For a Few Dollars More

1965

Action / Western

45
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 94%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 94%
IMDb Rating 8.3 10 182736

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Director

Cast

Clint Eastwood as Monco
Lee Van Cleef as Col. Douglas Mortimer
Sergio Leone as Whistling Bounty Hunter
Klaus Kinski as Juan Wild - The Hunchback
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964.85 MB
1280*538
English
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23.976 fps
2hr 12 min
P/S 5 / 28
2.01 GB
1904*800
English
NR
23.976 fps
2hr 12 min
P/S 4 / 36

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by bkoganbing 6 / 10

More mayhem for the dollar

With the success of A Fistful Of Dollars you knew a sequel had to be made and Clint Eastwood left the small screen for good as Rawhide concluded its run and he was back in Europe for another pasta western with Sergio Leone. Making the trip with Eastwood was Lee Van Cleef and the two play a pair of bounty hunters after the outlaw Gian Maria Volante and his gang of cutthroats. The usual amount of bloody mayhem was dished out by Eastwood, Van Cleef and the gang itself.

The treat in this film is watching Eastwood and Van Cleef taking each other's measure and circling around each other like a pair of jungle cats waiting to pounce on each other. It's one uneasy partnership.

If you liked A Fistful Of Dollars you will most certainly like For A Few Dollars More. This one solidified Clint Eastwood as a box office draw. As for Van Cleef he got out of supporting ranks and played if not out and out bad guys, certainly rather sardonic good guys for the most part in the rest of his career.

Another heaping helping of pasta.

Reviewed by amheretojudge 6 / 10

but you made a mistake..

Per qualche dollaro in più

As always Sergio Leone takes too much time in making a point which takes away the interest no matter how intriguing the plot is, but besides that it is well crafted.

Reviewed by rodrig58 10 / 10

One of the greatest ever!

Have you ever been to Tucumcari? What about White Rocks? Maybe El Paso? Santa Cruz, Las Palmeras, Aguascalientes? You haven't even heard of these places? They are in Texas, New Mexico and Mexico! No problem, everything was filmed in Spain anyway. However, EL INDIO, a crazy and very dangerous bandit, is off to these localities and a $ 10,000 reward has been put on his head. At the end, Clint Eastwood, the only one who is still alive even today, is leaving with all the money. Just to have an idea... Now, we have a very young Klaus Kinski, in a small but great role, maybe his greatest. Then, we have a few long-term collaborators of Mr. Leone, some Italian, some Spanish, but all unique figures, faces you can not easily forget: Mario Brega, Luigi Pistilli, Aldo Sambrell, Benito Stefanelli (also stunt director), Enrique Santiago, Lorenzo Robledo. There is also the old and funny Joseph Egger, Austrian actor who had a similar role in "A Fistful of Dollars". Great cinematography by Massimo Dallamano, who worked with Leone also on "A Fistful of Dollars". Probably the most beautiful soundtrack ever written for a film, signed by the great Ennio Morricone. They should also be mentioned here: Bruno Nicolai (conductor), Alessandro Alessandroni, musician: whistling and guitar (uncredited), Bruno Battisti D'Amario, musician: guitar (uncredited), Nino Culasso, musician: trumpet (uncredited), Maurizio Graf, singer (uncredited). Last but not least, the 3 main actors, all three great great actors, unfortunately 2 of them, who are not anymore alive, unknown or completely forgotten. Everybody knows Clint Eastwood so, no need to comment on something. Lee Van Cleef was and remains a very special actor, unmistakable due to his face (especially his eagle nose) from many successful action films. And Gian Maria Volontè, few know this, so I will repeat it until I die, Gian Maria Volontè was and remains simply the greatest actor of all time!

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