I think some do and some don't. And I'm always interested in the background shown on bonus discs like the two included in this set. The packaging for me is great. You must return items in their original packaging and in the same condition as when you received them. Additionally, some moves do not have license for the conversion.
Eastwood was involved in - sometimes he's the actor, other times he's the director. Why can't they just include the complete book? It's up to you whether these films warrant inclusion over some of Eastwood's more classic movies. It's not that I care all that much about a depressing movie about boxing -- I like boxing -- but I can't even see the thing. The films all look magnificent on Blu-Ray, as you would expect. Although for those who want to see Eastwood on the screen, it's worth noting that he only appears in 15 of those films. On the directing side the previously mentioned Misty is his first film directing and, while a bit clunky at times, it does have some clever framing and flows very well story-wise.
Its like he's trying to move the crew so fast he's limiting what the cinematographer can do. If you don't follow our , you may not receive a full refund. No decade impacted his growth more as an actor, director and legend than the pivotal years he spent at Universal Pictures between 1968 and 1975 when he made seven movies that laid the foundation for his superstardom. The Clint Eastwood: 3-Movie Western Collection reveals the actor as a different breed of gunslinger, facing different kinds of foes. All 7 discs appeared to be from the same mfg.
This is basically worth a 50 and nothing more. Amazon Prime Video has discontinued Million Dollar Baby from being allowed to be seen. For 20 films the 56 dollar pricepoint is perfect. But this is a review of the conversion to Ultraviolet. There are a large number of his great works included, but there are some glaring omissions as well.
However, out of this set of 7 movies, not a single movie was recognized, not one. These are the films you want to see on a high quality discs. Unfortunately, it's just a 48-page sampler of the book which is 240 pages in total. Clint Eastwood: The Universal Pictures 7-Movie Collection includes a selection of action-packed westerns Two Mules for Sister Sara, Joe Kidd and High Plains Drifter and edge-of-your-seat thrillers Coogan's Bluff, The Beguiled, Play Misty For Me and The Eiger Sanction that make up this important chapter of one of Hollywood's most unforgettable entertainers. I haven't even seen a couple of the new ones so I will get back here to write a little when I get around to watching the complete set. For 50 it is a good deal.
But a disc that your disc doesn't even recognize as a disc should not be in there. I made a good choice and it was very fairly priced. I don't mind slipping the discs in the booklet style presentation. Eastwood was never better than in this one. I didn't want all of these films, but for what is there I did want more than a couple. Most people are familiar with the codes we get in many newer movies, we enter the code and movie appears in our library and that movie is now owned in a digital format.
I am just going to briefly list some minor problems with the set. Otherwise they have to offer ridiculous packaging to accommodate this many films. It is narrated by Morgan Freeman, and Eastwood participates in the film and is interviewed. On the acting side Clint takes on a few roles that stretch him into the territory of being either a charming manipulator The Beguiled or self-centered womanizer who gets in too deep just when he is trying to settle down Play Misty For Me. There is some color incompatibility with those.
Special features Clint Eastwood: 3-Movie Western Collection: Theatrical Trailer Clint Eastwood: 4-Movie Thriller Collection: Theatrical Trailer Play It Again. No decade impacted his growth more as an actor, director and legend than the pivotal years he spent at Universal Pictures between 1968 and 1975 when he made seven movies that laid the foundation for his superstardom. I know this from experience - if you order this from an online retailer, you will likely have discs arrive loose. It is basically 2 individual sets put together in a nice black sleeve box. You can't fault Warner Bros for this because they do not own the rights to those particular films, but this set still feels incomplete without it. In fact, not a single one of the three Sergio Leone spaghetti westerns starring Eastwood is included.