Dirty Harry
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
The best of the spaghetti Westerns Eastwood made with director Sergio Leone (and composer Ennio Morricone).
Current Score:
3148
Total Votes:
5500
2
The movie that introduced the world to the Man With No Name is a textbook example of how to make a Western.
Current Score:
1709
Total Votes:
2823
3
Between Eastwood's pairing with Lee Van Cleef, the breathless shoot-out that opens the picture, and the ending, there's too much to love.
Current Score:
1688
Total Votes:
3328
4
Both directed by and starring Eastwood, this seventies Western is as violent and dark a movie as any you'll find.
Current Score:
1490
Total Votes:
2822
5
Eastwood directs and anchors an Oscar-winning cast as a retired gunslinger reluctantly drawn back into the game.
Current Score:
1486
Total Votes:
4186
6
Eastwood's spot-on portrayal of the tough-guy titular cop in this gritty 1971 flick inspired countless imitators in the years that followed.
Current Score:
1470
Total Votes:
4596
7
If Eastwood hadn't already perfected the role of amoral gunman riding into a nowhere town, he did it with this, his second directorial effort.
Current Score:
974
Total Votes:
2226
8
Eastwood redefines the idea of the grumpy old man as a veteran who looks after a wayward teen neighbor.
Current Score:
920
Total Votes:
2856
9
This no-nonsense prison-break flick was filmed on location, never lets up its sense of tension, and is among the standards of its genre.
Current Score:
835
Total Votes:
2573
10
As the grizzled boxing coach at the heart of this moving flick, Eastwood stars opposite Hilary Swank's determined boxer who could.
Current Score:
389
Total Votes:
3275
11
Eastwood is a radio D.J. with an obsessive-fan issue. Creepy as hell, this thriller was also Eastwood's directorial debut.
Current Score:
374
Total Votes:
2320
12
Eastwood and John Malkovich spar so brilliantly that their banter nearly upstages the explosive conclusion.
Current Score:
369
Total Votes:
2399
13
Clint stars a mountain-climbing art professor who can't quite shake his former role as a government assassin.
Current Score:
276
Total Votes:
774
14
Eastwood does comedy! Well, sort of. But this war-heist movie co-starring Don Rickles is every bit as funny as it is dramatic.
Current Score:
236
Total Votes:
1888
15
When a bandito attacks one of his workers, the title character raids the village in search of revenge.
Current Score:
235
Total Votes:
607