published on Nov. 3 2003 by J. Reynolds
4.0 out of 5 stars It has a certain sense of style.
While not as entertaining as the original Dirty Harry, (what could be?) The Enforcer for me was the reason you went to see Rated R Movies in the first place, violence, dirty... Read more
Published on Jan. 14 2003
4.0 out of 5 stars Winnowing out the "Neanderthals"
It's a good thing San Francisco has a cop like Harry Callahan. No punk is safe with Harry around and if they happen to get killed before he can arrest them, read them their rights... Read more
Published on Aug. 27 2002 by Jerry Fry
5.0 out of 5 stars What Do You Want Me To Do, Yell Trick Or Treat At Them?
This one and Sudden Impact has the best Dirty Harry one-liners in them. Dirty Harry takes the law in his own hands, doesn't care what anyone in his department thinks. Read more
Published on July 21 2002
4.0 out of 5 stars A Solid Chapter in the Book of Dirty Harry
In this third chapter from the Book of Dirty Harry Callahan, there's plenty of action as Harry breaks in a new partner and goes after a ruthless bunch, some self-proclaimed... Read more
Published on July 7 2002 by Reviewer
5.0 out of 5 stars Non-PC Harry
Personally I think that this is an excellent movie but not for the reasons that you might think.
This is not the best action Dirty Harry movie, nor is it the best for reasons... Read more
Published on July 3 2002 by Junglies
4.0 out of 5 stars Harry enforces the law HIS way.
It should come as no surprise that, after dealing with right wing vigilantes in Magnum Force, SFPD Inspector 'Dirty' Harry Callahan went up again militant left radicals in The... Read more
Published on Dec 10 2001 by Chadwick H. Saxelid
3.0 out of 5 stars Not exactly "marvelous", but not bad, either
About a decade before Billy Crystal beat the word to death on SNL, "marvelous" became Harry's little catch phrase in 'The Enforcer', which I consider to be the weakest entry in the... Read more
Published on Dec 9 2001 by Zagnorch
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