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A Fistful of Dynamite [1971] [Alemania] [DVD]

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  • Formato: Importación
  • Relación de aspecto: 2.35:1
  • Número de discos: 2
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  • Estudio: Japan
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Esta película ASIN: B00I9TLS5A, no es la afortunada de Sergio Leone, de hecho me resulta un poco desagradable y agobiante como si fuera de serie B y especialmente hasta la aparición de Coburn. El Blu Ray se vé bien para esos años y pese al polvo en suspensión que hay en toda la película. Está en Castellano e Inglés (original Americano y Mejicano) tanto en Audio como en Subtitulos (no coincide con la información de Amazon)) y el formato es de cine (2:35), casi ideal para pantalla 16:9. La compré pues no estaba mal de precio, aunque la tenía en dvd pero con la imagen mutilada por los 4 lados y era por tanto, la que me faltaba para completar en condiciones, la videoteca del gran Leone. Quizás si Agáchate Maldito (la revolución mexicana) no formara parte de la Trilogía Americana, sería más ó menos aceptable como película, ya que la actuación y el garbo de James Coburn levanta el espectáculo..., pero antes está la número 1 "Hasta que Llegó su Hora" y termina la trilogía con la número 3 "Érase Una Vez en América" (Ambas me dejan sin palabras pues son 2 de las mejores películas que he tenido el placer de disfrutar y el maldito..., maldito está por estar en medio).
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Una delicia tanto de imagen como de sonido, 157 min de puro cine de puro Leone. No tengo más que elogios para este Blu Ray. Un 10!!
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 'EXPLOSIVE 'WESTERN' ACTION' 18 de julio de 2015
Por rbmusicman/and/movie-fan' - Publicado en
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
The 'Clint Eastwood' Trilogy aside, this is, for me far and away the best of the rest of the 'Spaghetti-Westerns' with it's
bucket-full of humour and indeed plenty of explosive action......
Bandit 'Juan Miranda' (Rod Steiger) after his chance encounter with 'Irish' Terrorist and explosives expert 'John H Mallory'
believes he can persuade his new best-friend to align with him and his family to rob the bank in 'Mesa Verda' which he
thinks will be lucrative for all involved, this venture will lead to him becoming part of the revolution that is raging in
Mexico against the tyrannical and oppressive regime.
Of course 'John' is no stranger to revolution, he'd been a key player back in his home country, whereas 'Juan' has little or
no allegiance to any cause other than to himself and family, hardly a revolutionary....until now that is, the streets of 'Mesa
Verda' is patrolled by many troops, the revolutionaries are planning a multi-target attack, 'Juan' is designated with his
family to attack the bank, seems like a good plan ?
'John' is doing that which he knows best, 'Juan' somehow and unwittingly becomes a hero, there was no money or gold to
be found at the bank he'd been asked too attack, however he did free 150 political prisoners.......
We follow the exploits of the 'fire-cracker' 'John' and reluctant hero 'Juan' however events do lead to 'Juan' having a reason
to fight the good fight.
'Rod Steiger' is at his extraordinary best, 'James Coburn' super cool in this explosive, action-packed Western, over two and a
half hours of sheer entertainment - Spaghetti-Style.
The film does have many violent sequences which are not suitable for younger viewers ...
The picture Quality is far superior to it's DVD version, though as is often the case with older movies the distance scenes are
sometimes a little grainy....not enough to spoil the spectacle however.
Blu-ray Features -
* Restored and remastered 157 minute version not shown originally to U.S Theatres
* Audio Commentary by Noted Film Historian Sir Christopher Frayling
* Sergio Donati remembers 'Duck You Sucker'
* The Myth of Revolution - Sir Christopher Frayling discusses Leone's political learning, his maturing method and his style
* Once Upon A Time in Italy (AKA - The Autry Exhibition) - A behind the scenes look at putting together an Exhibition of Leone
* Sorting out the Versions
* Restoration Italian Style - John Kirk discusses Restoring the Original Italian version for the first DVD release
* Location comparisons Then to Now - Film Clips intercut with more recent footage of the location used
* 6 Radio Spots
* Original Theatrical Trailer.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas What a ride! 22 de junio de 2007
Por Fred T. Lopez - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Finally out on DVD! And with a few new twists from the VHS version, especially the ending -- the final flashback sequence. Of course I got its meaning. Much later after the screening, that is. Will you? A no brainer film like this making me work the final flashback sequence out into the whole of James Coburn's character so that he made some kind of sense in the story. My compliments to Mr. Leone! Incredible acting from James Coburn and Rod Stieger. Yes, Stierger's accent is bad but who cares! The feeling he gives to his character is incredible! Great cinema, many memorable lines, and an enduring film score; one of Morricone's finest. Don't expect anything from this film. It is better that way. Give it room to breath and allow it to take you where it wants to go, and soon you will experience a feeling that you are definately on a ride. And at the film's conclusion you'll have felt as if you had actually been somewhere. If you are a Leone fan this film is not to be missed.
--I can imagine father...
--The people who read the books go to the people who don't read the books and say we want a revolution...
--He acts like a tourist only he's staying...
--I don't want to be a hero of the revolution...
--What about me...
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Leone's Meditation on Violence 4 de julio de 2007
Por David E. Baldwin - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
Those thinking that "Duck, You Sucker" is in the mold of the "Dollars" trilogy and "Once Upon A Time in the West" are in for a rude awakening. The film's setting is not what you would call the traditional West rather revolutionary Mexico in the early part of the 20th century. Like other Leone epics it is deliberately paced but no less effective. Leone isn't so much concerned with taking sides rather the toll revolution takes on a man's soul. The violence and the betrayals of war are an inherent byproduct and they wear on a man's visage. Leone offers two characters as our guides through the chaos: Juan(Rod Steiger), a peasant revolutionary so disgusted by war that his motives now are mostly mercenary and Sean(James Coburn), an escaped IRA munitions expert who hires out his services to the insurgents. Steiger is certainly fine but it's Coburn who steals the show as a man debating within himself why he does what he does. For sure Leone stages alot of thrilling action sequences but it's in the film's quieter moments that offer food for thought. I've seen this film in truncated TV version's under the title of "A Fistful of Dynamite". These versions are generally incoherent and are mainly concerned with the film's pyrotechnics. Avoid these versions if at all possible.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Masterpiece Few have seen 23 de junio de 2007
Por Kindle Customer - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
This film disappointed many Leone fans when it came out, because it is not a shoot 'em up like his earlier films. It has plenty of action but is much more cerebral and a character study of two men who are changed by their association with the other. Both try to use the other for their own gain, but in the end, become much wiser and better friends, despite the fact that they start off as enemies.

It has some very valid things to say about leftism and revolutionaries that are as timely today as in 1972.

Yes, Steiger's accent is horrible. He sounds like he is trying to imitate Pacino in Scarface, which came out 10 years later. Coburn's accent is laid on pretty thick. But, once you get past that, and you can, it really is an astounding piece of film making. Something you don't see anymore. While big budget films of today are long on spectacle, they have very little to say that isn't obvious or lame. This film is both intelligent and awe inspiring in some of its sequences.

Further, it's full of subtly and nuance. Something you'd never see in an American film of this scale. Highly recommended. I can watch this film every year without bordom.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great movie, by a great director 5 de octubre de 2009
Por Grapey Grimes - Publicado en
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
This is one of my favorite movies of all time by one of the greatest directors of all time given an excellent DVD treatment.

Fans of Sergio Leone will absolutely not be disappointed with this purchase. Not only is the feature movie itself one of his best, there are some interesting special features included as well. I wont go into plot points other than to say that the story involves an Irish "terrorist" (revolutionary) teaming up with a Mexican bandit against the backdrop of the Mexican revolution. Ennio Morricone provides one of his best scores in this film, giving an especially memorable introductory theme to James Coburn's character.

Purchase this DVD with confidence.

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