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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1966 – R)

February 28, 2009

Originally posted on October 9, 2003


Story

In The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, Clint Eastwood (the good), Lee Van Cleef (the bad), and Eli Wallach (the ugly) are all trying to find $200,000 of stolen Union gold during the middle of the Civil War.

Story = 16
Cast

I love Clint Eastwood and Lee Van Cleef, but Eli Wallach steals the show. Tuco is the friggin man.

Cast = 20

Soundtrack/Score

I love Ennio Morricone‘s soundtrack for this film. I love it so much I even bought two copies of it. I even bought the import version that has all of the extra tracks that weren’t actually used in the film.

Soundtrack/Score = 20

Quote/Catch Phrase

“One bastard goes in, another bastard goes out.” Did I mention that Tuco was the friggin man?

Quote/Catch Phrase = 18

Rewatchability

The best example of the spaghetti western, and a Clint Eastwood film. Anything that can be considered the prime example of a genre should get a decent score.

Rewatchability = 16

Total Score = 90

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