Movie: The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976)
- Clint Eastwood's work, behind the lens is admirable, for, the film looks like one made by a veteran director. He was a budding director when he made this one.
- Clint Eastwood, in front of the lens, as Josey is stylish with his derogatory spitting antics; He continues from where he left at The Man with No Name trilogy, though a tad more subtly.
- The side-kick characters are all memorable & the sarcastic dialogues and the intense conversation with Ten Bears Red-Indian are awesome.
- The sets, costumes & locations are noteworthy.
- "When you've got to shoot,shoot; Don't talk" says Tuco in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly; That gem of an advice isn't followed in this film too & that makes the villains look dummy
- Music could have been more inspiring