Monday, March 1, 2010

Catnip for some

Title by Peckinpah, hero by Leonard.


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5 comments:

Tulkinghorn said...

Looks great, but what is the Peckinpah connection?

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Generic said...

You should know this: famous line from "Ride the High Country:" "I just want to enter my own house justified."

Christian Lindke said...

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.

Tulkinghorn said...

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.

Generic said...

For full effect, te last post should be read aloud in the voice of Ralph Wiggum: "I say, fellows!"