For A Few Dollars More [DVD]
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After the success of 'A Fistful of Dollars', Clint Eastwood's Man With No Name reluctantly joins forces with bounty hunter Colonel Mortimer (Lee Van Cleef) to battle psychotic bandit El Indio (Gian Maria Volonte) and his gang of outlaws. Director Sergio Leone's spaghetti western once again features Ennio Morricone's atmospheric score.
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In any case it is one of the best Westerns ever made.
Of course the third in the trilogy is a masterwork which I love (even got a poster of it on my wall!) but there's something great about this film that makes me so fond of it, it's just unfortunate that the third film was such a landmark of the Western genre that this film often doesn't get the recognition it deserves, like a younger brother trying to live up to the greater achievements of the older. I think what swings it for me though is just the amount of brilliant one-off scenes that this film has. For instance, the card scene where Clint cheats (the film doesn't show it but i like to think he does!) 'I didn't hear what the bet was?' - 'Your life.' Also the tongue in cheek of it all is superb, like where Clint and Van Cleef test their shooting skill by shooting each others hats off and all over the place!
But don't let this mild humour fool you, there is a serious revenge story behind all this and the plot unfolds like the timepiece which is centre-fold to the story. Sergio Leone manages (along with its plot, action and everything else) to cram in a good deal of vivid imagery into this film as well, I for one will never forget the picture of the three mexican gunslingers silhouetted against the town waiting for Manco to enter. Additionally, don't expect to see Lee Van Cleef match his performance here in the good, bad & ugly, his portrayal of Colonal Mortimer here is understandibly tough but understatedly moving as the film reaches its climax, and for me its Cleef who steals every scene.
This film for me is a modern great/seminal classic whatever you want to call it its one of them!Read more ›
The quality of acting,film sets,music score and vertually everything else sets it apart as prabably my favorite of all three of the Dollar Trillogies.
Gian Maria Valonte was given a second outing and thankgoodness because he plays the phycotic El Indio to perfection.
Clint is well pared with Lee Van Cleef who eventually team up for different reasons to bring El Indio and his gang to justice.
At the end of the film we see Van Cleef give the fortune in bounty away to Clint because his motives for revenge are totally different.
The script is by far the most intelligent of any spagetti western and that opening scene at Twcomcary where Morriconies brilliance makes the gunning down of Guy Callaway that more spectacular with the music and tension.
The fact that Van Cleef is the bounty hunter in the scene takes second stage,it is the atmosphere given to us by Morricones score that makes the killing that more impressive.
It is in my opinion one of the most memorable scenes next to the shoot out at Sad Hill cemetery in the next installment in any of Leone work.
You can watch the scene again and again,the directing and acting are as close to perfection as you are likely to see in any wetern and that includes any of the classics.
Leone clearly worked exceptionally hard to make this second western a success.The script and music score are at the peak of direction.The acting and choice of actors were another reason for the films success.
Clint clearly takes on the mantle as the mysterious bountyhunter who will stop at nothing to bring the baddies to justice.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Clint Eastwood in the Spaghetti Westerns is a classic that you definitely need in your collection.Published 1 month ago by L. Emslie
Great film considering its an old film it played very clear received when seller said it would prompt service especially as I live in space nPublished 2 months ago by thomas
One of the best western Movies of all times : For a few dollars more . The masters of Cinema : SERGiO LEONE ( director ) , ENNiO MORRiCCONE ( the Music Composer ) turned the... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gentille Adrian Buzatu
Even better than its predecessor and the fob watch motif is just plain haunting! Clint rides again!Published 3 months ago by E C LANE
This film was the second of Sergio Leone's Spaghetti westerns.
Much better than 'A fistful of Dollars'. Maybe not as good as 'The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. Read more