Great movie great soundtrack
A Zoroastrian theme at its core, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly exhibits life by following the money, as they say, when three outlaws find the whereabouts of stolen Union Army loot, and then showdown for it. Spoiler: The "luckiest" wins!
Studious percievers will draw the relation between Angel Eyes and No Country for Old Men author Cormac McCarthy's Anton Chigurh.
For the love of all that is good, bad and ugly, where the hell is Ennio Morricone's place in the credits?
My favourite film of all time and one of the best movies ever made.
A blind-buy DVD purchase for me and now my favorite film of all time. For the purists, I've seen it twice in theaters, thank you.
Leone's camerawork was nothing short of revolutionary, Ennio Morricone's score is unforgettable, and the characters were reserved in their performances.
was just gifted the Italian poster of the film!
One of my first DVD purchases
Ennio Morricone score. Shot in Techniscope. Clint Eastwood. Lee van Cleef. Eli Wallach. So entertaining even at 2hr 55min. And the greatest opening title sequence, bookended with one of the greatest duels in the western genre, if not; the greatest. What more could anyone want?
A Definite Leone Spaghetti Western.......
Let it be the music or the duel at the ending.....
This movie is a definitive version of Yojimbo which any other cant do the justice to that plot of Kurosawa masterpiece Yojimbo....
I am not big fan of westerns, but this movie great to watch. It follows the same basic plot, but the ride was enjoyable.
The standard to which all westerns should be judged.
Unique character development, tongue in cheek humor!
Energetic, visually stunning! The true spaghetti western.
In the context of what has become the perception of film as entertainment, this in my opinion is one of the most important works to ever come out. To this day, it is one of if not the most enjoyable films on repeat viewings.
It also strikes me to this day how successfully Leone made a Western Civil War atmosphere so surreal and worldly...
The greatest film ever made, in my humble opinion.
Eastwood is everything I want to be.
quiero verla ahora CSM!!!
amazing what Leone could do with a long lens
I like this movie very much.
This is such a great spaghetti western with superb acting, directing, and excellent music to top it all off!
SOOO quintessential. absolutely timeless.
The best Western film OF sergio Leone
The quintesential western. A masterpiece in every sense of the word. The best version is almost three hours long but it feels like it flies right by. Has one of the greatest endings of all time.
Epitome of the spaghetti-western. phenomenal acting trio; epic, raw, operatic grand direction by the unique Sergio Leone, sublimed by Ennio Morricone's score, a quintaessential, perfect film-music marriage. fantastic at every level.
The scene in the graveyard is absolutely nerve-wrecking. Also, I think one of the best sequences of the film is Eli Wallach running around the graveyard to Morricone's brilliant The Ecstasy of Gold.