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Top 5 western movies
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  • SwimSage Banned
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    1.Tombstone

    1. Quigley Down Under
    2. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
    3. Young Guns
    4. Silverado

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    I'm not a fan of westerns, but that's a really high quality list from what I can tell. High Plains Drifter maybe.


  • SwimSage Banned
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    I'm not either really, those are about as unwestern as you can get while being western except for maybe Wild Wild West or Cowboys Versus Aliens or whatever that movie was called.


  • SwimLegend
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    Not a big fan of westerns either but I think I can come up with 5 I liked

    1. The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
    2. The Magnificent Seven
    3. Tombstone
    4. Blazing Saddles
    5. For a Few Dollars More

    Oh bother...


  • Banned
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    Tombstone is probably the only one I've ever watched. I've seen others when they were on at my uncle's house, but I was mostly staring through the TV

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  • Babbling Banned
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    1: Tombstone
    2: The Open Country
    3: Blazing Saddles
    4: High Plains Drifter


  • SwimSage Banned
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    CyberBully360 said:

    Tombstone is probably the only one I've ever watched. I've seen others when they were on at my uncle's house, but I was mostly staring through the TV

    I've seen several John Wayne movies because my great uncle was really into them but that's also how it went. They were so boring.


  • SwimLegend
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    John Wayne movies were terrible. The only slightly interesting one was The Alamo,
    other than that, f*ck that guy

    Oh bother...


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    1pooh4u said:

    Not a big fan of westerns either but I think I can come up with 5 I liked

    1. The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
    2. The Magnificent Seven
    3. Tombstone
    4. Blazing Saddles
    5. For a Few Dollars More

    Seen all these except for Magnificent Seven.

    Can I count No Country for Old Men and There Will be Blood as westerns?

    POOP


  • SwimLegend
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    The Magnificent Seven was an adaptation of Akira Kurosawa's Samurai Seven they also adapted
    his Yojimbo with A Fist Full of Dollars, both not bad as far as westerns go.

    I say, sure count them, the OP didn't say they had to be Cowboy Westerns

    Oh bother...


  • SwimSage Banned
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    FieryDoom said:

    1pooh4u said:

    Not a big fan of westerns either but I think I can come up with 5 I liked

    1. The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
    2. The Magnificent Seven
    3. Tombstone
    4. Blazing Saddles
    5. For a Few Dollars More

    Seen all these except for Magnificent Seven.

    Can I count No Country for Old Men and There Will be Blood as westerns?

    Yes.


  • SwimSage Banned
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    1pooh4u said:

    The Magnificent Seven was an adaptation of Akira Kurosawa's Samurai Seven they also adapted
    his Yojimbo with A Fist Full of Dollars, both not bad as far as westerns go.

    I say, sure count them, the OP didn't say they had to be Cowboy Westerns

    I still haven't seen Samurai Seven or The Magnificent Seven(which is getting a remake now). I did finally see Yojimbo a few months ago though.


  • Banned
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    Oh, and I recently saw The Hateful Eight, that was entertaining.

    POOP


  • Other Anime
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    1. Dead Man
    2. High Noon
      3.True Grit (2010)
    3. Blazing Saddles
    4. Django Unchained

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  • SwimLegend
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    ric_man said:

    1pooh4u said:

    The Magnificent Seven was an adaptation of Akira Kurosawa's Samurai Seven they also adapted
    his Yojimbo with A Fist Full of Dollars, both not bad as far as westerns go.

    I say, sure count them, the OP didn't say they had to be Cowboy Westerns

    I still haven't seen Samurai Seven or The Magnificent Seven(which is getting a remake now). I did finally see Yojimbo a few months ago though.

    I enjoyed the Kurosawa movies I did see. There's an anime called Kaze no Yojimbo, I don't recommend it though
    I thought it was a little boring

    Oh bother...


  • SwimSage Banned
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    1pooh4u said:

    ric_man said:

    1pooh4u said:

    The Magnificent Seven was an adaptation of Akira Kurosawa's Samurai Seven they also adapted
    his Yojimbo with A Fist Full of Dollars, both not bad as far as westerns go.

    I say, sure count them, the OP didn't say they had to be Cowboy Westerns

    I still haven't seen Samurai Seven or The Magnificent Seven(which is getting a remake now). I did finally see Yojimbo a few months ago though.

    I enjoyed the Kurosawa movies I did see. There's an anime called Kaze no Yojimbo, I don't recommend it though
    I thought it was a little boring

    I saw that way before I saw the movie. I did like it but can say the movie is better now, less fluff in it.


  • Babbling Banned
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    1pooh4u said:

    John Wayne movies were terrible. The only slightly interesting one was The Alamo,
    other than that, f*ck that guy

    John Wayne Produced and directed " The Alamo" at the Time it was The most expenive
    and over budget film of it kind. The Set for " The Alamo" was a complete and exact copy
    of the original as it stood at the time of the attack. More people go to see the set today than actually
    visit the real Alamo! the Film its self was a box office flop.


  • Banned
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    There is a movie where yojimbo meets zatoichi and it's glorious.

    How terrible, you are being violated in our guests mind sister.


  • Banned
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    The Conqueror.

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  • Banned
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    I also want to point out if you look for Samurai Seven you get the anime. The original was was called the Seven Samurai.

    How terrible, you are being violated in our guests mind sister.


  • SwimNinja
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    A Big Hand For The Little Lady
    True Grit(I like both original and remake the same amount)
    Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
    The Quick And The Dead
    Go West, Young Lady

    I need to rewatch Zorro, the Gay Blade and The Magnificent Seven.

    "The enemy of my enemy is just another man standing in my way." -Nikita


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