Clint Eastwood

Clint Eastwood - Joe Joe 3/18/10 To understand the...

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Joe Joe 3/18/10 To understand the greatness of Clint Eastwood, one must look no further than the epic saga that is The Good, the Bad and the Ugly directed by Sergio Leone. The plot follows three gunslingers as they shoot through a civil war torn west in pursuit of $200,000 in confederate gold. The Man with No Name, also known as Blondie, also known as Client “the motherfucking badass” Eastwood is the Good. Despite the carnage he witnesses from the civil war brutality he is not ruthless and unfeeling as the Ugly and Angel eye’s are. "I've never seen so many men wasted so badly," he laments at one point in the film. The most blatant display however, is shown at the conclusion of the film. After a three-way gunslinger show down (, absolutely crazy I might add,) Blondie finds himself in possession of all $200,000 dollars and with the life of Tuco in his hands. Tuco has attempted to kill Blondie twice, in the most ruthless fashion, once forcing him at gunpoint
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