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  • Duck, You Sucker! (PG)

    Sergio Leone's elliptical style and good performances from Rod Steiger and James Coburn combine to produce a vastly entertaining film (1971), also known as A Fistful of Dynamite, about the aftermath of the Mexican revolution. more...
  • Meek's Cutoff (PG)

    Imagine a collaboration between John Ford and Wallace Stevens and you might get a sense of what Kelly Reichardt (Wendy and Lucy) pulls off here: a sincere re-creation of the pioneer experience, brought to life through careful, often unexpected detail. more...
  • The Outlaw Josey Wales (PG)

    Clint Eastwood's fifth film as a director (1976) shows an almost equal balance between his two main influences, Sergio Leone and Don Siegel. more...
  • Pocket Money (PG)

    Before making his directorial debut with Badlands, Terrence Malick scripted this 1972 comedy with Paul Newman as a broke cowboy who gets caught up in shady dealings. more...
  • Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (PG)

    George Roy Hill's 1969 film moves with steady, stupid grace from oozy sentimentality to nihilistic violence; you have to admire the craft and assurance of the thing even as its artificiality hits you in the face. more...
  • High Noon (PG)

    After many years of being vastly overrated, this liberal “adult” western of 1952 may be underrated in some quarters today. more...
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  • Doc (PG)

    Stacy Keach plays Doc Holliday in this 1971 western about the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral. more...