Don't forget the theme by Jerome Moross which I think far suites the film better that the Magnificent 7 did to its film albeit more popular.Big Country is my favourite film ever. It's just so we'll put together (story, script, characters, acting) the film doesn't get old for me
Don't forget the theme by Jerome Moross which I think far suites the film better that the Magnificent 7 did to its film albeit more popular.
Have you watched The Matador?, he's briliant in it, his performance is outstanding.Ruined it for me. I never thought Brosnan would work in a film like this but he's brilliant in it. Oh, the ending...big shame...I would have bought it the next day if it wasn't for that.
Thanks for that I'll check this one out , I never new it existedMy favourite western, and i only mention it because nobody else has which means no else thinks it's that good or not many people have seen it or both is
My Name is Nobody. It was touted as an unofficial sequel to Once Upon a Time in The West, following Henry Fonda's character as he realises he is getting too old to be a gunslinger and the young gun who wants to maintain the legend. Sergio Leone directed parts of it and has a really memorable Ennio Morricone soundtrack, especially Nobody's Theme and his version of The Ride of The Valkyries.
It may look like a messy film to some, but i love it because of that quirkiness, the fact that it has 3 different endings he creation of a Legend, death of a legend and a new beginning. I think the film means slightly more to me as i grew up watching Bud Spencer and Terrence Hill buddy movies, because my Dad really liked them, and having Terrence Hill in the 2nd lead role brings back warm and fuzzy memories for me.