[The intrinsic attraction of flat tax has been most pithily expressed by none other than Clint Eastwood.] All of a sudden, what do you have? ... You have the whole tax system run by a little old lady on a home computer, doing the work of all these thousands of bureaucrats and accountants.
"Dirty Harry" is a 1971 American action film produced and directed by Don Siegel, the first in the Dirty Harry/Dirty Harry series. Clint Eastwood plays the title role, in his first outing as San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) detective Harry Callahan (character)/"Dirty" Harry Callahan. The film drew upon the actual case of the Zodiac Killer as the Callahan character seeks out a similar vicious psychopath.
Dirty Harry was a critical and commercial success and set the style for a whole genre of police films. Upon its release, film critic Roger Ebert said, "Dirty Harry is a very good example of the cops-and-killers genre." The film was followed by four sequels: Magnum Force in 1973, The Enforcer (1976 film)/The Enforcer in 1976, Sudden Impact in 1983 (directed by Eastwood himself), and The Dead Pool in 1988.
In 2012, the film was selected for preservation in the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress for being "culturally, historically, and aesthetically significant."More Dirty Harry on Wikipedia.
McG has teamed with up-and-coming scribe John Glenn to develop a contemporary.