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  • Dances With Wolves (PG-13)

    Kevin Costner starred, coproduced, and made his directorial debut in this three-hour epic (1990) about a Union lieutenant in the 1860s who gradually becomes a member of a Sioux tribe in the Dakotas. more...
  • The Dark Valley
  • The Dark Valley

    This handsomely filmed but self-consciously grim German western (2014) aims for classical grandeur, but some B-movie modesty would have benefited its by-the-numbers revenge plot. more...
  • Day of the Outlaw

    Arguably Andre de Toth's greatest film, this 1959 western combines a hostage situation with a bleak, snowbound terrain to produce a gripping vision of hopeless entrapment. more...
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    Death Rides a Horse (R)

    John Philip Law plays a farmer hunting down the bandits who killed his family when he was a boy; Lee Van Cleef is the mysterious gunman who offers his help. more...
  • Django

    Sergio Corbucci's 1966 spaghetti western definitely corners the market on mud imagery: its mysterious title hero wanders into town dragging a coffin after him through the grimy, rutted streets, and when he takes down one bad guy, the man not only dies but topples over into quicksand and gets sucked into the earth. more...
  • Django Unchained (R)

    Quentin Tarantino follows his head-turning World War II adventure Inglourious Basterds with another exercise in pop-culture provocation, turning the old western hero Django into a freed slave who sets out to rescue his wife from bondage in the antebellum south. more...
  • Doc (PG)

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