Overall Rank: 230
Average Rating: 3.2/4
# of Ratings: 386
Theatrical Release Date: 05/10/1965
Genre: Western, Action
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Sergio Leone
Actors: Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef, Gian Maria Volontè, Mara Krupp, Benito Stefanelli, Klaus Kinski
Plot: A man with no name teams up with another bounty hunter to catch an outlaw, in which they both have different stories as to why they want to catch him.
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FSUNoles27TS - wrote on 01/07/2013
This easily climbed to the top of my favorite Westerns. Clint Eastwood is amazing in this film. The storyline is great. I love that the two paired up for the journey against one of the best villains to play in a western ever. So much was said in so few words in this flick. Without giving anything away, the ending of the movie was a total surprise. It made so mcuh sense that it was all about something for the one character. A masterpiece.
Moji - wrote on 05/20/2012
it's the best western movie ever, and the second movie is the good the bad and the ugly and the third can be Once upon a time in the west and 4) unforgiven
mitchellyoung - wrote on 10/26/2011
Though not as striking as the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Leone presents another smoldering Western that immerses the audience among seedy characters and impressive landscape visuals. The film masterfully juggles different plotlines that intersect and conjoin within the film's many violent confrontations.
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Daniel Corleone - wrote on 11/17/2012
Monco aka. The Man With No Name - "It's a small world. The Hunchback - "Yes and very, very bad. Now, come on. You light another match." Viewing this the second time around proves that it is one of the best westerns ever produced. The Man with No Name(Clint Eastwood) and Colonel Douglas Mortimer (Lee Van Cleef) are skilled bounty hunters who earn money by killing wanted men. Both meet and talk about certain situations to get El Indio (Gian Maria Volonté). Score alone is sufficient to keep you interested with the genre. Performances all around superb, cinematography was gorgeous while the plot unique and smart. Characters were well developed adn screenplay well writtedn with lines: "Tell me, isn't sheriff supposed to be courageous, loyal and, above all, honest?" "I was worried about …
Yojimbo - wrote on 04/16/2012
"The man with no name" returns in this sequel to A Fistful of dollars in which he forms an uneasy alliance with another bounty hunter to kill the head of an outlaw gang while they hatch a scheme to rob the most heavily guarded bank in the territory. For A Few Dollars More is not considered the best of the series by many, but I personally prefer it to the (damn good) original at least. It feels far more like a true Leone film, is better paced and boasts not one but three commanding presences in the form of Clint, Lee Van Cleef's steely eyed and clinical assassin, and Gian Maria Volonte's sinister bandit. The interplay between the three is fantastic and there are many classic Leone moments including his trademark framing of weathered, characterful faces against epic landscapes. There is …
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