For A Few Dollars More (DVD)

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For A Few Dollars More (DVD)

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Second of Sergio Leone and Eastwood's "Spaghetti Westerns" and "Dollar" trilogy (A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS being the first and THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UG...

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Excellent

“More pasta Mr Eastwood”

published 27/07/2000

ProGreat direction and acting.

Consnone

Made in 1965 this is the second instalment of Sergio Leone's classic spaghetti western'Dollars' trilogy sarted in 1964 with 'A Fistful of Dollars' and featuring Clint Eastwood as the 'man with no name'. ***BACKGROUND*** After the success of 'Fistful of Dollars' (previously reviewed 29.11.01)...

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ProLeone's intense direction and Morricone's evocativ...

ConsSome of the dubbing is a little distracting.

[This article contains some spoilers] The Showdown. As integral to the Western as hats and horses, bat wing doors of a saloon and the piano player who stops when a stranger walks in. For a Few Dollars More is a movie by a director fascinated by the possibilities of the showdown - two men facing...

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Excellent

Prostylish,exciting,atmospheric "spaghetti "western

Consnone

For a few dollars more [1965] is the follow up to italian director Sergio leones earlier A fistfull of dollars[1964].In fistfull,a then tv actor Clint Eastwood shot to fame portraying the mysterious the man with no name.Dressed in honcho gear,unshaven and with cigar in mouth,eastwood was a...

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Super

Progood film

Consit is a cowboy film

I was in my local Blockbusters looking for a film to past an evening, when I came across For a Few Dollars More DVD in their sale at the grand price of £3.50. A bargain I thought, and I mossied up to the till paid my cash and returned to the homestead. This film is part of the Dollars trilogy...

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Excellent

“More - And why not”

published 24/02/2001

ProEverything

ConsNone

In this one (the second dollar movie) Eastwood once again plays the man with no name. Only now he’s become a bounty hunter. After claiming rewards on a few relative nobodies he goes after the big one, a man called Indio, (Gian Maria Volonte) and his ruthless gang who go around terrorising...

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Good

“Keep your hat on!”

published 25/04/2011

ProDecent plot

ConsSome of the acting is pretty terrible

For A Few Dollars More is the second film in a trilogy by Italian director Sergio Leone, a trio of films dubbed "spaghetti westerns" that brought about a lease of life to the Western genre. For A Few Dollars More seems to use a bigger budget than it's fore-runner "A Fistful of Dollars", there's...

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“Just a few more dollars”

published 27/06/2000

ProVery Good movie

Conscan only really be appriciated when viewed with th...

Western do not get much better than this. Directed by Sergio Leone it is nothing short of a masterpiece. It has everything a western should have; confrontations, shoots outs and super cool cowboys. That is Clint Eastwood and Lee Van Cleef. The film is part of a trilogy of westerns by Sergio Leone...

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Excellent

“The Gold Pocket Watch”

published 27/02/2001

ProGreat film

Consbad dubbing

I think this has got to be the best Western film ever made. Why do I think this? Well, it has all the neccessary components of a classic Spagetti Western. If has plenty of action..... It has loads of bad Dubbing..... It has a nasty Villain..... It has Lee Van Cleef and Clint Eastwood in it...

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Excellent

ProGreat Soundtrack, Story and Imagery

Consnone

Clint Eastwood returns as the Man with No Name, a bounty hunter seeking the prized bounty of famed bandit El Indio. Lee Van Cleef is Colonel Douglas Mortimer, another bounty hunter after the same bandit. This film is full of great moments, enhanced by the wonderul soundtrack by Ennio Morricone...

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Excellent

“Classic second outing”

published 09/07/2000

ProSuperb Film

ConsNot enough extras....again

I always wondered why, if this is a continuation on from 'A Fistful Of Dollars', Gian Maria Volonte was in this film when he died in the first as a different character. The answer is simple. He was the perfect actor for the role of Indio. The touching scene of psychopathic Indio studying the...

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Excellent

“one of the best”

published 04/02/2006

Progreat movie, clint eastwood

Cons15 certificate

Plenty of people I know who have watched the film disagree with me that it is one of the best western films made.I totally disagree this film sequels a fist full of dollars,of which is also one of the best around of its time. The sequel has been branded unneccesary and downgrades the 1st film but...

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Excellent

“Yes this is A good film!”

published 19/07/2000

Progreat film,classic in its time

Consquite long,some boring moments

Alot of people i know who have watched the film disagree with me that it is one of the best western films made.I totally disagree the film sequels a fist full of dollars,of which is also one of the best around of its time.The sequel has been branded unneccesary and downgrades the 1st film but if...

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Excellent

ProAbsorbing film with dramatic action sequences

ConsNot quite as good when you've seen it a few times

This film is gritty and quite believeable. Set in who knows where, who knows when, this film is packed with nice scenery and convincing performances. The characters are quite well put together. Clint eastwood as a bounty hunter only interested in money, Lee Van cleef as a wise snd disciplined old...

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Second of Sergio Leone and Eastwood's "Spaghetti Westerns" and "Dollar" trilogy (A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS being the first and THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY the last). The Man With No Name (Eastwood) teams up with a gunslinger (Van Cleef) in order to extract reward money from Volonte, a vicious bandit. There is little doubt to Eastwood's financial intentions in the hunt but Van Cleef seems to be driven by something a bit deeper. A series of flashbacks (which would become a Leone signature device) provides the background for Van Cleef's anger and desire for revenge. Morricone's score combined with Leone's trademark long and lingering shots bring the viewer ever closer to the human side of the Man With No Name.

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