#5. The Rookie: Directed by Clint Eastwood, this action-buddy comedy was a box office flop, but, it has earned a cult status among fans since. It features incredible action stunt pieces that were all done practically. The movie had Clint Eastwood teaming up with Charlie Sheen. Raul Julia was on duty as the main villain with Sonia Braga and Lara Flynn Boyle supporting.
Synopsis: Tough veteran officer Nick Pulovski teams up with David Arckman, a rookie policeman. Will the duo be able to chase down a German criminal who is involved in a dangerous car-theft ring?
#4. Unforgiven: Directed by and starring Clint Eastwood, this was Clint’s last western movie.
Synopsis: William Munny, a widower with two young kids and a retired gunfighter, gives up everything after marriage. However, things change when Schofield Kid brings him an irrefutable offer.
#3. The Outlaw Josey Wales: Directed by and starring, Clint Eastwood.
Synopsis: Josey Wales makes his way west after the Civil War, determined to live a useful and helpful life. He joins up with a group of settlers who need protection, something only he can provide.
#2. Gran Torino: Directed by and starring Clint Eastwood. When initially announced, people assumed Gran Torino was the sixth Dirty Harry movie. Which would have seen Dirty Harry come out of retirement to avenge a family member. What we got instead was a powerful drama that at 78 years old, Eastwood proved he still had what it takes to be a powerful presence on screen.
Synopsis: When Walt Kowalski’s neighbour, Thao, tries to steal his 1972 Gran Torino, he decides to help him reform. However, Walt gets involved in a feud with a local gang leader when he saves Thao from them.
#1. Dirty Harry: Directed by Don Siegel. Clint Eastwood played ‘Dirty’ Harry Callahan from 1971 – 1988 in which Eastwood starred in five movies. Harry is known as Dirty Harry because his methods when it comes to killers and robbers is unorthodox, he always gets the job done.
Synopsis: A tenacious SFPD inspector teams up with an inexperienced officer to track down a sniper who has been killing innocent people. When due process gets in the way, he takes matters into his own hands.