DOOM BREAK: The 25 Greatest Western Films of All-Time

Posted on June 22, 2022 8:07 am

DOOM BREAK: The 25 Greatest Western Films of All-Time
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April
April
6 days ago

Lame list. Lonesome Dove should have been up there. Brokeback??? Really? I will take Pale Rider over Unforgiven any day.

m. fuah
m. fuah
7 days ago

broke dk mtn. – FKU. the wild bunch 1969

m. fuah
m. fuah
7 days ago
Reply to  m. fuah

& FKU django. try woody strode in the professionals

m. fuah
m. fuah
7 days ago
Reply to  m. fuah

river of no return, r. mitchum & m. monroe

m. fuah
m. fuah
6 days ago
Reply to  m. fuah

fk broke-d**k mountain again

Deano
Deano
8 days ago

The Shootist, The Cowboys, True Grit (original and remake)
Also NOT mentioned, if you can sit through it…How The West Was Won.

showandtell
showandtell
7 days ago
Reply to  Deano

Love “How the West Was Won” ! The ‘varmint in the hole’ part with fur trader Jimmy Stewart and the river rapids part are the BEST. But the whole thing is epic. To counteract the length try to watch it in the morning to fully appreciate.

Deano
Deano
8 days ago

BBM is NOT, I say, NOT a western.
3:10 to Yuma is missing. The GB&U isn’t a particularly good film as far as good film making goes, but worth a watch anyway.

showandtell
showandtell
7 days ago
Reply to  Deano

One of the other “off-brand” spaghetti Westerns with Ennio Morricone soundtrack is my favorite one of the trio (not Good Bad and Ugly, which is fine but not stellar as you said) but I can’t remember if it’s ‘For a Few Dollars More’ or ‘A Fistful of Dollars’ – ha ha.

Mr Natural
Mr Natural
8 days ago

Failed list. Comment section has more must sees than this stupid woke review. Broke back mountain?

Larry
Larry
8 days ago

Worth looking up “The Shootist”. Best western I ever seen, by a longshot.

justanother
justanother
8 days ago

I stopped reading the list after Brokeback Mountain and then Django Unchained.

Two horribly pandering to the woke abominations.

W7S
W7S
8 days ago
Reply to  justanother

Me too I mean really who wrote this crap list!

justanother
justanother
7 days ago
Reply to  W7S

Too not two. Stupid auto correct.

bob
bob
8 days ago

Too many woke movies here.
Missing: “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance”, “True Grit”, “Django”, “High Plains Drifter”, and “Paint Your Wagon”.

Patt McGroyne
Patt McGroyne
8 days ago

Tombstone, anyone?

Mongo
Mongo
8 days ago

..ahh, i have quite a few of these on blu-ray/dvd.. (minus Brokeback Mountain)

Antonio Salieri
Antonio Salieri
8 days ago

Never mind this is a WOKE list when Brokeback mountain is included as one of 25 that’s a dead giveaway a liberal made it up NOT a conservative

showandtell
showandtell
8 days ago

Agree, but it’s more like a lazy list, with too many modern movies. It does have some good ones on it, though.

Patt McGroyne
Patt McGroyne
8 days ago

The list isn’t a WOKE as you think – no musicals. After seeing Brokeback Mtn. on this list i was just waiting for Paint Your Wagon. LOL.

PattyOfurniture
PattyOfurniture
8 days ago

Kill Bill is a western? Just because a couple scenes were shot in the desert does not make it a western. And the animated one? give me a break. For sure, a lib-tard list; someone who knows nothing, but thinks they are a specialist. #1 was a great movie, but I don’t think it deserved that placement.

Live a few more years, kid. You might wise up a bit…

Brokeback mountain is basically the “diversity hire” on this list.

Last edited 8 days ago by PattyOfurniture
showandtell
showandtell
8 days ago

“Shane,” check, “Once Upon a Time in the West,” check, “Red River,” check… Missing are “The Big Country,” “Wagon Master,” “Westward the Women,” the noir-ish but Technicolor “Canyon Passage,” “My Darling Clementine” (and its original “Frontier Marshal”), “True Grit,” and more..

showandtell
showandtell
8 days ago
Reply to  showandtell

“Will Penny,” “Texas” (1941), “Stranger on Horseback,” “The Gunfighter,” “Rawhide,” “Nevada Smith” —— okay I’m done. 🙂