Mortyman From Norway, joined Aug 2006, 3433 posts, RR: 1 Posted (3 years 1 month 15 hours ago) and read 1703 times:
Any recomendations ?
so far I have seen:
A Fistful of Dynamite
A Fistful of Dollars
For A Few Dollars More
The Good the Bad and the Ugly
Hang em High
Once Upon A Time In the West
Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
The Quick and the Dead
Lucky Luke ( w Terence Hill )
I also like "Big Jake" (1971), which is interesting because it takes place in 1909, long after what most would consider the "wild west" was over. However things were still a bit different in the southwest.
I like "Eldorado" (1966) too, it isn't the bast film ever, but I still enjoy it.
"Sergeant Rutledge" (1960) is a fantasic film too. It has a lot of the same people that are in all the John Ford films with the exception of John Wayne.
Yeah, I'll second that one. The "good guys" weren't all that good and the "bad guy" was a sheriff actually just trying to do his job. Lots of shades of grey in this one, not the same old plot. Probably my favorite western of all time and in my top five regardless of genre
25 columba: All Sergio Leone or Sam Pacinpah Westerns are great. Don´t care too much for newer western except for The Outlaw Josey Wales (awesome movie) Unforgiv
26 PSA53: Some others,part 2: Last Train From Gun Hill(Kirk Douglas,Anthony Quinn) Death Rides A Horse(Lee Van Cleef) Cowboy(Jack Lemmon,Glenn Ford) Mask Of Zor
27 TSS: In addition to the many great Westerns already listed, I'll add just one- Little Big Man. Aside from being a vision of the "Old West" that's probably
28 dxing: Amazingly a remake of that classic is about to be released with Jeff Bridges playing Rooster Cogburn. Ah Raquel.....don't forget her other western, B
29 fridgmus: McKenna's Gold, starring the late, great Gregory Peck!
30 PSA53: Yes.What a great pair of movies. How sad that Welch,I believe, was Hollywood's last un-PC actress.I miss those days.