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What is your favorite wild west movie?

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Azazel

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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.

 

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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. :dontgetit:

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letsgoraptors

dances with wolves

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The Algerian

How is anyone's favorite not either "The Good the Bad and the Ugly" or "For a Few Dollars More" is honestly beyond me.

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Choteron

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PapaFuerte

Tombstone one of my favorites off the top.

 

Also Godless on Netflix, call it a very looong movie. Lol

 

Heightful eight.

 

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Mas u Sees

Has to be Tarantinos Django Unchained for me.

 

He reinovated western action to a degree, and polished it up to such phenomenal quality.

 

 

Though I wish that Michael Man, would try himself on a western, would love to see the director of movies such as Miami Vice and Heat, to get his hands down to the wild west.

Man, really masters action scenes, and I believe he would do great in a western.

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Gray-Hand

I think overall, Tombstone will be my huckleberry.

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Dr WGA Labriskagni

3:10 to Yuma

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joshua969

It's not a movie, but I'm re-watching Deadwood now...and yeah, it's amazing.

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Choteron

Very cool movie

 

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UnknownDivision

True Grit for sure

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fryday

no love for the classics???

 

Sergio leones "once upon a time in the west" is still the best epic western movie ever made

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Neon_Dreaming

The Outlaw Josey Wales is a good watch.

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SneakyDeaky

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High Plains Drifter is a 1973 American Western film directed by and starring Clint Eastwood, written by Ernest Tidyman, and produced by Robert Daley for Malpaso Company and Universal Pictures. Eastwood plays a mysterious, prepotent stranger, meting out justice in a corrupt frontier mining town. The film was influenced by the work of Eastwood's two major collaborators, film directors Sergio Leone and Don Siegel. - Wiki

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Nutduster

no love for the classics???

 

Sergio leones "once upon a time in the west" is still the best epic western movie ever made

 

And it's been mentioned in this thread like half a dozen times.

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SneakyDeaky

 

no love for the classics???

 

Sergio leones "once upon a time in the west" is still the best epic western movie ever made

 

And it's been mentioned in this thread like half a dozen times.

 

And it's being mentioned again, as Once Upon a Time in the West is one of my favourite movies.

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The Algerian

It's not a movie, but I'm re-watching Deadwood now...and yeah, it's amazing.

 

Hengdai, f*ing woo.

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Nutduster

 

 

no love for the classics???

 

Sergio leones "once upon a time in the west" is still the best epic western movie ever made

 

And it's been mentioned in this thread like half a dozen times.

 

And it's being mentioned again, as Once Upon a Time in the West is one of my favourite movies.

 

 

Yeah, it rules obviously. I was just dropping a little hint there that people should read the thread before acting like no one in here mentioned a certain movie, or a certain whole era of movies - because lots of people did. Anyway, Sergio Leone is the best and the Dollars trilogy + Once Upon a Time in the West (and to a somewhat lesser extent, Duck You Sucker) are towering classics.

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TheDudeAbides

I'm your huckleberry

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bigraj

Unforgiven, especially after watching it again a few weeks ago. Spectacular storytelling and a great cast giving impressive performances. Hard to go wrong with an Eastwood western flick, though. Josey Wales and Pale Rider are also among my favs.

 

Tombstone is another great one.

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Nutduster

Fellow Unforgiven fans - you should take a minute to read this analysis of what the movie is really about. Very fascinating stuff for the genre (or for any movie really). http://www.jwrinzler.com/unforgiven-an-interpretation.html

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SherifWayne

I know im gonna get hate but I really didnt enjoy the dollars trilogy, unforgiven, etc. I did however just watch Jeremiah Johnson and loved it, I also like Django Unchained, BTTFP3, and no country for old men

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Mokrie Dela

I know im gonna get hate but I really didnt enjoy the dollars trilogy, unforgiven, etc. I did however just watch Jeremiah Johnson and loved it, I also like Django Unchained, BTTFP3, and no country for old men

The dollars trilogy are classic films but I gotta be honest I prefer the other ones you mentioned

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Nutduster

 

I know im gonna get hate but I really didnt enjoy the dollars trilogy, unforgiven, etc. I did however just watch Jeremiah Johnson and loved it, I also like Django Unchained, BTTFP3, and no country for old men

The dollars trilogy are classic films but I gotta be honest I prefer the other ones you mentioned

 

 

You guys must be young, ha ha. Though I admit that No Country for Old Men is terrific. It's really not a Western though - more like a neo-noir with some of the flavor (and setting) of a Western.

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Rusty James

Great movie

 

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I know im gonna get hate but I really didnt enjoy the dollars trilogy, unforgiven, etc. I did however just watch Jeremiah Johnson and loved it, I also like Django Unchained, BTTFP3, and no country for old men

The dollars trilogy are classic films but I gotta be honest I prefer the other ones you mentioned

 

 

You guys must be young, ha ha. Though I admit that No Country for Old Men is terrific. It's really not a Western though - more like a neo-noir with some of the flavor (and setting) of a Western.

 

No Country for Old Men is a Neo/Modern Western. Its a new genre but its getting a lot of traction lately with the success of movies like Sicario and Wind River.

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Mokrie Dela

 

 

I know im gonna get hate but I really didnt enjoy the dollars trilogy, unforgiven, etc. I did however just watch Jeremiah Johnson and loved it, I also like Django Unchained, BTTFP3, and no country for old men

The dollars trilogy are classic films but I gotta be honest I prefer the other ones you mentioned

 

You guys must be young, ha ha. Though I admit that No Country for Old Men is terrific. It's really not a Western though - more like a neo-noir with some of the flavor (and setting) of a Western.

Define young

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Posted (edited)

Age is all a state of mind, boys. Some guys are old men in their 30's, they are just wired that way. And some other guys never grow up!

 

I have certainly noticed a lot more modern films listed in this thread. It's interesting, but I personally feel like I haven't seen a great Western since Unforgiven. But I thought The Assassination of Jesse James, True Grit and Appaloosa were all good. What I haven't seen posted here yet, are more dark comedy Westerns, like The Ballad of Cable Hogue or The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean. Anyone have any other suggestions like these movies?

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xSilencedTNT

3:10 To Yuma

Deadwood (That Fighting Scene On The 2nd Trailer Reminded me of Deadwood)

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Typhus

If you guys haven't seen Seraphim Falls, I highly recommend it. It's a simple story of a lawman chasing an outlaw. But the choice of Pierce Brosnan and Liam Nesson as the leads is inspired. Both guys are grizzled and authentic, and really bring to mind the titans of the genre. The cinematography is stunning, too. Go give it a watch if you can, you won't be disappointed!

 

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