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petenigma's avatar


These movies legit make me want to have a poncho.
12 years 8 months ago
BigAwesomeBLT's avatar


So much lovely plot and so much going on and it's all squeezed in and great.
8 years 9 months ago
Dieguito's avatar


Great western, a real action movie. Amazing soundtrack by Ennio Morricone.
12 years 3 months ago
Jashezilla's avatar


The story, characters, and just the atmosphere of the whole thing is impeccable. And have to say, Clint Eastwood absolutely kills it.
5 years 7 months ago
SkilledLunatic's avatar


Indeed, Eastwood did nothing for me in this movie. But Rodriguez is one of the best villains I've ever seen. That deadly combo of intelligence and complete madness, like the Heath Ledger's Joker. And ennio morricone do I need to say more?
10 years 11 months ago
jchero's avatar


The best of the Dollars trilogy. I found the pacing perfect in this one as opposed to the two others, which I found drag at times. But, overall the quintessential spaghetti western and by far my favorite western of all time.
11 years 10 months ago
celinesthreedots's avatar


Much better than A Fistful of Dollars
12 years 4 months ago
Boei's avatar


Great movie, very nice soundtrack, nice buildup to a intense ending. Van Cleef is very cool, stealing the spotlight from Eastwood together with an amazing Volontè as the villain.
1 year 7 months ago
Siskoid's avatar


For a Few Dollars More betters the original by solving some of its technical issues and budget problems, and adding Lee Van Cleef to the cast of actors. Van Cleef plays the "Man in Black", a bounty hunter competing with Eastwood's second turn as the "Man with No Name", both equally ambiguous, and after El Indio (Gian Maria Volontè), a mad, tortured outlaw. As with the first film in Sergio Leone's Dollars trilogy, there's every sense that he (and to a similar extent, composer Ennio Morricone) is reinventing the western and yet serving an iconic take on the Mythic West. Again there are set pieces we're not expecting, and the script plays its cards close to the vest, revealing character motivations only when needed, making for a more satisfying picture. And yet, Leone's best and most visual work would be yet to come. A Fistful of Dollars worked as a brilliant esquisse; For a Few Dollars More perfected the concept. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly would take it to the next level and Once Upon a Time in the West be considered his masterpiece. But this, at least, is perhaps Eastwood's personal best in the line.
5 years 9 months ago
DisneyStitch's avatar


Much more violent and unsavory than its predecessor. It brings its grit and blood right to center stage. Lee Van Cleef is a welcome addition to the trilogy and plays well off of Eastwood. Indio is nuts, totally bonkers.
7 years 1 month ago
tommy_leazaq's avatar



He has, towards the end of the movie
13 years 3 months ago
Fellini_Fiend87's avatar



Plus I don't believe he has a pancho in The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.
13 years 6 months ago
Joris B.'s avatar

Joris B.

@ Appie

Nope, you can see him hold the pocket watch thingie in his left hand, so it's definitely from ''For a Few Dollars More''.
13 years 7 months ago
Holden7's avatar


Cant find it anywhere :/
13 years 7 months ago
don_vito's avatar


Great western! And wonderful score (as always) by Morricone!
14 years 1 month ago

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