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Discussion in 'General Conversation' started by catoon, Feb 7, 2009.
what is your favorite western movie? mine is unforgiven .how about yalls?
Right now I gota go with THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY.
By The way Richard, which one did you like BEST, Bert Lancaster Or Clint.
I like (Unforgiven) with Clint Eastwood. (Young Guns)1 & 2 are good as well as (" Tombstone ") Lots of favorites!!!!!:wink:
clint all the way ace
None of the costumes seem to fit the time period as well as all of Tom Selleck and Sam Elliot's. I don't know of a western where they really didn't dress the part and walk the walk as these two always do.
True Grit & Rooster Cogburn :cool2:, Outlaw Josey Wales and the Good the Bad and the Ugly are right up there to.
I would totally agree with any of these picks.
I agree with that, any Sackets, most any well OK ALL of them, LOL.... but I do like 3:10 to Yuma, The good one, with Glenn :wink:
Sure would be nice if Holly-weird would get back on that kick and make some good movies
My all time favorite is Rio Bravo. It's hard to beat John Wayne. I really like He and Dean Martin paired up in this one. El Dorado is almost the same movie with a few different characters. I like most of the John Wayne movies, and actually just finished watching The Alamo. If I had to choose a couple of modern day made movies, it would be Lonesome Dove and Dances with Wolves.
Anything with the cowboy with no name......
I don't have an ALL-TIME favorite western.....or anything for that matter. There are SO many good ones, in all categories.
BUT, when I saw this thread and the title, I immediately thought of John Wayne. Clint is GREAT, and did a wonderful job directing and acting in "Unforgiven"......but you can't beat the oldies, IMO.
My picks are a l'il different from most I suppose, far as John goes. I DO like "The Green Berets", but some others I like are "The Sons of Katie Elder" (I think Dean was in that too Joey?), "The Cowboys", "The Sands of Iwo Jima", "McClintock", and the one where John plays a bar owner on an island in WWII, what's the name of that? It's escaping me right this minute!
I'm leaning towards "Blazing Saddles"...:smile2:
The magnificent seven..... Really i have no favorite just because i LOVE all the old westeren's
Last Train from Gun Hill with Kirk Douglas, Anthony Quinn, and Carolyn Jones.
Duel in the Sun with Jennifer Jones, Lillian Gish, Joseph Cotten, Gregory Peck, Lionel Barrymore, and Butterfly McQueen. A very controversial film in it's time.
More current movies?
Lonesome Dove with Robert Duvall, Tommy Lee Jones, Robert Urich, Danny Glover
Tombstone with Val Kilmer--enuff said!
Open Range--With Robert Duvall, Kevin Costner, Annette Bening. Directed by Costner.
Unforgiven Directed by Clint Eastwood. With Clint Eastwood, Gene Hackman, Morgan Freeman. Eastwood said in an interview I heard that he bought the rights to this movie years before he made it. The screen play to that movie was written in 1976 and the movie released in 1992.
Like most of ya, I can't pick a favorite! Just can't do it! But these are a few that I don't like to miss!
I would have to say there isn't one all time favorite I really like the westerns.
Most recently saw Appaloosa and thought it was great.
One that I have almost wore out is (The quick and the dead ) with Sharon Stone
The outlaw Josey Wales, and 2 Mules For Sister Sara
I'll vote for Cher, she listed all my favorites.:wink:
Once again I like em all. John Waynes-
True grit,Rio bravo,El dorado,Big Jake,Mcclintock,sons of Katie Elder etc
Clints movies outlaw Josey wales,good the bad and the ugly,High plains drifter,Two mules for sister Sarah,For a few dollars more,fist full of dollars,Unforgivin then the series rawhide etc. Guys they are the tag team champions of the world!!!!!!!!
I like most of you have said any movie with the Duke or Clint and most any western will get my attention