Once again, thanks to all the voters and especially to the people that helped make this a fun presentation.
And I'll promote my western montage again for anyone that missed it earlier:
Our full list:
1. Once Upon a Time in the West 2. Unforgiven 3. The Good The Bad, and The Ugly 4. The Searchers 5. The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford 6. The Wild Bunch 7. McCabe & Mrs. Miller 8. The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance 9. Rio Bravo 10. For a Few Dollars More 11. The Great Silence 12. True Grit (2010) 13. High Noon 14. The Outlaw Josey Wales 15. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid 16. Tombstone 17. Django Unchained 18. The Treasure of the Sierra Madre 19. The Ox-Bow Incident 20. The Proposition 21. Stagecoach 22. A Fistful of Dollars 23. Dead Man 24. The Hateful Eight 25. Red River 26. El Topo 27. The Revenant 28. Blazing Saddles 29. 3:10 to Yuma (2007) 30. Winchester '73 31. Dances With Wolves 32. Shane 33. Johnny Guitar 34. The Magnificent Seven (1960) 35. One-Eyed Jacks 36. Bone Tomahawk 37. Hud 38. Meek's Cutoff 39. Day of the Outlaw 40. Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid 41. Ride the High Country 42. High Plains Drifter 43. The Naked Spur 44. Seven Men From Now 45. The Tall T 46. The Big Country 47. Hombre 48. Django 49. The Big Gundown 50. My Darling Clementine
Post by therealcomicman117 on Dec 5, 2018 3:33:16 GMT
Couldn't think of a more perfect top 3. All three are masterpieces in their own right. Tg, TB & TU is my favorite, it works on every level from acting to direction to music to and so on. It's an amazing film. "When you have to shoot, shoot. Don't talk."
Goddamn wonderful presentation (those quotes...how can some people hate westerns?) and an awesome list with the proper #1
Cool montage as well, Viced!
The great thing about a list like that is the recommendation power of it - I've seen a lot but I haven't seen all of the films there so next time I want a fresh western for myself, I'll know where to look
Thanks very much for the wonderful presentation, Viced . Couldn't be on for it live, but it was still fun to read. I'm very happy that my #1 of all time (not only western, but also film overall) was also the #1 here. A worthy Top 3 indeed and a fine list (have seen nearly all of them, but also good that a few of them are left) in general. Would have wished that The Magnificent Seven made it higher as well as High Noon. Good to see Rio Bravo cracking the Top Ten, though it should have been even higher ;-)
There are a few movies quite high I don't care for (Jesse James, McCabe & Mrs. Miller) and one I think is pretty bad (The Hateful Eight), but that's all I can complain about.