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A great movie & quintessential spaghetti western. The climatic shoot out is as good as it gets. All set to a dramatic soundtrack, which has never been bettered.
amazing movie, the man with no name
Everything you've heard about this movie is all true, subjectively the best movie score of all time, fantastic acting, character building, camerawork, etc. Going back to the score, Ennio Morricone delivers a timeless score that more than deserves its own review, the score is absolutely amazing and gets stuck in your head for days. The movie manages to engage you for 3 whole hours with little dialogue, the characters are thoroughly enjoyable and intriguing. Sergio Leone masterfully directs the movie turning it into a work of art that holds up wonderfully over 50 years later. The final scene is incredible, how it manages to be so immersing with so little dialogue is fascinating. The movie exceeds every expectation and will leave you satisfied or even wanting more despite the long run time.
A masterpiece of story-telling and imagination, if you are willing to digest wonder after wonder and not care much about intellectual stirring.
Make up your mind.
A Spaghetti Western epic in the strictest sense, with an expansive "prequel-like" story, another great Ennio Morricone score, and slick action. Though Clint Eastwood's Man With No Name is just as cool as ever, it's a bit of a shame that the one character who gets the most screen time is Tuco, who gets pretty annoying before long.
I respect that the film was ground-breaking in its day and is an important part of film history. Buy compared to modern works, for me, it does not have much going for it.
Van Cleef and Eastwood characters are an ode to masculinity, what society is missing nowadays awesome movie
Great fantastic phenomenal action movie starring Clint Eastwood and 2 other guys who are phenomenal. This is the best western of all time. I can't believe this movie is almost 3 hours and none of it is boring. Too good.
Freaking amazing. Greatest Western of all time. One of the greatest movies of all time. Clint Eastwood is super hot in this as well. A little long on the runtime, but definitely does not drag because of great acting, intense action, deep themes, and an incredible score.
While it shares similar characteristics and themes to its counterparts, this Sergio Leone film is an undisputed classic! It provides everything from exceptional set design, amazing score, charismatic and fully developed characters to a compelling story that sticks with you days after viewing. Furthermore, you can see how this film in particular has influenced so many filmmakers stylistically, proving that "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" is an undeniably good cinematic staple!