For a Few Dollars More

Director: Sergio Leone
Year Released: 1965
Rating: 3.0

Part two of the iconic Dollars Trilogy is more of the same (in this case, not a bad thing): The Man With No Name (Clint Eastwood) signs on to kill a bank robber, and along the way gets help from another bounty hunter (Lee Van Cleef) who has a hidden agenda. It's moral-free and defiantly 'masculine' (the one female character is stripped, raped and shot): precisely the kind of world that is dying and self-destructive because it lacks a feminine touch and a trace of humanity. Still, despite the nihilism and body count, it's a simple way of life: kill, be killed or get out of everyone's way.