Sunday, September 07, 2003

spag classic

boynton was one of 20 odd females in a crowd of some 200 patrons watching
The bond, the ugly one, the bad one
last night at the glorious Astor.
Or was that El Bueno, el feo y el malo
The entangled story of Leone, always counted with a pulse signs and determined objective, its treatment to the scenes and the space, that extends or narrows based on its narrative utility and the personages, generally characters of existence felona and diffuse morality, to which it psychologically drills with masters and affection, without never losing a perspective flood of affection, realism and humanity
The director of Il Buono, il brutto, il cattivo
Sergio Lion... has been without doubt the inventor beyond that the greater exponent of the "western to the Italian" , best known like "spaghetti-western" , kind sure between more imitates to you...
"Jan Kounen, for its feracious "Doberman" has declared: "my film of reference is"the bond, the ugly one, the bad one "of Sergio Lion, with its paradoxical amorality and its taste of the prank".

Having seen the sweeping cinematic spag classic on the big screen, boynton's got the big screen hangover - a headful of morricone. She's been googling for sound files, and found some here (see: fandome/CD collection/soundtracks).

Meanwhile the next time these guys play round the corner, she's there.

Comments: spag classic

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly is my favourite chick-flick of all time.
Posted by Gummo Trotsky at September 6, 2003 05:02 PM

Certainly beats the gratuitous gun-slinging and splatter of "The Sound Of Music"
Posted by boynton at September 6, 2003 05:28 PM

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