Flags of our Fathers, Clint Eastwood

I have been watching Clint Eastwood movies since I was a kid (thanks for that Dad, really).

I watched this movie carefully as I suspect one must with a movie of this kind.  I knew bits of this story but wow I did not know the whole thing.  I suspect he got it dead right.  I must say, however, that the movie was not what I suspected, it was much better.  I hope he keeps directing as long as he can/desires to.  Between this and Gran Torino (or was it Grand Torino), I now want to see everything he has directed.


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