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Safari, March 4 in Red Dead Redemption 2
Fistfull of dollars and Raaaangoooooooo!
Tough one but probably a tie between Tombstone and Unforgiven,
The Good the Bad and the Ugly is my favorite western movie.
I highly recommend Death Rides a Horse. One of the lesser known westerns but a really good one.
As for my favorites, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and the Outlaw Josey Wales come to mind but there are lots of good westerns out there.
Revenant (not really a western but still a classic old frontier kinda movie)
Fist full of dollars
High plains drifter
A million ways to die in the west.
i like westerns but there are a few i don't remember the names of them.
i like high noon, good day for a hanging, support your local sheriff (it's a funny comedy western from the late 60's).
there is one from the late 40's that's good called abilene town.
Boyz n the hood
I don't know western is my favorite genre i have so many in ex aequo, but the last one that impact me very much was The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford and Django Unchained
Hahah awesome modern western indeed
3:10 To Yuma.
I'm sure just like playing hours of RDR my Western fetish will kick into high gear and I'll start binge watching every Western I have.
For a Few Dollars More
You could cut through the tension in this scene with a knife.
Also, the score is bellissimo!
The Man With No Name Trilogy.
3:10 to Yuma. (remake)
The Magnificent 7.
Last western movie I saw was the Hateful Eight
I liked Godless.
Saw the 2010 version of "True Grit" the other night, actually really enjoyed it would recommend
Whatever happened to the strong, silent type? Whatever happened to Gary Cooper?
The good the bad and the ugly not only favourite western but favourite movie overall.
Leone's Westerns are definitely my favorites, seen all of them multiple times, The Good The Bad and The Ugly is definitely my favorite of his though, Eli Wallach is friggin amazing in that movie, Once Upon a Time in the West and Duck You Sucker are also pretty great. Outside Leone's work I really enjoyed Magnificent Seven (original), High Noon, Django Unchained and Tombstone.
In order -
1. The Good, The Bad & The Ugly
3. Once Upon a Time in the West
4. For a Few Dollars More
5. The Great Silence
I'm a big Eastwood fan and a big spaghetti Western fan, as you can tell. The next five would look probably pretty similar.
Tombstone then Three Amigos.
3rd is Django.
Tombstone and Django Unchained
I saw The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford for the first time yesterday. What a great movie!
And very funny - in the train robbery scene - one of the passengers starts speaking danish!!! I, myself, are from Denmark.
I had to rewind and hear it again! I didn´t expect that
Back to the Future Part III (It's the only (and closest thing to a) western I've seen. Not counting the Will Smith movie, Wild Wild West...) I'm not a huge fan of the genre, to be honest.
The Best possible film you could see to get in the mood for the RDR 2 story is The Wild Bunch by Sam Peckinpah as it explores all the same themes.
From IMDB:Outlaws on the Mexican-U.S. frontier face the march of progress, the Mexican army, and a gang of bounty hunters led by a former member while they plan a robbery of a U.S. army train. No one is innocent in this gritty tale of of desperation against changing times. Pump shotguns, machine guns, and automobiles mix with horses and Winchesters in this ultra-violent Western.—Keith Loh
No, but seriously, I really liked Unforgiven - it's not quite up there with the classics, but definitely worth a watch. Django Unchained is a masterpiece in it's own right, but it's sort of in it's own category, if you know what I mean - It's more a Tarantino-movie, than it's a Western.
I know this is 'post your favourite Western', but six months after watching The Magnificent Seven, I still feel the need to express how despicably poor a movie that was, every chance I get. Holy sh*t.
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