Charles Bronson and Claudia Cardinale star in Sergio Leone’s loving tribute to the myth of the American West, which features Henry Fonda in a rare role as a cold-blooded villain.
More than simply a loving spoof of Hollywood westerns, this is one of the funniest movies ever made and one of the most audacious satires of racism to come out of Hollywood.
Clint Eastwood stars in Sergio Leone’s classic Civil War epic, arguably the definitive spaghetti western.
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Eastwood brings warmth and low key humor to his previously cold-blooded revenge-seeking persona in this post-war western, his fifth film as a director.
In Django Unchained (2012), Quentin Tarantino takes on one of his favorite genres: the spaghetti western, with all its extreme violence, operatic drama, eccentric characters, and brutal portrait of frontier existence. But Tarantino being Tarantino, he doesn’t just make a big, violent, sprawling western filled gunfights and clever talk and driven by revenge and Old […]
John Ford made his Technicolor debut with Drums Along the Mohawk (1939), a stunning pre-western about young settlers in the rich forest lands of the Mohawk Valley during the Colonial era. Claudette Colbert takes top billing as the cultured wife and Henry Fonda is her salt-of-the-Earth husband who takes her out of the city and […]