#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Picking up three years after the events in Magnum Force, a threatening terrorist group called, The People’s Revolutionary Strike Force declare war to the city of San Francisco and demand a ransom to be paid, otherwise they plan to blow the city apart. While Inspector ‘Dirty’ Harry Callahan is at a limbo following his unorthodox method during a robbery, he’s at it to dispatch the terrorist group, by playing their game by being more dirty than ever. But this time, he’s got a new partner, which might prove the task to be somewhat more difficult than ever, unless the two can work together.
Plot: Dirty Harry Callahan returns again, this time saddled with a rookie female partner. Together, they must stop a terrorist group consisting of angry Vietnam veterans.
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Probably the worst of all the Dirty Harry movies.
The only interesting and innovative point in this one is that we have a woman as Harry’s partner. Eastwood keeps nailing his role but that’s about it.
A foreseeable plot with quite a mediocre development.
Probably, the best in this one is the music.
Here’s a seven-point suppository!
The Enforcer is directed by James Fargo and collectively written by Harry Julian Fink, Rita M. Fink, Stirling Silliphant, Dean Riesner, Gail Morgan Hickman and S.W. Schurr. It stars Clint Eastwood, Tyne Daly, Harry Guardino, Bradford Dillman, DeVeren Bookwalter and John Mitchum. Music is by Jerry Fielding and cinematography by Charles W. Short.
Dirty Harry Callahan is tasked with foiling a terrorist organization made up of supposed revolutionaries. However, when he’s partnered by a rookie female cop he’s far from best pleased and feels sure she’s out of her depth.
This is the third entry of what would eventually become five Clint Eastwood starring Dirty Harry films. Sensing the need to inject a bit of freshness to what was obviously going to be a safe “no nonsense cop” formula, the makers introduce a nifty complexity to Callahan’s world by pairing him up with a female cop – one that’s fresh out of school. So with Callahan’s propensity for being irked about partners in general, and his suspected misogyny dangled by his superiors, this is a forward thinking turn of events by the writers.
From a narrative stand point director Fargo (for his feature film debut) doesn’t deviate from what made the previous two films a success. Pacing is steady so that this allows dramatic character interplays to breathe, and forceful action sequences bounce into the fray at various junctures. This is not however detrimental to the story, which zips along and is punctured by customary Dirty Harry humour. The relationship between Harry and Kate (passable but not quite a great casting choice) builds through various stages, from begrudging mentor and pupil beginnings, to something that actually ends up rather touching.
Sadly this “Dirty Harry” film lacks great villainy, the People’s Revolutionary Strike Force come off as a mixed bunch of psychos and confused hippies, with not enough screen time for their leader (Bookwalter) to impact greatly on proceedings. Be that as it may, there’s enough for Callahan to chew on, with the gruff straight talking cop surrounded by the usual moronic bureaucrats and handy allies (the always great Albert Popwell in a customary appearance). Where it stands with fans of the Dirty Harry series as a whole is unclear? for The Enforcer appears to now be fondly remembered more the decades have passed. But it certainly is no dead loss and a strong 7/10 rating I feel is fully justified.
“Suspect my ass!”
Second sequel to Dirty Harry has Harry (Clint Eastwood) trying to stop a terrorist group. But due to departmental quotas, Harry’s been forced to take on a female cop (Tyne Daly) as his new partner. This doesn’t sit well with everyone’s favorite politically incorrect cop. But the new partner proves herself and the two surprisingly work well together. I loved the chemistry between Eastwood and Daly. This is my favorite of all the sequels in this series. It has a lot of humor, a good pace, and solid action. It also has the best script outside of the first movie. This was a good series. If you’re new to Dirty Harry, definitely watch them in order because the ’80s ones, while not bad, don’t have the same appeal as the first three.
Another Good Dirty Harry
This film was to be Dirty Harry’s last outing in the seventies (do not worry though, he had two comebacks in the eighties). It is easy to compare this film, with the two previous Dirty Harry movies, because there some things have (still) not changed. First of all, Harry (obviously) kept his cheeky mouth, which again provides the viewer with the necessary laughs and his boss with the necessary headaches. This is not the only thing that has stayed the same though. Again some of the scenes could have been shorter, thus (theoretically) making The Enforcer a much tighter package. A perfect example of that is the scene in which Harry chases a bad guy to the rooftop of a building. Not only could this scene have been shorter, but it could also have been much more exciting had there been adequate use of music and cinematography. There is however one upside to this installment in the Dirty Harry series, which is, that it is far more stable than it’s predecessors. It is not a decent or good film film, but it gets very close, mainly because of the good acting and the fact that the film remained interesting for the despite it’s downsides. Best Dirty Harry film until then. If you want to know if it is the best in the series, check my comment for Sudden Impact
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 36 min (96 min)
Genre Action, Crime, Thriller
Director James Fargo
Writer Harry Julian Fink (characters), Rita M. Fink (characters), Stirling Silliphant (screenplay), Dean Riesner (screenplay), Gail Morgan Hickman (story), S.W. Schurr (story)
Actors Clint Eastwood, Tyne Daly, Harry Guardino, Bradford Dillman
Awards 2 nominations.
Production Company Malpaso Company, Warner Bros.
Sound Mix Mono, Dolby Digital (5.1)
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1
Camera Panavision Panaflex, Panavision C-Series Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA, Technicolor, Hollywood (CA), USA (prints)
Film Length 2,588 m (Sweden, cut version), 2,635 m (Sweden, uncut version)
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Panavision (anamorphic)
Printed Film Format 35 mm