Foreign animals, street fighting, and Clint Eastwood - Any Which Way You Can has all the elements of a great film. This sensational sequel was snatched from the bottom of the discount DVD bin at Walmart. The film can be enjoyed by all ages and nothing says a great family night with your five year old like witnessing the finer points of street fighting.
Plot: So there are basically four major characters in the film, Philo (Clint Eastwood), Clyde (orangutan), Lynn Halsey-Taylor (unattractive big nose girl), and Orville Boggs (drunk redneck friend). The film starts off with Clint Eastwood destroying a cop in a for money street fight. Clyde takes a dump in the cop car, and Clint comments on the way home after the fight that he is going to retire because he, “is starting to like the pain.” What a badass! Anyways, he runs into the big-nosed girl whom he used to date and after a lot of talking they start dating again. Clint takes one more fight and then the big nose girl nags him enough till he decides to back out of the fight…typical woman. Because the fight he backed out of was set up by the mob, they kidnap the big-nosed girl (finally). Instead of doing what every other self respecting man would do (find another woman and forget about the kidnapped one) Clint feels compelled to take the fight. He ends up joining forces with the dude he is suppose to fight, Jack Wilson, who is sporting a 70′s porn stache. They rescue the girl and then have a 20 min epic fight scene. Clint wins and long live the CLYDE!
Review: This is a tough review to do especially if you saw the preceding film Every Which Way But Loose. The prior film was much better, but this was still worth the buy. There are some weird parts in the film where they insinuate old people having sex which is a little strange. Outside of that, this film is a little slower than the last one which tried to limit the big-nosed girl as much as it could. Still this film holds the trifecta that makes every film worth buying. Is there Client Eastwood? Check. Is there fighting or some sort of gratuitous violence where Client administers his own form of justice? Check. Is there an Orangutan or some sort of exotic animal as a side kick? Check. Well sir that’s worth the purchase price.
Clyde… the ancestor of Chewbacca,