This film has a great cast with Kevin Costner, Sean Connery, and Robert De Niro. The score of Ennio Morricone is exceptional (like always) and I was surprised this film did not when for best original score.
The three main characters and their dynamic personalities really make this film a must-see. A movie with a complicated or on the verge of having a complicated plot is always an enjoyable watch as long as the film isn't too complicated. The art direction and cinematography are exceptional in the film.
I really enjoyed the plot and concept of this movie. It does have the typical 80s/90s action where the characters use the guns like their toys which isn't realistic. If that doesn't take you out of the movie I recommend it.
Once Upon A Time in the West has the best cinematography and score out of the four westerns directed by Sergio Leone. The one true hiccup of this film is the storytelling. Upon first viewing, the film is a bit confusing. While a good film doesn't tell the audience what is going on, but rather shows it without confusing the audience. This film doesn't directly tell what's going on and shows it, but there are confusing parts in the story. Still, this is one of the best westerns ever made.