Reviews and Problems with Once Upon A Time In The West
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Phenomenal Picture quality on 'West' Blu
John Brune, Warner Bros
12 January 2014
Summary: Can't go wrong with the Bluray for Once Upon A Time in the West! Superb picture quality and sound remastering. Experience this film like never before! No digital softening. It looks like FILM and the movie is as strong and as bombastic as it ever was.
Pros: Engaging Characters, Entertaining, Great Cinematography, HD, High Production Value, Original
Excerpt: For a first viewing, I'm now kicking myself over not seeing this before. Fully appreciate why this is considered a classic, The story, characters, music are all done so well, and its presentation on blu-ray is a worthy one for a film of this calibre.
Summary: One of the all-time iconic westerns; this rivals The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly as Leone's best film. The characters are brilliantly realized - full of living and breathing eccentric people that don't feel like they are part of the cliche cast of typical Western characters.
Excerpt: Put this Blu-Ray in the player and set down with my 14 yr old son and he was like “is this a new movie?” The restoration they put into this is outstanding. I put this movie on my top 10 best westerns ever made. I would highly recommend this to any collector. Can’t go wrong with this one.
Excerpt: Bluview When it comes to catalog releases on Blu-ray "Paramount" has received almost as much scrutiny as "Universal" has from viewers and reviewers alike. Many peoples expectations, especially when it comes to classic titles like the "Star Trek" TV series or "The Godfather" have been proven very...
Excerpt: Morton (Gabriele Ferzetti) requests to scare McBain. A hired gun Frank (Fonda) murders McBain and his three children. Cheyenne (Jason Robards) borrows Harmonica’s (Charles Bronson) gun to shoot his handcuffs.
Excerpt: A newlywed arrives to find her adoptive family murdered and makes an alliance with a bandit and a mysterious drifter to unite against their killer. Sergio Leone's "dance of death" is probably his most artistic film; what doesn't happen on screen is just as important as what does.
Once upon a restored classic at a more than reasonable price
11 October 2011
Excerpt: There are some people who just don't like this movie due to it's length and very slow pacing, but that happens to be one of the films strength because everything is so good and so well put together. I love absolutely everything about this movie.