IBJ Night at the Movies: Clint Eastwood's 'Hereafter'

October 12, 2010
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Clint Eastwood directing a supernatural thriller? Okay, I'm interested.

If you are, too, then enter below for a chance to win passes to see "Hereafter," starring Matt Damon. It's rated PG-13. To watch a trailer, click here.

The screening will be held Oct. 19 at AMC Showplace Washington Square.

To win, just name your favorite Clint Eastwood film, line or cinematic moment below. I'll pick winners at random until passes are gone. Winners will be notified by e-mail and can print out their passes online.

Good luck.

  • I feel lucky
    â??You've got to ask yourself one question: 'Do I feel lucky?'"
  • Million Dollar Baby
    One of my favorites...
  • Cars cars cars
    Best Movie: Gran Torino
  • He reads poetry!
    Clint reading Wiliam Butler Yeats in "Million Dollar Baby."
  • Unforgiven
    This film deconstructed Westerns in a way that made me enjoy them even more.
  • Eastwood
    To finish the thought of "Do you feel lucky, well do ya, punk?"

    but perhaps the best line is the one President Reagan quoted from Sudden Impact, "Go ahead, make my day!"
  • THE Outlaw Josey Wells
    Bounty Hunter - "A man has to make a livin'"
    Wells: Dying is not much of a livin'

    Enough said
  • Eastwood...Clint Eastwood
    Favorite film: Gran Torino.
  • Favorite Eastwood movie
    Absolute Power
  • Swell
    Dirty Harry replies to the former personel employee who has just become Police Commissioner.
  • Eastwood...
    ...as director. The Changeling. Unexpectedly creepy and makes you want to be sure you have a safe word with your kids so they don't get in cars with strangers.
  • Gran Torino
    Loved it!
  • Favority Eastwood Movies...
    I loved all of the "spaghetti" westerns...A Fist Full of Dollars, For A Few Dollars More, and The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.

    Teaming him with Cliff Lee was a stroke of genius...

    I have been humming the tune in my head for years...
  • Clint Movies
    "Outlaw Jose Wales"

    Can not beat a good western.
  • Eastwood
    Favorite Eastwood movie: Unforgiven.

    Favorite Line: "Go ahead, make my day."
  • Clint
    "When its time to shoot, shoot, don't talk."
    The Good, the Bad & the Ugly!
    • Clint Eastwood
      I love just about anything that Clint Eastwood has done.....Dirty Harry, Gran Torino, Two Mules for Sister Sara....he is a winner!
    • Million Dollar Baby
      Hilary Swank + Morgan Freeman + Clint Eastwood = a good thing.
    • I feel lucky
      Gran Torino was a great departure from Eastwood's typical gritty western dramas.
    • New Stuff
      Gran Torino. I love it. My husband likes the classics, but I'm a fan of his newer stuff.
    • Gran Torino
      I like a lot of his movies, but Gran Torino was best!
    • Play Misty For Me
      This was the first good film that came to my mind, a real thriller.
    • 2 Mules and Clint...
      I love'em all, but I still count "2 Mules for Sister Sarah" among my favorites! Remember, "Play Misty for Me" - a good thriller!?
    • Midnight...the best
      Midnight In The Garden of Good & Evil. Eastwood made the unfilmable book, filmable. An excellent movie and fantastic performances all around.

      Outlaw Josie Wales is a close second.
    • Clint Eastwood

      It's a hell of a thing, killin' a man. Take away all he's got, and all he's ever gonna have. ...
    • Favorie Clint Eastwood Movie
      Grand Torino
    • Favorite Eastwood Movie
      Hogans Heroes
    • Clint Eastwood Movie
      Gran Torino
    • Mystic River
      Mystic River
    • Perseverene
      The most enduring trait Mr. Eastwood shows is that age is not a limiting factor toward creativity. Makes the idea of growing old not so ugly.

      The Good, Bad, and Ugly.
    • Unforgiven
      "I've always been lucky when it comes to killin' folks" or

      Little Bill: "You just shot an unarmmed man"
      Will: "Well, he should have armed himself for what he did to Ned"
    • The Man With No Name
      I love the Westerns and this is my pesonal fav.
    • Go ahead and make my day
      By giving me tixs...but my favorite movie is not Dirty Harry-It is Every Which Way But Loose.
    • The Outlaw Josey Wales
      Chow Dan George commenting on gps piece of rock candy: "It ain't for eatin' though, it's just for lookin' through."
    • Short memory
      I havea short memeory on films. My favotire tends to be the last one I watched. Brand Torino...
    • Gran Torino
      I have watched all of his movies over the years............he is one of the very best.
    • "Every Which Way But Loose"
      Right Turn Clyde
    • Clint Eastwood
      Any line from Gran Torino!
    • Favorite Clint Eastwood quote
      "Go ahead, make my day"
      CHARACTER: Harry Callahan
      FILM: Sudden Impact (1983)
    • Best Movie!
      Hey, that's my fav too!
    • Rowdie Yates
      Although Clint didn't say (or sing) it, I love "Head 'Em Up, Move 'Em Out, Rawhide" from Clint's early TV show, "Rawhide."
    • Eastwood
      Go ahead. Make my day.
    • Clint Eastwood
      Favorite Movie:
      The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

      In this world there's two kinds of people, my friend. Those with loaded guns, and those who dig. You dig.
    • Gran Torino
      I think this is the best picture Clint has ever done. I have watched it over and over and never get tired of it.
    • Before there was "Fatal Attraction" there was....
      Play Misty For Me
    • Eastwood
      Gran Torino
    • Clint Eastwood
      Million Dollar Baby
    • Clint Eastwood
      My favorite movie is " Gran Torino ".
      • Best Movie
        Favorite movie is Gran Torino
      • Gran Torino
        Mr. Eastwood is still The Man.
      • cinematic moment
        The Good The Bad and The Ugly
      • Tightrope
        Outside his norm....
      • White Hunter, Black Heart
        "White Hunter, Black Heart" is where I did the 180 degree and appreciate ALL that is Clint Eastwood: direction, acting, etc.

        From that movie:
        "You're wrong, kid. It's not a crime to kill an elephant. It's bigger than all that. It's a sin to kill an elephant. Do you understand? It's a sin. It's the only sin that you can buy a license and go out and commit. That's why l want to do it before I do anything else in this world. Do you understand me? Of course you don't. How could you? I don't understand myself."
      • Corvin in Space Cowboys
        From 'Space Cowboys':
        "Let me tell you something, my dear. Those instructions were written by a fellow in Japan when they made this damn thing. They were probably translated by some gringo who was an expatriate American that couldn't get a job in this country. And then the Japanese guy probably translated him just to double check on him. You don't need these instructions. Not at all. Tear them up."
      • Clint Eastwood
        Dirty Harry
      • Clint Eastwood
        Space Cowboys
      • The Good, The Bad & the Ugly
        Can't beat the music for a western. Love this movie!
      • Favorite Eastwood Line
        "Go ahead. Make my day."
      • Eastwood....
        Favorite: Grand Torino....

        "get off my lawn....."

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