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  1. I was watching the extended cut of Sergio Leones western epic and started thinking maybe less is more. I wish I had seen this on the big screen because Leone is a master of using the wide frame. And yes it's a great film with some classic scenes and spectacular action. But I would have done with less of Eli Wallach's Tuco. Eastwood is iconic but the actor that really impressed me was Lee Van Cleef that does more by just staring at the screen than Wallach endless hammy jabbering.
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