#77 at time of writing.
Violence begets violence. And casual racism makes you a hero.
I have a feeling I'm not going to be entirely fair on this film.
Don't get me wrong, it's good, I liked it. But it's too flawed to be so high on the Top 250. It's as subtle as a breeze block wrapped in silk. The acting is occasionally shaky (although not from Clint Eastwood). It's stuck between parable and realism in a way that niggles at my suspension of disbelief.
But the characters are cool, the dialogue is witty, the story is simple and compelling. So maybe I'm being unfair, but this gets a solid seven out of ten for me - and no film would get into my personal Top 250 without at least a high eight.
Entertaining? Yes. Makes you think? A little. All-time great? Nah.