Title by Peckinpah, hero by Leonard.
Looks great, but what is the Peckinpah connection?Also, your readers who read books may appreciate this link more:http://www.amazon.com/When-Women-Come-Out-Dance/dp/0060586168/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1267561764&sr=1-1
You should know this: famous line from "Ride the High Country:" "I just want to enter my own house justified."
I cannot overemphasize how excited I am about this project. I like Leonard's pulp stylings and have been a fan of Olyphant's since Scream 2.
Famous the line might be, but it hasn't exactly entered the language... Unless perhaps in the somewhat more elegant version actually in the movie:All I want is to enter my house justified.It reminds me of that great line from Macbeth:The real question I have is really should I be alive or should I not be alive?Anyway, I suspect that the title refers to the (already irritating) hook that the hero only shoots to kill.What looks great is the setting, the tone, and what I'll bet is a great Eastwood turn by Olyphant.
For full effect, te last post should be read aloud in the voice of Ralph Wiggum: "I say, fellows!"
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