Bang-bang! Sergio Leone westerns teaches these five films

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Italian director Sergio Leone had a very unique style. His films had little dialogue and lengthy scenes with an outstanding soundtrack. Leone led the style known as bang-bang to the Italian, in which heroes and villains were confused. Quentin Tarantino was one of the numerous directors influenced by Italian. So much so that he made a point of working with the author of soundtracks Ennio Morricone, who created cinema anthems like "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly", Used as an introduction to the show by bands like Metallica and Ramones.

Check out some classic director:

# 5 - A Fistful of Dollars

Clint Eastwood plays her classic role of lone ranger, changing the life of a city taken by intrigue.

# 4 - For a Few Dollars More

Clint Eastwood and Lee Van Cleef are two rival bounty hunters who come together to capture a bandit.

# 3 - Once Upon a Time in the West

An epic film, a few dialogues and lots of action and suspense. Charles Bronson plays a gunman who plays his harmonica while defeat banditry.

# 2 - the Ugly

Perhaps the most classic westerns. Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef and Eli Wallach are "the good, the bad and the ugly" (The Good, The Bad and The Ugly), competing with each other to grab a hidden fortune. The soundtrack of Ennio Morricone went down in history.

# 1 - Once Upon a Time in America

In his latest film, Sergio Leone western changed the genre by mafia films and built a epic work, starring Robert De Niro and James Woods.

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