[quote=“Jude, post:189, topic:172”]I continued my journey with SW’s by watching this movie yesterday. For me it wasn’t as good as “The Big Gundown”, but Lee Van Cleef shines here too, i got to mention that. I just love his acting because it fits so nicely to these movies, for example the part when he comes to rescue Bill and kills those 4 “guards”, that was badass. On the other hand John Phillip Law’s acting wasn’t very good then, i think they tried to make another Clint Eastwood from him, or at least that’s the feeling i got when i watched John’s performance. The plot was quite average, nothing special, but nothing bad either. And yea, Ennio’s music’s were great once again, couldn’t be any better.
3½ / 5 stars from me. 8)[/quote]
Very nice to see some interest for the genry among younger people: korano, silence, you
I don’t know about the people who made these films - so the Leones, Corbuccis and Sollimas - but I would never have guessed that these movies would find a new audience more than 40 years after they were made
Death rides a Horse is one of my favourite movies, it’s the revenge movie for me, it has all the typical characteristics of a SW cast in the revenge mould: a haunting opening scene, a child who witnesses a horrible slaughter, the flashbacks, the experienced gunman who helps the younger man to get even, the twist in the end …