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About the Movie
If A Fistful of Dollars began the Eastwood legend, then its sequel, For a Few Dollars More, cemented it. Clint Eastwood makes his return as “The Man With No Name,” this time teaming up with a rival bounty hunter (Lee Van Cleef as “The Man In Black”) to take down a ruthless outlaw and his band of renegades. This gritty, “hard hitting” (Variety) western masterpiece would be followed one year later by The Good, The Bad and The Ugly to complete director Sergio Leone’s brilliant Spaghetti Western Trilogy.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 33
- Fresh: 31
- Rotten: 2
- Average Rating: 7.8/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: A hard-hitting western with upper-case values out of the busy Italo stable, this is a topnotch action entry.
Fresh: Here is a gloriously greasy, sweaty, hairy, bloody and violent Western. It is delicious.
Fresh: Leone's artful editing of close-ups to communicate the characters' spatial relationships is always a pleasure.
Fresh: Lean, mean, atmospheric and blackly comic spaghetti western by the team who all but invented the genre, well deserving of its reputation as one of the era's very best.
For A Few More Dollars.
Was a steal at 4.99 to buy. Highly recommand, second best in the 3 movie series.
Extremely Good, But Worst of Trilogy
Stories do not relate to each other besides Eastwood being a drifter. An extremely good movie, but just a little too long and less cohesion with the story. Wonderful overall film, but the weakest which is not a knock on the film, since it is compared to the other 2 which are among the greatest films ever made.
My favourite of the trilogy
Yes, The Good The Bad & The Ugly is considered Leone's masterpiece with good reason (it's epic scale, unforgettable soundtrack, greatest climactic standoff, etc.), I will always personally love For a Few Dollars More the best. The film is better in my opinion for being much more compact and perfectly paced, with Lee Van Cleef as a protagonist for once; he perfectly portrays the older/more experienced Col. Mortimer with the dignity and nobility of an eagle (Leone's own justification for casting him in the role). A Fistful of Dollars was Leone learning by imitation, remaking Kurosawa's Yojimbo; For a Few Dollars More is the director at his tightest and most efficient, while showing his true skills as a narrative creator in his own right.
- Genre: Western
- Released: 1965
- © 1966 Alberto Grimaldi Productions S.A. All Rights Reserved.