When Dirty Harry tells you to let it go, you let it the hell go. During an interview for the October issue of GQ, Eastwood let it be known that while he started off as a Republican for their support of getting out of the Korean War, in the following decades he’s become disillusioned with their platforms.
Designer Jacob Engberg has a wonderful series of prints called Movies Made for the Mustache, wherein he swaps out words from famous film quotes with mustache icons. “I love the smell of mustache in the morning” isn’t just a quotable line from “Apocalypse Now,” it’s what I chant to myself every day whilst waxing my handlebars. You can buy these prints here!
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The 2010 Rolling Roadshow Tour is a traveling movie screening series in which they will be showing “free screenings of famous movies in famous places.” To promote each of the screenings, UK artist Olly Moss has created nine minimalistic posters for the films being shown. I want these posters immediately.
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In over 25 years, the location where the iconic line from Sudden Impact was spoken by Dirty Harry has seen some changes.