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For a Few Dollars More(Per qualche dollaro in più)

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Italy, Spain, West Germany · 1965
Rated R · 2h 12m
Director Sergio Leone
Starring Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef, Gian Maria Volonté, Mara Krupp
Genre Western

Two bounty hunters pursue "El Indio," one of the most wanted fugitives in the western territories in the second of Sergio Leone's spaghetti western series featuring Clint Eastwood’s cigar chomping gunslinger, “The Man With No Name.” A gritty, violent, and stoic Western that has everything you could ask for in an instant genre classic.

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Time Out by

Not as stylish as The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, but a significant step forward from A Fistful of Dollars, with the usual terrific compositions, Morricone score, and taciturn performances, not to mention the ubiquitous flashback disease.


The New York Times by Bosley Crowther

The fact that this film is constructed to endorse the exercise of murderers, to emphasize killer bravado and generate glee in frantic manifestations of death is, to my mind, a sharp indictment of it as so-called entertainment in this day.


Chicago Reader by J.R. Jones

Leone's artful editing of close-ups to communicate the characters' spatial relationships is always a pleasure, and here he unveils his stylistic signature—extreme close-ups of the characters' eyes—as Van Cleef surveys the villain's wanted poster.


Empire by Kim Newman

It has a wealth of marvellous Western imagery, grotesque-comic business (Van Cleef striking a match on seething baddie Klaus Kinski’s hunchback), Ennio Morricone’s baroque score, iconic stars and unforgettable supporting faces.


The A.V. Club by Sam Adams

While it doesn’t have the lunatic fervor of The Good, The Bad’s climatic cemetery shootout, For A Few Dollars more feels like its successor’s equal, which is about as great a compliment as I can bestow.

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