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Clint Eastwood Dirty Harry Ultimate Collector's Edition [Blu-ray] [Blu-ray]

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  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 14 x 7 cm ; 794 g
  • Shipping Weight: 748 g
  • Manufacturer reference: 1000037212
  • ASIN: B001608QVS
  • Date first available at June 26 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 35 customer reviews
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Includes all five Dirty Harry films: all special features on the Dirty Harry Special Edition and Deluxe Editions, plus additional special features and contents specific to the Ultimate Collector's Edition. Bonus Feature-Length documentary Clint Eastwood: Out of the Shadows; a 40+ page hardcover book; Wallet w/metal badge and removable laminated I.D. card; Five 5"x 7" Reproduction Lobby Poster Cards plus an exclusive UCE card; Scorpio Portrait of a Killer Poster-Sized (19" x 27") map of San Francisco detailing Harry’s hunt for the killer; Never-Before-Seen Production Correspondence

Five--count 'em, five--chances to wallow in the shoot-first, ask-questions-later ethos of San Francisco cop Harry Callahan, who became a signature character for actor Clint Eastwood. The first one, Dirty Harry, is the best, a Don Siegel film in which Harry flouts rules about police brutality to capture a serial killer. In Magnum Force he tracks rogue cops and utters his "Do you feel lucky, punk?" speech. In The Enforcer he gets a female partner (future Cagney and Lacy star Tyne Daly). Sudden Impact featured him tracking a female serial killer and offered a new catch phrase: "Go ahead. Make my day." And The Dead Pool, aside from offering a smart little chase involving a radio-controlled model car, brought him face to face with Liam Neeson. You can't ask for much more firepower in one box than this. --Marshall Fine --This text refers to an alternate Blu-ray edition.

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I understand many people dislike sequels and that most people put too high of expectations on sequels but I am quite sick of all of the 'wannabe' critics that say, Oh, the first was the best, the rest sucked...that is "the thing to say" I guess if you THINK youre a film fan and follow blindly behind the other sheep bleating just because the other sheep are. Now, everyone has the right to like or dislike a film but if you liked the first film you generally like the sequels. Each film to me is a continuation. If you don't like em, fine, move on. However I find EVERY film presented here a gem. Each film presented here did fairly well at the box office. The point is, these were supposed to be like the bond films but Eastwood decided enough was enough. Some say, awwww, its his worst after the westerns....cmon, hes not gonna do westerns forever!!! ridiculous! The films here are gritty and VERY 70s/80s so newcomers won't find much to relate to here but anyone who is a 70s or 80s child will enjoy these films. Its NOT NYPD Blue, Nor is it Lethal Weapon or any other cop drama. These are films that were VERY revolutionary back in their day and made Eastwood a star, it wasnt his "Man with no name" trilogy that did it, even though they were amazing and got the ball rolling for him. It was these films right here that gave him his trademark saying "go ahead, make my day!". If your a fan of Harry you must own this set, otherwise move off to the pasture and bleat and chew grass like all of the other sheep.
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The November 2001 'Collection' release should please Dirty Harry
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).
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The five "Dirty Harry" films were a great vehicle for Clint Eastwood, The 1971 Original was definately ahead of its time as Harry Callahan tracks & tries to stop a sniper who is demanding money from the City of San Francisco, some of the city's best shots are in this movie, Eastwood's portrayal of a no-nonsense cop who gets no more than 4 amendments wrong as he catches & stops the sniper & then is questioned for his tactics is as real as it gets, & really makes you question the justice system & its treatment of criminals, this is in all fairness the film that paved the way for many cop shows that followed such as "Kojak" & "Starsky & Hutch" as well as films such as "Lethal Weapon", the second film>> "Magnum Force" continues Harry's one-liners & no-nonsense approach to crime, as he investigates several murders invoving many crime lords, only to discover that vigilante cops are doing the killings, & at one point try to seduce him into joining their cause as they talk about the ineffectiveness of the judicial system & that he of all people should understand their cause, echoing his feelings in the first film about criminals, like the first film, some of San Francisco's best shots are here, the third film>>> "The Enforcer" is where this series starts to lose its appeal as Harry is assigned to stop a biker gang who have kidnapped the Mayor for ransom, this one is slow & by the time the end comes, you have lost interest, the fourth film>>> "Sudden Impact" doesn't feel like a Dirty Harry film at all, this one has Eastwood's then girlfriend Sandra Locke as a vengeful woman hell bent on killing the men who gang-raped her, & succeeds up till the last one, who outsmarts...Read more ›
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