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The Movie – The Mule – by Clint Eastwood.


The need for money leads people to be what they would not like to be and once they become old, the recklessness of living at the risk of paying a high price is stronger than at twenty.

Clint Eastwood’s interpretation is excellent and divine… as always.

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The Movie – The 15:17 to #Paris – By #Clint #Eastwood.


I never read film reviews, I like going to the cinema and instinctively choosing the film to watch, I do not read anything about it before, so I did not know that the actors who play the three heroes interpreted themselves.
As soon as I started the film what struck me was the flat acting of the three adult friends, unlike the children actors who were really good.
The narration is too slow, the first hour flows with difficulty, it is heavy and then in the last stretch all the action, waiting for the film’s beginning, has been condensed into a few scenes.
The idea of the story is good, but the script embroidered too much on the protagonists’ past and on an interlude of present, before the great event, which expands too much.
However, I appreciated the attention dedicated to Italian cities and Italian music that accompanied the images.

This time the director disappointed me.

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The Movie – J. Edgar – By Clint Eastwood.


Perseverance in building a working system is admirable; but the tenderness of the love story between two men, hidden from the eyes of the world, sharing a private life as well as that work, is touching.

I find it so sad and unfair that two people who love each other deeply they are forced to hide their feelings, to escape the public morals crucifixion, because the obtuse mentality and hypocrisy of a society built by the false morality.

Everyone has the right to love those who genuinely want and everyone has the right to be himself.

The Movie – American Sniper – By Clint Eastwood.


The war leaves scars incacellabili in the human soul; kill or be killed, this is the only rule of war.

Consciousness can not be indifferent; sooner or later the madness will have the upper hand.

War is a killing machine, for the body, but especially for the spirit.

Violence begets violence; often happens that men understand only the language of violence and arrogance.

Money and power generating destruction, everywhere and without distinction: the war is the son generated from these two demons.

There will come a day on this earth in which there will be no more war, at the cost to remove the money from the face of the Earth?

I hope so: until that day we never forget those who, to save lives, is killed in the war, in enemy territory or at home.

do not forget no man like Chris Kyle: we will always remember you.

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