A Fistful of Dollars (Blu-ray Disc)

  • SKU: 22872748
  • Release Date: 06/04/2013
  • Rating: R
  • 4.7 (3)
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A timeless western film Posted by: from: on A Fistful of Dollars is the first film of Sergio Leone's timeless spaghetti western trilogy. As such, it is a must-see film anyhow, but this also happens to be only of the best westerns, and indeed films, of all time. The story begins when the Man With No Name (Eastwood) drifts into a town that is run by two competing gangs. Learning of these gangs from a local saloon keeper, the Man hatches a scheme to play both of these gangs against each other, using himself as an inside man, hoping to get rich off of the wreckage. Then, the bodies begin to back up. This film doesn't rely as much on solid characters, especially villains, as the others two in the series, and the premise is less exciting, but it's still a great film, and the cultural relevance of it can be found everywhere in our culture nowadays. This film and the other two are an absolute must-see, and if you have yet to get into this marvelous series, whether you are a fan of westerns or just good cinema, now is the time.

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a new kind of western Posted by: from: on Although obviously inspired by Akira Kurosawa's classic Yojimbo, A Fistful of Dollars introduced us to a new kind of western. This wasn't the typical, bloated John Wayne figure, rather Clint Eastwood, in his star making role, was a drifter whose past was unknown but whose interests (making money) weren't. His Man With No Name (as the American press came to dub his character in all three of Clint's films with Leone) manipulates, and is manipulated by, two warring factions in a distant town on the Mexican border. This film rightly put Clint, Leone, and composer Ennio Morricone on the map.

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One of Eastwood's Best Posted by: from: on I just love this Sergio Leone film. By far one of Clint Eastwood's best films in my opinion, especially in regards to all the westerns he did. This much anticipated collector's edition is loaded with bonus features that were absent from the previous dvd incarnation, and will surely not disappoint fans of this classic!

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