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Av Room: For A Few Dollars More Blu-ray

10 November 2011 7:49 AM, PST | LatinoReview | See recent LatinoReview news »

For A Few Dollars More Blu-ray MGM Home Entertainment 1965/Rated R/Running Time 132 mins List Price: $16.99 – Now Available   Sergio Leone had to ditch Akira Kursawa's template to truly become a great auteur. And so it wasn't until 1965's For a Few Dollars More that Leone refined himself. There a trio of main characters was birthed, and so was the more temperate pacing, along with the Mexican standoff with three gunsligers in an arena squaring off against each other. It was also where Leone became Leone. The film takes its time opening, introducing Lee Van Cleef as Col. Douglas Mortimer, a Bible reading sharp shooter earning his keep by bringing the sheriff dead criminals. But there’s more than bounty money at stake in his quest to kill the villainous El Indio (Gian Maria Volonté). It involves vengeance as well. Mortimer is characterized as older, wiser, and less reckless than his protagonist counterpart, »

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Blu-Ray Review: MGM Rides Into Town With Classic Westerns

18 August 2011 3:09 PM, PDT | | See recent news »

Chicago – Westerns are regularly “called up” to HD Blu-ray at two times during the year — Father’s Day and Christmas. It’s logical in a marketing sense that Clint Eastwood would dominate new release shelves during the seasons where dear old dad is likely to get a gift, but it leaves the rest of the year as barren as a ghost town. MGM has a little summer gift for fans of alpha males going through withdrawal — four classics of the genre hitting Blu-ray this month — “A Fistful of Dollars,” “For a Few Dollars More,” “The Magnificent Seven,” and “Return of the Magnificent Seven.”

Blu-Ray Rating: 4.0/5.0

As influential and enjoyable as John Sturges’ “The Magnificent Seven” is for a lot of viewers, my preferences in the quartet would side with the Sergio Leone & Clint Eastwood collaborations every time. I love the Man With No Name and the style that Leone brought to his filmography. »

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