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The Dollars Trilogy Pt 2: FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE (United Artists 1965)

After the huge international success of his A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS , Sergio Leone was red hot. Another Spaghetti Western was hastily written by Leone and Luciano Vincenzoni (and an uncredited assist from Sergio Donati), but FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE is pure Leone, from the visual style to the bits of humor interspersed between the violence. 514 more words

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The Dollars Trilogy Pt 2: FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE (United Artists 1965)

After the huge international success of his A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS , Sergio Leone was red hot. Another Spaghetti Western was hastily written by Leone and Luciano Vincenzoni (and an uncredited assist from Sergio Donati), but FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE is pure Leone, from the visual style to the bits of humor interspersed between the violence. 514 more words

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Classic Review: Aguirre, Wrath of God (1972)

What a great treachery that will be!

This review contains spoilers. It is advised that you watch the film before reading this review. 

 

In his made-for-TV documentary… 1,927 more words

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Tomorrow is my birthday and I have a feeling of peace about it

Yesterday night I had a dream in which I had a haircut. The stylist chopped half of my hair off and I appeared to be quite ecstatic. 1,543 more words

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Aguirre, the Wrath of God

NOTE:  As you may have noticed, my posts have ben rather sporadic lately.  I have been really busy, and frankly, sometimes I just don’t feel like writing.  929 more words

1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

The Unbearable Like-ness of Bae-ing: Werner Herzog

The Unbearable Like-ness of Bae-ing is a semi-regular column where we write about whatever baes we like at present. We will not apologize for the name. 336 more words

A Grumble From The Jungle

All stories are old. The only thing new is you. – Alvin Ailey

Werner Herzog chose Klaus Kinski to play his mad conquistidor, who descends from the Andes to journey down the Amazon River in… 121 more words