TOP 10 WESTERN MOVIE SHOOTOUTS

  • Опубликовано: День назад

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ClipGenix +121
ClipGenix

Check out the new short version of Top 10 Best Western Gunfights https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5q48I_lN4Dw

Год назад
Michael Bridges
Michael Bridges

He should have. Gotten a. Couple of. Awards. For. Doc holiday

День назад
Had Matter
Had Matter

I've seen them all. Thank you for...bringing them to my attention...again?

3 дня назад
Tony Robinson
Tony Robinson

Dude, how can you possibly have a listing like this that doesn't include the final shootout in the "Wild Bunch"? It was only the greatest western movie shootout of all-time...!

5 дней назад
Adan Zapata
Adan Zapata

@Miguel Colon q.

7 дней назад
David Rox
David Rox

No shootout at Greeley's? Downvote.

14 дней назад
Virtu-AL +675
Virtu-AL

I can’t believe the final shootout in ‘Unforgiven’ wasn’t included! It’s particularly excellent because Clint explains to the biographer afterwards just how he decided the order in which to shoot Gene Hackman’s men.

6 месяцев назад
howie ziegler +1
howie ziegler

It’s really not that good though. EDIT: I confused the Unforgiven with Pale Rider. How Pale Rider is on this list is baffling especially considering the Unforgiven isn’t.

День назад
Phil Ashley
Phil Ashley

@Legend ita a far superior movie i in every way.

5 дней назад
Legend
Legend

"I cant believe my opinion wasnt included!!!" Just stop

5 дней назад
CAHG +34
CAHG

The showdown at the end of Open Range gets my vote.The initial gunfight and chase through the streets had some great cinematography and choreography.Kevin Costner was just great as a man who was trying to live down his violent past only to have to resort to violence again.Robert Duval as Boss Spearmen and Michael Gambon as the villainous bar owner were great as well.Whenever it’s on Grit Tv,I have to watch it.

Месяц назад
Hawkeye Ten
Hawkeye Ten

How about the final showdown in Johnny Guitar? A VERY unusual shootout (since it's between two women), and maybe the shooting is sort of sloppy, but you can sense the hatred between the characters, the viciousness of the villainess, and get the realization that this truly is going to end only when one of them is on the ground dead. Surprising it wasn't at least honorable mentioned on this list, it was the climax of one of the NASTIEST catfights in cinema history (that tore a town apart).

День назад
Wosey_Jales +1
Wosey_Jales

It would have been a perfect scene, and movie. Except fanning the 10 or so rounds out of the sixgun completely broke the realism of the film for me.

7 дней назад
SaigaWes November
SaigaWes November

I remember watching it with my new Onkyo surround sound system and I remember it may have been turned up a little bit. Holy cow! The neighbors probably thought it was real. I still do it from time to time.

14 дней назад
Baredog +1
Baredog

@Little* Freak Mine too!

19 дней назад
g-Rob 17 +2
g-Rob 17

I totally agree!

Месяц назад
Mike Scott +46
Mike Scott

Open Range is under-appreciated IMO. Costner is dedicated to the genre and took great pains to make it as close as possible to what we know about real frontier gunfights, with little Hollywood melodrama. This is why it's so good. Same with Unforgiven.

2 месяца назад
apok1980
apok1980

I saw Open Range in theaters. Before then, I didn’t think much of Westerns. But to me, Open Range is kind of one of the first modern westerns with more compelling cinematography, etc. Since then, I super appreciate just about any western from any year.

6 дней назад
cageordie
cageordie

@D You had to bring your low life politics into it didn't you? Why didn't you say Movies are as truthful as Republicans?

18 дней назад
cageordie
cageordie

I know he did the twelve shot sixgun on purpose, but that's the one thing that damages that shootout for me. I worked with a couple of special forces guys and they loved it for the way that fight starts. Kostner doesn't mess about, just shoots the guy in the head. As the special forces guys said, gunfights just start, there's no countdown.

18 дней назад
D
D

See, the whole point is, we don't watch movies to see "real life" depicted. Real life is boring. That's exactly why we watch movies. You didn't know that? No-one wants to see how it "really" went down. This is an action movie, bro. It's the whole reason they make them. "Real frontier gunfights" were a bunch of dumb butts flailing around and hiding behind barrels and missing their targets by miles because the guns and ammo were about as accurate and consistent as Joe Biden.

19 дней назад
Olivia Rose +3
Olivia Rose

23:23 La relajación es importante, *Bolang.Cam* los mortales abian apreciado tan hermosa mujer 15:55 Setacy: "Hyper" 11:12 Sun: "Hotter" 11:12 Hopi: "Sweeter" 00:18 Joonie: "Cooler" 18:00 Yoongi: "Butter" 15:55 Amoy: "Monks" 23:23 Son unos de los mejores conciertos, no puede ir pero de tan solo verlos desde pantalla, se que estuvo sorprendente 🖤 Las elecciones cinematográficas y artísticas son brillantes. Referencias culturales europeas realmente interesantes. Ojalá la 🖤 🖤

Месяц назад
bloodymess97 +2
bloodymess97

to cut short the gunfight from Open Range is a crime, it's by far, one of the best filmed and most accurate, Western gunfights ever displayed....... if you haven't seen the film, it's absolutely one of Kevin Costner's best.... he almost died while filming and directing it.....

16 дней назад
M W +358
M W

I liked the Clint Eastwood shoot-out in Unforgiven. No ridiculous gun feats, juggling or 10 shots from a 6 shooter... Just calm and vicious determination to kill people by Eastwood's character... Th others were panicked, rushed or ran away. The fight was won by the guy that was deliberately there to kill without remorse or hesitation... Just as in real life.

9 месяцев назад
Moby Dick +1
Moby Dick

@Snake Plissken To me, the whole genre is perhaps more important than the real Old West actually was in reality. The backdrop is so important to the concept of America. It throws you into considering philosophical questions, what is freedom? What do you do when there is no law enforcement around? How do you live when criminals can just ride over a hillside on a horse and be completely unfindable? How do you protect your family when they are separated from you? There really is a huge palat of stuff to work with! In a way it reminds me of The Godfather, what if you know someone is going to try to kill your family, and there are no police to stop them, then what are you going to do? And the Godfather, it examines aspects of what it means to be a man. For a man must protect his family, and if he cannot do it, they will die.

7 дней назад
Phil Ashley +1
Phil Ashley

@Jason Mercado no. I love Clint westerns but Clinta best is unforgiven by far and all the movies he made since have been better than before.

14 дней назад
cha5 +3
cha5

"I don't deserve this, I was building a house..." "Deserves got nothin' to do with it." I always viewed that as something of a dark commentary on the classic John Ford westerns in which the main character just wants to settle down and make a new life for himself and basically achieves his goals at the end.

20 дней назад
Dream Surfer
Dream Surfer

Wow fantastic 🧘‍♂️👀

Месяц назад
diogenes koolaid +26
diogenes koolaid

the final shoot out at the end of Quigley Down Under was pretty great. "I said I didn't have much use for a pistol. I never said I didn't know how to use one". Love that line.

17 дней назад
Shane Saw Hutchison
Shane Saw Hutchison

Yes, a good line to be sure. I was named for the movie “Shane”.🇨🇦

5 дней назад
Babidi +1
Babidi

- I was looking to see if anyone had said that or i was going too.

14 дней назад
Scott Gibson +7
Scott Gibson

The best western, in my opinion, was "The Professionals" from 1966, with Lee Marvin, Burt Lancaster, Woody Strode, Jack Palance and others. Great writing. Great action. Great shootouts. An amazing movie.

6 дней назад
Shane Saw Hutchison
Shane Saw Hutchison

Indeed a great movie! 🇨🇦

5 дней назад
Eddie Andrews +16
Eddie Andrews

Shane, Unforgiven and Tombstone are my favourites. The build up is intense especially since they are reluctant or at their best to fight but when they do they prove that their gun fighting is on a completely different level to the bad guys

Месяц назад
wickedwitch65 +2
wickedwitch65

Never understood how Val Kilmer didn't get an Oscar for Tombstone.

24 дня назад
NineInchNail +1491
NineInchNail

How Val Kilmer didn’t win an award for Tombstone boggles my mind till this day

8 месяцев назад
ARA
ARA

@TopHatPenguin No, they're not. You'll find that it's a blooper. Listen to the commentary on the DVD.

21 час назад
TopHatPenguin
TopHatPenguin

@ARA they are just different perspectives dude

22 часа назад
George Hanna
George Hanna

And a double berell shotgun 3 times lol

День назад
George Hanna
George Hanna

Yea for shooting 2...6 shooters 3o times lol

День назад
William Ward
William Ward

Really? 😁

2 дня назад
steadyonetedy +1
steadyonetedy

"Let's go", this is not a valid list without Peckinpah's "The Wild Bunch" finale. Should be the #1 !

2 дня назад
Canuck +11
Canuck

Open Range was one hell of a movie.... Also, Tim Blake Nelson (Buster Scruggs) is a brilliant and underrated actor. He was amazing in Old Henry (2021)

Месяц назад
R. C. Anderson +10
R. C. Anderson

"Open Range" is a brilliant film! Great shootout, as well. "Crossfire Trail" with Tom Selleck also has an amazing and exciting shootout and should have been in this list!

20 дней назад
michael mixon +30
michael mixon

Best role Val Kilmer ever played! Definitely should have received an award!

Месяц назад
Phil Ashley
Phil Ashley

I agree and he made that movie.. Kurt and Val. But I think the Wyatt Earp doc is better. Way more depth.

14 дней назад
Roy Allen Stagg +409
Roy Allen Stagg

Sergio Leone's western, "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly," with Ennio Morricone's amazing score, still holds up today as head and shoulders above the rest! The climactic stand off with it's fast cuts and extreme close-ups influenced and advanced the language of all cinema. I could never grow tired of watching this amazing cinematic masterpiece!

2 месяца назад
Thomas Best
Thomas Best

@Pavel K. back shoot in and ambushes mostly

12 часов назад
Thomas Best
Thomas Best

@Dominic Moyse I've been working on that myself

12 часов назад
dankbubba
dankbubba

yes. indeed. And this clip video chopped it up and ruined it. waste of time.

2 дня назад
Svijanskej
Svijanskej

In western fights, both sides are on equal footing and go into the fight willingly (not every case, but most of them are). Therefore, the one who draws first is not the attacker, he is simply faster.

8 дней назад
ThePaulv12
ThePaulv12

It was partly so great because it was at the end of an absolute ripper of a film. The characters had depth and 'Blondie' was the classic anti hero.

9 дней назад
John Evans +3
John Evans

Open Range has it all, not least the shot that opens the proceedings: there's nothing like blowing away the slimiest villain by advancing to closer range, then letting him have it. It's also the only one that accurately replicates the hard-hitting impact of bullets to the extent you can feel them, thanks to the excellent sound editing. Yes, that's one hell of a gunfight.

18 дней назад
Castello +16
Castello

Great compilation, thank you. Grew up with a dad with a passion for westerns so saw all those early westerns as a kid. Remember Shane so well and all the Clint Eastwood movies. Clint is the king. 👊🏼👊🏼

Месяц назад
The Thin Grey Wall
The Thin Grey Wall

My Dad loved SHANE too. It was his favorite since he was a boy and first saw it at a matinee. He stayed and watched every showing that day. Late in his life he enjoyed OPEN RANGE and that film grew on him and he seemed to like it even better than SHANE though he passed away before I got to ask him why.

22 дня назад
Clay +15
Clay

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, not only the best shootout ever, but perhaps the best ten minutes of any movie of all time.

Месяц назад
Joe Boudreault +1
Joe Boudreault

Actually, aside from the stupid shootout, the film truth was a classic sad commentary on the Civil War.

11 дней назад
zirak93 - 2
zirak93 - 2

I agree.

13 дней назад
Glenn Calzada
Glenn Calzada

This was a great compilation. Every one was worthy of being included. Great movies, each and every one. Thank you!!

3 дня назад
dwrabauke +245
dwrabauke

Nice list, I personally like the entire final shootout of Open Range the most. The whole setup, pacing and the ending is just a piece of art.

2 месяца назад
David Cahill
David Cahill

@superpete Brother, he fans a revolver around 22 times. I don't think you need a doctorate in mathematics to find the problem with that.

2 дня назад
Roger Sandmann
Roger Sandmann

Except for the 18 shot six shooter Costner had. Shouldn't even be on the list if you can't make a gunfight at least semi believable.

6 дней назад
N S
N S

The best part about the Open Range scene, is the sound. The guns are LOUD and the echo in the mountains. very well done scene.

15 дней назад
Major Pwner
Major Pwner

Yes, Open Range easily has the best shootout scene ever. It bucks a lot of the old trends by having the protagonist gun down his top adversary in very unspectacular fashion rather than even giving him a fair chance at a draw. This comes off as gritty and realistic, which is the feeling throughout this movie. It is so worth the slow buildup in this film to watch the shootout and ultimately it lends all the action at the end more weight. My second pick would easily be 3:10 to Yuma as it's just such an explosive scene and a great redemption arc.

18 дней назад
Cuban-Being
Cuban-Being

Open Range is top 5 westerns of all time imo

19 дней назад
Thomas Wilson
Thomas Wilson

Did not expect to see so much love for Open Range, so happy to see this unexpected recognition of a great, great movie.

4 дня назад
Garrick Merriweather +21
Garrick Merriweather

The *_Open Range_* gunfight is perhaps the realist gunfight I have ever seen portrayed on film. It got so much correct, that the stuff it got wrong is easily forgivable. But *_Tombstone_* is still my favorite modern western.

Месяц назад
Shane Saw Hutchison
Shane Saw Hutchison

@w g I count shots as you do. I also noticed Doc Holiday (Val Kilmer), in Tombstone seems to get three shots out of a Double Barrelled (Side-by-Side) shotgun in the OK Corral shootout. Cheers. 🇨🇦

5 дней назад
w g +1
w g

Realistic? At one point Costner appears to fire more rounds in rapid succession than the gun is capable of holding......

24 дня назад
Joseph Kramer
Joseph Kramer

My only criticism of Tombstone is that it was too modern. The acting was superb, the story was well done but that everything was new and colorful and the film stock just seemed to take away from the movie.

Месяц назад
vettepilot427 +1
vettepilot427

@J. Awesome. It’s definitely “under the radar” as far as great modern westerns go because of it’s scope. It’s a lot more intimate story with few characters and no epic quests. However, everybody nails their part, especially Tim Blake Nelson in a serious role. It’s got one of the best “Oh Sh*t!” moments of any film I’ve seen in a long time.

Месяц назад
J. +2
J.

@vettepilot427 Watched Old Henry yesterday👌👌 A perfect example of less is more. Tim Blake Nelson was exceptionally good and perfect for the role. My favorite part has to be the first confrontation with the double barrel (not to spoil anything).

Месяц назад
Stormy Weather +7
Stormy Weather

In the closing scenes of "Shane" I like the way he enters the saloon with great caution. Eyeing everybody and everything as he slowly advances inside. I think this is the scene when Shane tells a Ryker brother that "he's lived too long," which I thought was a pretty bold statement for that particular moment. (Just picked up the book from the library. People say that the phrase "low down Yankee liar" is NOT in the book. We shall see).

Месяц назад
James Tiscareno
James Tiscareno

My choice for very best shoot out scene. Hands down.

13 дней назад
The Thin Grey Wall
The Thin Grey Wall

What did you think of the opening scene in the book with it's distinct difference from the movie?

22 дня назад
Bradford Miller +1
Bradford Miller

Best part is when the dog senses something's going down and he gets up and slinks out before the shooting starts.

Месяц назад
jeff lebowski +4
jeff lebowski

The shootout between Henry Fonda and Terence Hill in My Name is Nobody was also superbly done.

Месяц назад
eronavbj +198
eronavbj

“You brought two too many…” The cinematography, the actors, the emotional change showing in the faces of the antagonists, and the superb script all structured in such a terse and artistic fashion make this opening scene in Sergio Leone's masterpiece my all-time favorite. There is no overdone dialogue, no ham-it-up posturing, and absolutely no need for verbal explanation. This is also true for my second favorite: the closing gunfight in the same movie, which ties the whole tale together, lifting “Once Upon a Time in the West” to a place atop the pantheon of my choices of classical Westerns…and I started watching them with my dad in the 1950s.

6 месяцев назад
Lawrence Gaalswyk
Lawrence Gaalswyk

I agree. Well said, eronavbj!

24 дня назад
Dream Surfer
Dream Surfer

Wow fantastic 🧘‍♂️👀

Месяц назад
Loremaster Yn'Taris
Loremaster Yn'Taris

I've always respected Once Upon a Time in the West for having enough content to make 3 or 4 decent films, yet having the integrity to spin it all into one masterpiece.

Месяц назад
Testa du med
Testa du med

@Mike A you are right . It was the nice bearded one.

Месяц назад
Mike A
Mike A

@Testa du med no

Месяц назад
Thomas Mccormick +19
Thomas Mccormick

The showdown between Eastwood and Van Cleef outside the hotel in For a Few Dollars More wins the best gunfight in which nobody gets shot award. Great scene!

Месяц назад
Van Hattfield
Van Hattfield

@highjim I agree. The actual shootout wqas much better, but the iconic lead up, with the music and facial expressions in the Good, the Bad and the Ugly was iconic.

13 дней назад
highjim +3
highjim

@Van Hattfield and i cant believe the final shootout from few dollars isnt in this list, its arguably better than good the bad

16 дней назад
Van Hattfield
Van Hattfield

Another great scenes is in the same movie when they are shooting apples out of the tree. An honorable mention for the category is the bar scene in "My name is Nobody".

19 дней назад
Jonas +8
Jonas

I agree 100% that the top Western movie showdown is hands down "The Good the Bad and the Ugly" finale. And I loved the list. However, the finale showdown of Unforgiven is utterly 2nd to that one. I was surprised it wasn't on the listat all. "Unforgiven" is one of the most iconic unknown western movies out there, and that final scene is mind blowing, not to me tonight very realistic looking.

Месяц назад
Antenna Wilde +30
Antenna Wilde

To this day no one has been able to surpass Clint Eastwood as the quintessential hero gunman

2 месяца назад
Joe Boudreault +1
Joe Boudreault

Redford and Newman in last scene of Butch Cassidy outdid them all.

11 дней назад
Leftyriver Funforlife +1
Leftyriver Funforlife

@Paul Jackino Val Kilmer as Doc Holiday sire does it . Top that if you may mister .

2 месяца назад
Paul Jackino +1
Paul Jackino

Same kind of thing as The Beatles

2 месяца назад
ArchGBUStanton +2
ArchGBUStanton

I believe never will either. Anyone who tries will always be considered as copying him, etc., soi don't see any better coming our way.

2 месяца назад
Ticamo77 +11
Ticamo77

No Long Riders? That shootout was epic. That was my first favorite western, it had the Quaid brothers, the Keach brothers, that Carradine brothers, the Guest brothers portraying actual people from America's wild west. That shootout was awesome!! It's on YouTube btw. Maybe they should have kicked this list up to 20 shootouts.

Месяц назад
Roger Sandmann
Roger Sandmann

One of my top 3 or 5 westerns of all time

6 дней назад
Alan Waterworth +110
Alan Waterworth

Some great scenes here, Val Kilmer was brilliant as Doc Holliday. But the last scene from "the Good the Bad and the Ugly" is cinematic art.

4 месяца назад
Malafakka
Malafakka

@andstopcallingmeshirley I once forced a friend of mine to sit and watch The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. That was three years ago and he found it too long and not enough plot. I couldn't believe my ears. I could have strangled him 😅 I don't get it to this day since he had liked the other two dollar movies that I had "forced" him to watch. I didn't expect that in a million years.

19 дней назад
Dream Surfer
Dream Surfer

Wow fantastic 🧘‍♂️👀

Месяц назад
Jason Cartwright +2
Jason Cartwright

Yep - The GBU has never been bettered. As a youngster the last 15 mins of this film remains the most powerful cinematic experience I ever had. It got me into films, and 40 years later it still does it for me. Total art.

Месяц назад
Alan Waterworth
Alan Waterworth

@andstopcallingmeshirley well played.

2 месяца назад
andstopcallingmeshirley +4
andstopcallingmeshirley

I once forced a friend of mine, whom hated westerns, to sit and watch The Good the Bad and The ugly. That was 10 years ago and it's still his all time favorite movie lol

2 месяца назад
Paul G. Celentano +5
Paul G. Celentano

Buster Scruggs vs Surly Joe was hilarious! BTW, I'm gonna nominate a favorite of mine: From "The Big Country" the duel between Gregory Peck and Chuck Connors which was ultimately decided by Burle Ives.

Месяц назад
Waymon Jones +1
Waymon Jones

I agree. It's that scene that won Burl Ives an Oscar. Add to that the gunfight between Burl Ives and Charles Bickford and to me it ranks equally as #1 with the Good the Bad and the Ugly

Месяц назад
Mike Miller +7
Mike Miller

The Doc Holiday one, hands down, is always going the be the best in my opinion. Best role Val Kilmer ever played!

2 месяца назад
Hubbs +2
Hubbs

I loved the Ballad of Buster Scruggs! Val Kilmer in Tombstone was about as badass as it gets

Месяц назад
elvez1231 +8
elvez1231

The Wild Bunch - Butch Cassidy-beginning when Redford is called out for cheating - Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid-when Kristofferson unloads with a shotgun filled with dimes - Unforgiven - Josey Wales - a few more to consider

Месяц назад
Paul P +198
Paul P

Love “Open Range”, and “The Unforgiven”, but Val Kilmer in “Tombstone” is just my favourite 👍

2 месяца назад
D
D

@mass So... if you're "always impressed" with Val's acting performance, how does it make sense that you're "never sure whether he can pull it off?" I mean, don't you learn from history? If someone consistently ("always" in your words) pulls it off, why would you "never" be sure of him? Pretty much, delete this dumb comment.

19 дней назад
Lawrence Gaalswyk
Lawrence Gaalswyk

Everybody love him!

24 дня назад
Tin Foil Hat S +2
Tin Foil Hat S

Deserve's got nothing to do with it.

Месяц назад
Qapla ! +6
Qapla !

"My Name is Nobody" should be included in a list of fast drawls and gunfights. How was "The Outlaw Josey Wales" missed in this list? And "The Shootist". Another is the final gunfight in "The Last Challenge" with Glenn Ford and Chad Everett

2 месяца назад
Mr Bojangles
Mr Bojangles

The Outlaw Josey Wales has my favourite Clint quote as well as the shoot out - "Are you gonna pull those pistols, or whistle Dixie?"

Месяц назад
dan nypaver +5
dan nypaver

None of these other films hold a candle to 'Once Upon A Time In The West', the greatest western ever filmed.

Месяц назад
Stephen Morring +1
Stephen Morring

I love the Open Range shootout. The slick gunhand thinking there would be more dialog, but it was cut short. Then Boss Spearman opens up with the scatter gun.

Месяц назад
Stormy Weather +2
Stormy Weather

"Unforgiven" won 4 Academy Awards. Best Picture and Best Director for Clint Eastwood, and Best Supporting Actor for Gene Hackman, and best Film Editing for Joel Cox. Once the young woman rides up to give William Munny the money we learn just what a nasty SOB he was. The Schofield Kid's jaw drops and he looks at Will in awe (?) or stunned amazement, and from that point on the drama builds and builds. The empty liquor bottle tossed onto the ground as Will rides toward the saloon in the rain, signals that something BIG is about to happen (my favorite western).

Месяц назад
Dan 821 +5
Dan 821

These were all great movie shootouts and some of the best. However, the ending shootout of “Once Upon A Time in the West” between Charles Bronson and Henry Fonda was by far the absolute best of the Western movies. Maybe the ending of Quigley Down Under might be a runner up!

27 дней назад
Kevin Munday
Kevin Munday

Yes I agree and the Music was perfect too in once Upon a Time in the West . For Me the Greatest Western and one of the Best Films in General Too

25 дней назад
Poppy Beauty +1
Poppy Beauty

23:23 Hermosa elección *NELABARBY.UNO* los mortales abian apreciado tan hermosa mujer 10:10 Hopi: Sweeter 11:12 Sun: Hotter 00:18Joonie: Cooler 18:00 Yoongy: Butter 23:23 Son unos de los mejores conciertos mañas no se la Las elecciones cinematográficas y artísticas son brillantes. Referencias culturales europeas realmente interesantes. Ojalá la cultura europea se representara más a menudo tan bellamente. No puedo dejar de decir "oh, esto es hermoso" a lo largo del video. Luz, en serio... el que se encargue de la iluminación .

Месяц назад
Ruben Dario
Ruben Dario

No hay Western mas real en historia y actuación que Open Range . La mejor y mas real película de cowboys

Месяц назад
Dennis Connors +5
Dennis Connors

Hands down, my favorite gunfight scene is between Doc Holliday and Johnny Ringo in "Tombstone". Epic.

2 месяца назад
Jason Perry
Jason Perry

Every shootout in "Once Upon a Time in the West" could have made this list! That film is almost perfect.

10 дней назад
Nikolaos Korosiotis +4
Nikolaos Korosiotis

I would’ve loved to see the Few Dollars More last scene with the watch playing that melody. Goosebumps every time I hear it and see it. But The Good, the Bad and the Ugly definitely number one. The tension and the music score is so powerful.

Месяц назад
Jason Cartwright
Jason Cartwright

Totally agree

Месяц назад
Dustin Harrison
Dustin Harrison

I've said it before and I'll say it again; Open Range is the single greatest Western ever made!

Месяц назад
Craze
Craze

7:04 I love how Virgil holds his cane like its gonna protect him 🤣

17 дней назад
J M +87
J M

Always liked the final gun battle in Quigley down under. Shows how important it is to listen in so far as it may save your life. Plus I liked the line “this ain’t Dodge city and you aren’t Bill Hickok”. Put the fear in his opponent’s eyes (he knew he made a mistake).

3 месяца назад
Shawn Gillogly +4
Shawn Gillogly

Glad to see that one named. The story in Quigley is dodgy. But the action scenes in general are quality. And Tom Selleck deserved to be in high quality Westerns.

2 месяца назад
Ryan Ellis +11
Ryan Ellis

"Said I never had much use for one.. Never said I didn't know how to use it."

2 месяца назад
Ronnie Cox +7
Ronnie Cox

I didn't say i could not use a pistol, i just didn't have much use for em

2 месяца назад
RiverRatWA57 +1
RiverRatWA57

How come they all occurred in San Francisco, I wasn't aware that Yuma was in the Bay area........

2 месяца назад
ClipGenix
ClipGenix

Thank for watching, glad you enjoyed. 👍

3 месяца назад
dog3y3 +7
dog3y3

Shane and Open Range were some of my favorites. When Kevin Costner walks up and shoots that gunfighter without so much as hesitation, I loved it.

Месяц назад
Piddy 3825
Piddy 3825

I've actually never seen the Ballad of Buster Scruggs, I've thought it was supposed to be a comedy, but the gunfight scenes were pretty good!

6 дней назад
papillon +4
papillon

Great compilation, but I feel the ending shootout in Unforgiven as well as the one from Once Upon a Time in the West, between Bronson and Fonda, need to be on this list.

26 дней назад
Easy Guitar Lessons Grandpa Allen +1
Easy Guitar Lessons Grandpa Allen

He was the perfect Doc.

2 месяца назад
Sanborn S +101
Sanborn S

Another two to add to the list: John Wayne in the bar scene in "The Shootist (1976)" And the showdown scene in "The man who shot liberty valance (1962)". And yes, the shootout scene in Eastwood's "Unforgiven" is all time top for me. ...

4 месяца назад
Paul Grey
Paul Grey

Rubbish

Месяц назад
Sandor McCann +2
Sandor McCann

@Rixoli The shoot out with the union soldiers in that town when he explained why he killed the soldiers in the order that he did was, I guess, a precursor to the scene in Unforgiven. Josey Wales is my all time favourite Western because it has all the elements of a great action film, it has heart, it has pathos, harsh, cruel life illustrated perfectly and the grittiness of what it must have been like at the end of that appalling war for those who survived it. It is a masterpiece.

2 месяца назад
faithisme speaks
faithisme speaks

@ Sanborn S, What, no famous Trinity "slap scene"? I'm teasing, although that one made you laugh the most.

2 месяца назад
Rixoli
Rixoli

@T Ritchie https://youtu.be/AndsdQO0Wmk A good rundown of that, TL;DR for viewers "Based on truth" is a stretch, the guy giving this discussion however, Atun-shei was a former "Lost Cause" believer of the South being just who used to give tours/stories about the war. His channel has videos offering a surprising bit of information from someone that has heard both sides of the argument.

2 месяца назад
T Ritchie
T Ritchie

@Rixoli I have read that the Josey Wells movie was at least loosely based on a real person. Union Soldiers burnt down a Farmers home,and if memory serves done something to his family so he killed them and I think every Yankee solider he could. I guess he was a good rider and skilled with his revolvers.

2 месяца назад
Mr Ben +3
Mr Ben

Glad you tossed in “The Ballad of Buster Scruggs” in there twice! The list would have been incomplete without both. 👍

Месяц назад
Belle +1
Belle

When Kevin Costner walked up and just shot the guy without any response I laughed so hard. I must have rewound that scene 10 times. I've watched it countless time since and I still laugh. That's the way you do it. To bad the dead can't talk. It is my all time favorite of any movie.

15 дней назад
poppy cock
poppy cock

Love Eastwood but Lee Van Cleef damn near steals the show.

2 месяца назад
Ste Tomlinson
Ste Tomlinson

Good choices! I appreciate this is purely subjective, but anything from Outlaw Josie Wales should be in here too! Thank you, really enjoyed them.

19 дней назад
michael broer +79
michael broer

For me, SHANE is the best ever. A gunfighter, weary of his craft, seeks peace in a valley of trouble, and is branded a coward by friends of his host for avoiding conflict. He puts his life on the line for the love of a family who was targeted. I love the contrast between Palance's city dude appearance and Shane's wilderness outfit and between a former yankee and a likely rebel.. The whole movie is a slow build up to this moment and it delivers big time!

2 месяца назад
michael broer
michael broer

@The Thin Grey Wall You're right! Forgot about that one.

21 день назад
The Thin Grey Wall
The Thin Grey Wall

@michael broer It was at the 4th of July dance when Shane was asking questions about the new stranger in town. One of the settlers says to him that he seems to know an awful lot about this kind of thing. He seems to surmise that there is a lot more to Shane than meets the eye. Shane had also just beat Callaway in the saloon brawl.

22 дня назад
Don Warrington +2
Don Warrington

@ObscureRP Jack was awesome in this movie . I was convinced he would shoot his own mother for looking at him wrong ...lol

29 дней назад
Dream Surfer
Dream Surfer

Wow fantastic 🧘‍♂️👀

Месяц назад
Bradford Miller +1
Bradford Miller

@MooreGravy - Shane's good, but for me it's "The Big Country". Lots of good stuff in that one.

Месяц назад
Dirk Hausmaninger
Dirk Hausmaninger

imagine the coordination it would take in some scenes to reload, move fast, kill all .....and not getting shot. 🙂

2 месяца назад
R W +1
R W

Great Video, and thank you, Ive never heard of the Buster Scruggs movie till now so, i think I found a new favourite. And does anybody else flinch on how close the shovel gets to cutting off Tuco's hand when Clint throws it in the dirt ?

2 месяца назад
Timber Wolf
Timber Wolf

I'm sure somebody already mentioned it, but from 1:28 on, when Costner fires at least 12 rounds without reloading? That is amazing, especially considering that people usually keep only 5 rounds in old-style single-action revolvers. There isn't a firing pin block, so there is a good chance of one going off if it's dropped. Then again, going into a gunfight, I don't think anyone is anticipating that.

Месяц назад
Kevin Calhoun +1
Kevin Calhoun

Great list! You should make a part two with Unforgiven, Silverado, Outlaw Josey Wales, High Plains Drifter, etc.

Месяц назад
BBB
BBB

9:46 Really seems the gun was pointed accurately and he could do that. Awesome.

Месяц назад
AnotherUser
AnotherUser

For a Few Dollars More is by far the best ending and ending shootout of any western ever made. "Now we start."

27 дней назад
TRT VITOR
TRT VITOR

"I was just foolin' around" 'I wasn't' not everyone could tell that in the bar scene

9 дней назад
Kris G +5
Kris G

2:37 "you brought 2 too many" each time i rewatch this movie, each time that line is one of the most epic lines ever

26 дней назад
ProductofNZ +70
ProductofNZ

The final duel in Once upon a time in the west between Bronson and Fonda will always be my favourite. The gun battle was short and sweet but it was the emotion of the face-off/ flash-back that gets me.

2 месяца назад
Eric Day +1
Eric Day

That Gunfight in Once upon a time was my dad's favorite, dad loved that movie, he was a huge Fonda fan.

3 дня назад
Frankincensed +2
Frankincensed

Yes, exactly. I'm a huge Clint fan, but Once Upon a Time ... wins hands down

18 дней назад
DrRumsmuggler
DrRumsmuggler

Once upon a time in the west is front to back an amazing picture

20 дней назад
Jason Cartwright +3
Jason Cartwright

Yeah - the climatic scene is brilliant cinema. Masterful score and cinematography make it unforgettable.

Месяц назад
ArchGBUStanton +2
ArchGBUStanton

I LOVED that scene. The whole set up with Fonda walking around to get the sun in the right position as the Hermonica song plays. It was just freaking AWESOME!

2 месяца назад
Alec Chambers
Alec Chambers

"Sir, it seems that you are no better a judge of human beings than you are a specimen of one." -Buster Scruggs 🔥🔥🔥🔥

2 месяца назад
South Bay Dave
South Bay Dave

The first shootout in the latest remake of The Magnificent 7 one of the best I've seen. Overall a great movie.

6 дней назад
Robert Gift
Robert Gift

12:35 Amazing that he gas bullets which curve to the target after fired. My 9mm rounds do not.

Месяц назад
Franco Spain
Franco Spain

The man who shot Liberty Vance. Wayne’s technique was awesome handling the rifle.

21 день назад
Dorelaxen +42
Dorelaxen

My personal favorite will always be the opening scene from For a Few Dollars More. The cool, calm, and collected Col. Mortimer takes his time, doesn't get flustered, and draws down on his mark with his Buntline. He out badasses Eastwood in every way in that movie, from lighting the match on The Hunchback's neck to taking out El Indio in the final showdown. Everybody flips out over Eastwood, but for me, Lee Van Cleef was always way cooler and way more realistic.

5 месяцев назад
Dream Surfer +1
Dream Surfer

Wow fantastic 🧘‍♂️👀

Месяц назад
HopelessNerd +2
HopelessNerd

"Well, well. If it isn't the smoker..." I've got that phrase on my phone. Never know when you might need it.

2 месяца назад
Sweep the leg +4
Sweep the leg

Lee Van Cleef was a bad man for sure.

3 месяца назад
Albert Grant +3
Albert Grant

I agree !

4 месяца назад
Weltsch
Weltsch

Great list. I would've added some of John Wayne's movies in the mix. Big Jake and Rio Bravo have great gun fights.

25 дней назад
Jason Matty
Jason Matty

That shotgun blast through the wall at the end of Open Range was missed. Dude that took the hit was twitching and was unnerving to watch.

Месяц назад
Adam A Karu
Adam A Karu

The one and only western of all time: DANCIS WITH WOLF; thank you Mr, K Costner, and many others in the movie.

Месяц назад
Eldred Brown
Eldred Brown

Good selection when you have one shootout from each of the three movies in Clint Eastwood's "Man with No Name" trilogy.

2 месяца назад
Mike E +151
Mike E

"My mistake, four coffins" is one of the most badass lines in movie history

6 месяцев назад
Dream Surfer
Dream Surfer

Wow fantastic 🧘‍♂️👀

Месяц назад
Kızılelma
Kızılelma

@Ken Hoyer Baxter's gang

2 месяца назад
Ken Hoyer +1
Ken Hoyer

Always wondered who paid for the coffins

2 месяца назад
blaahblah +1
blaahblah

@Infiad I'm glad you made this comment sir.

2 месяца назад
Vishnu Jokhoo
Vishnu Jokhoo

Once Upon a Time in the West... train platform scene... best dialogue ever . Missing the big shootout in Django (1966) though

Месяц назад
Velha Guarda Tricolor +1
Velha Guarda Tricolor

The Sergio Leone + Ennio Morricone Music shootouts are the best by a country mile. You forgetting the final shootout from Once Upon the Time in the West with Charles Bronson and Henry Fonda is just insane.

22 дня назад
Mike
Mike

I just love how in Shane, when even the dog knows it going to be a shootout, he slowly slinks away. Lol...🙂

4 дня назад
MA M
MA M

15:23 Sorry to correct the place where the unforgettable ending of the movie The Good, the Bad and the Ugly was shot. It was not shot in San Francisco but in a town in Burgos (Spain). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sad_Hill_Cemetery

13 дней назад
Fruityoverlord
Fruityoverlord

Open Range was the most memorable for the gun fight. I'd never seen the movie till recently and its a gem.

2 месяца назад
Ann Divine
Ann Divine

You missed out my favorite "Once upon a time in the west" I am sure other people think there is better but I think it is the greatest of all time.

5 дней назад
Laurie Redfern
Laurie Redfern

It astounds me how the gunfighter has a cap and ball pistol and a belt full of bullets ( cartridges)

21 час назад
The World According to Jim
The World According to Jim

Absolutely fantastic list 👌 it's time to give Val Kilmer an honorary Oscar

Месяц назад
Jack Sagrafsky +72
Jack Sagrafsky

Clint Eastwood without a doubt the "KING" of cool gunfighters of the old, and even the NEW west...Honorable mention to "Tombstone" as well.

5 месяцев назад
Dream Surfer +1
Dream Surfer

Wow fantastic 🧘‍♂️👀

Месяц назад
Floyd Jordan
Floyd Jordan

Yep, Clint is tough to beat, top 5, but Jimmy Stewart is #1, Mr. Jimmy Stewart, could out ( Act ) Clint Eastwood, and his Westerns Characters he played were 3 dementional, and more believably, Jimmy's # 1...

Месяц назад
Darth Wiizius +2
Darth Wiizius

@blaahblah Yeah, he showed he truly was the right huckleberry to play that part, I think Hollywood wasted him in the end because after Tombstone and Heat they tried to shovel him into to cheesy so called "blockbuster" type movies when clearly the lad can act.

2 месяца назад
blaahblah +1
blaahblah

@Darth Wiizius I agree but you have to admit, it was a part of a lifetime as well that he happened to live up to. Meaning Kilmer was able to get the part of a lifetime and also live up to the task.

2 месяца назад
Darth Wiizius +1
Darth Wiizius

Unforgiven and Tombstone are the 2 best westerns from after 1990 at least. Big props to Val Kilmer, that was his performance of a lifetime moment, he was head and shoulders above the rest of the cast in terms of the quality of his acting performance, his subtle inflections from line to line really are brilliant. I think specialist character actors like Tom Hardy probably appreciate the qualities he brought to the part.

4 месяца назад
Muss
Muss

You forgot to include the scene of the excellent Spanish western "Dos pistolas para un manco" where the manco kills 7 men whith a 6-bullet pistol.

Месяц назад
Darrin Hamilton
Darrin Hamilton

Very nice work.....thanks for your enthusiasm and passion for the western gun fights.

Месяц назад
Brian_T
Brian_T

1:38 -- Kevn Costner emptying 8 rounds into someone from his six-shooter. Before anyone says "They make 8-shot-revolvers!" Yes, they do. However, if you pause at 1:29 - you can see that he has a standard 6-shot revolver.

12 дней назад
Jim Skelton +1
Jim Skelton

Wild Bunch. End scene..."Lets go"... enough said.

Месяц назад
Robert Genetti +72
Robert Genetti

Open Range had one of THE BEST gunfight scenes ever! I particularly liked how they cut the music (unlike most films which drown out what is going on) - the action stands alone without the hype of tempo.

2 месяца назад
hyfy1970
hyfy1970

Best gunfight scenes?? Gotta love Costner's 8 shot Colt Single Action...SMH

9 дней назад
Byron L. Fayette
Byron L. Fayette

@bixby9797 Yeah...if they made revolvers like that, I never would have bought a semi-auto.

14 дней назад
Maniac 5000
Maniac 5000

@Michael David Peter Yea, I remember how the sound design was noted at the time, was very high impact and something new in cinema. My dad and I were talking on the ride home how it felt we were there it was so well done.

22 дня назад
Ken Hoyer
Ken Hoyer

Yeah most times movies use music too much to evoke emotions.

Месяц назад
bixby9797
bixby9797

@Jacob Stone I"ll agree with that. Very realistic especially having so many shot miss the target

2 месяца назад
TERMINATORSPAIN
TERMINATORSPAIN

por supuesto la nº 1 El Bueno el Feo y el Malo , la 2º la Muerte tenía un precio ( también el final )

2 дня назад
datafile hunter
datafile hunter

How could you have missed including a scene from Hannie Caulder?

Месяц назад
Colin Gallagher
Colin Gallagher

"The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly," "Unforgiven" (not included in this video), and "Open Range" (also not included in this video), all excellent examples.

Месяц назад
TheDeconstructivist
TheDeconstructivist

Super happy to see Open Range recognized, but we're missing Unforgiven, Silverado, The Wild Bunch, and Quigley Down Under here.

23 дня назад
davanthone
davanthone

How could you not include the final scene in unforgiven. One of the best ever!

Месяц назад
Joseph Walther
Joseph Walther

Clint Eastwood in that final showdown had a really smooth draw.

15 дней назад
Ken Madden
Ken Madden

You forgot the final gunfight in "The Unforgiven" and the old Glenn Ford movie "The Fastest Gun Alive".

19 дней назад

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