[quote=“Ramon Rojo, post:203, topic:1486”]Well I see me and you have different tastes for some spags.
From your -20 I really like some of them or at least I don’t find them bad.
Minnesota Clay (I love it)
Johnny Yuma (I must rewatch this but I like Mark Damon)
Few Dollars for Django
Sabata (I prefer the second)
Red Sun (With a smaller lenght it would be better I love all the Bronson’s westerns)
I’m here for comments :).[/quote]
Minnesota Clay - main protagonist spoiled it for me big time, he lacks charisma - if there is someone like Milian or Gemma instead of him, i’d say thumbs up
Johnny Yuma - mediocre stuff, i almost overslept during the big gunfight
Few Dollars For Django - well, Steffen - i like the scene when Steffen shot off the sky a dynamite, that was cool, but story didn’t interest me much
Viva Django - from time to time i watch some action scenes from this one, because they are pretty good, but i have to be patient to not even glimpse the scenes with Hill riding a horse - i just can’t take it seriously - fortunately in other SWs Terrence Hill rides a horse like a normal guy again
Killer Kid - same as with Few Dollars For D., minus cool scene with dynamite
Sabata- i don’t comment this, because i had to rewatch it, i saw it with bad dubbing and only 4:3, so on the second view it may climb up
Red Sun - i’m not sure now what i didn’t like, probably weak ending and not much thrill during the film, plus i didn’t like our man Borsalino in this one - i’ll rewatch it too
as i said, i haven’t seen many of those really bad SWs, and also keep in mind that none of these aforementioned films are bad for me, just more or less unsatisfying