with it's overpopulated cast, mystic mumbo jumbo and a solid hour of Gregory Peck & Omar Sharif bickering, it's really hard to recommend this one
it IS different, but that's about it
Absolutely sinister (and one of the best films of the 1960s)
Walter Matthau chews the scenery like nobody else in the world (save perhaps Peter O'Toole)
Jean Seberg comme une fille beaucoup trop proche de notre Père David Niven, un goujat de premier ordre ... le tout au grand dam de Deborah Kerr
Certainly not what you'd expect with Donovan (the high priest of pop psychedelia). It's a depressing, doom & gloom slice of life in the 14th century...more K Russell than J Demy...still, it's hard to not recommend it
Jerry Lewis, Gore Vidal, Norman Taurog, a talking dog...draw your own conclusions
Music by Maurice Jarre, cinematography by Jack Cardiff, stars like Rex Harrison, Oliver Reed, Raquel Welch, Harry Andrews, and George C. Scott...and it's still a DUD
A tightly wound thriller with a dynamite performance by Yves Montand
It's entertaining to a certain degree, but it's not, repeat NOT, anything approaching a Spaghetti Western...it's paying perverse tribute of sorts to the likes of MANDINGO & DRUM. Despite the name DJANGO and the presence of Morricone and Nero, there's nothing hear that harkins back to any spaghetti western I can think of...
Essential Di Leo
THE FLINTSTONES meets THE ICE STORM?
Somehow forgotten despite a great Alan Arkin performance
The title is more clever than the film; still, it's an entertaining 1960s time capsule
The cinematic equivalent of a bowl of plastic fruit
It's certainly brilliantly acted...and director John Huston makes the most cinematic of all Williams plays translated to film
An extremely funny movie
Not nearly as good as Tony Curtis seems to think both he and the film are
One of the best made-for-TV movies
Epic insanity 1960s style with an astounding cast including James Mason, Alec Guinness, Sophia Loren...all upstaged up by Christopher Plummer...playing a demented lunatic as Hitler in a toga
One of the GREAT movies
NOT Castellari's finest....Franco Nero's performance is in fact quite bad
Not so much directed as it is staged by Lewis Milestone. Trevor Howard is excellent and Brando's outrageous turn pays off
A triumph from the always interesting Boorman
Tim Burton's best film since ED WOOD
Probably the flat out kinkiest spaghetti western ever...ultra violent and then some...
Argento came out swinging with this masterpiece....arguably his best work!