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Step up, preacher-man...step up and make my day...
Clint Eastwood reinvented the western. Where are the good westerns these days? Where are the Clint wannabes? This is what Westerns should be...
Just pray to god the preacher-man will come around and beat your enemies into submission.
Clint was downright scary. He carries off a sword-fight scene in a western with aplomb. He's big, mean, tough, and bad. The baddest of the bad. And unlike Dirty Harry, he's not bad cause he nuts. He's just bad because he is. He's a force of nature.
And seeing Clint in a clerical collar...if that doesn't scare you, nothing will.
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