Western • R • 1992 • 2 hr 10 min
Great story and concept but I really took issue with some of the poor dialogue. Solid movie overall though
"Deserves got nothin' to do with it". A masterpiece
Probably the best movie ever made, an absolute classic.
Reminding us of the good days of the dollar’s trilogy
Great modern western. Gene Hackman is phenomenal. Good story, great execution. Clint Eastwood stars and directs to perfection.
Spellbinding. I saw this in the theater & was blown away. 30+ years later, it’s still at the top. The story & performances are exceptional.
Takes classic western tropes and turns them right on their head. There are no black hats and white hats in this movie. Fantastic.
Clint Eastwood will probably never be associated with a better film than The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, but I appreciate the drive.
A more down-to-earth western, with human beings instead if heroes and villains. The western genre is put into perspective i think.
I don’t know about best picture of the year, but it’s a nice Western with some interesting characters. A couple great moments here and there
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