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I Want Him Dead(Lo Voglio Morto)1968

The first thing I noticed when I started watching I WANT HIM DEAD was that it seemed far different from most in the spaghetti genre I’ve watched over the last few years. 354 more words

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"Two hundred thousand dollars is a lot of money... we’re gonna have to earn it."

Here it is, my favourite movie ever, of all time. The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly It’s the most beautifully bleak, humourous, well written, well directed film I’ve ever seen, a classic western that not only deals with the morality of the time, but also explores the American Civil War through a brilliant adventure story (the fact that Clint Eastwood plays one of the central characters helps an awful lot too.) The film was released in 1966, and directed by Sergio Leone, the Italian director who brought the world… 1,539 more words

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Movie Review: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night

Reviewed by: Alex

When I first heard A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night described as a vampire romance movie, I was ready to write it off pretty quickly. 423 more words

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'The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly' (1966)

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1966)
Directed by Sergio Leone
Starring Clint Eastwood, Lee van Cleef, and Eli Wallach
MPAA: “Suggested for Mature Audiences” in original release; rated R in 1989. 1,181 more words

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TREASURE CHEST: The meanings of "Keoma" (1976)

Spaghetti western has a simple storyline. There is always a hero, alone against everybody, trying to free the oppressed against greedy and emotionless villains. Almost every spaghetti western can fall into that category, and it was refreshing to find one as different as it can be. 803 more words

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Day Of Anger / I Giorni Dell’ Ira (1967)

Director: Tonino Valrerii
Screenwriter: Ernesto Gastaldi/ Tonino Valrerii
Soundtrack: Riz Ortolani
Starring: Lee Van Cleef, Giuliano Gemma, Piero Lulli
Country: Italy & West Germany
Run Time: 1Hr 53Mins 48 Secs… 624 more words

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