Tuca (a scoundrel knows where gold is buried) but unfortunately, Blondie (a good person) knows the specific grave. And they go together though previously they have a feud. Another person is Angel Eyes (a bad guy), who is on the road looking for this treasure. What will happen? And are they successful? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Good, The Bad And The Ugly
While the Civil War rages between the Union and the Confederacy, three men – a quiet loner, a ruthless hit man and a Mexican bandit – comb the American Southwest in search of a strongbox containing $200,000 in stolen gold.
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Kyle M (de) wrote: It's the best yet out of all animated superhero films out there.The film is based on the "Justice League: Origin" story - the first story of "The New 52" that's a revamp of the long-running team. The universe is quite similar to how the X-Men live in theirs when Batman pointed out that the people are afraid of them heroes because they're different. While that's the case, the people are also angry at them since they, the normal ones, have to pay their damages of their heroic deeds. (And one time in the film, a woman was saved by Green Lantern from being abducted, and asked him does she have to pay him for saving her, without thanking him.)In a world where superheroes aren't fully appreciated for their heroic deeds, there has been mysterious abductions going on around cities, with strange-looking devices left behind hidden. The world's finest heroes - Green Lantern, Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and The Flash - gets involved looking into the crisis while dealing with the monstrous creatures that are preparing an invasion of a bigger threat's arrival. Dealing with the common enemy and running into each, the formation of the Justice League begun.The exciting action-packed animated superhero flick is packed with excellency in the performances of the animation and voice-acting, next to the characterization, the humor (with coolness blended in some points), as well there's a nice heartening moment at the end. Those are the qualities that'd made this the best of its kind; especially having something that was rare in any of the other animated superhero films - well, before Disney's "Big Hero 6": a nice heart. The "Crisis on Two Earths" was the first to attempt this almost four years prior.The film also handled the violent content down with only one scene appearance of blood coming out - a better move than watching bloody violence that was shown in the previous Justice League film and couple of solo rides prior.But of course there was a quickening spirit within the film's substance that usually take an element with a snap, *snap,* just like that. And there were some dullness in the script like when ever Wonder Woman shouts warrior cheer over a small deal with melodrama (you can say she has the similar spirit of Marvel's Thor). This film is the first of the series of [animated] films in a shared universe - DC Comics' second cinematic universe while their live-action one started a year prior with "Man of Steel." I would say the shared universe trend started by Marvel is beginning to look like it's a smart move to entertain viewers, especially fans - and comic book readers in most cases. (Even with a sneak peak of a nod towards the upcoming "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice")."Justice League: War" is, like I said before, the best of its kind in the superhero genre in animation going to the level where none have yet ever reached. (A-)
stephen c (br) wrote: The old guys do it again
Jamie C (ag) wrote: Way better than I thought it would be even made me laugh a few times which most comedies fail to provide now days, Very enjoyable.
Joe T (gb) wrote: Not as good as number 1, but it was still fairly entertaining.
Seth H (fr) wrote: Fuckin totally tubular! radical, cowabunga
RB S (nl) wrote: silly but with Zahn + Jack Black it can't help but be funny
jesse k (jp) wrote: It's hard to say whether this movie is good or not because I fell asleep just shortly after Bozo man meets clown face's wife.
Jos C (mx) wrote: An impressive late-life film from mastermind Ingmar Bergman, yet still a late-life work; although filled with Bergman formula and a feeling of fatigue, this film still manages to prove why Bergman is one of, if not the best, of directors.
Wayne K (fr) wrote: Harry Potter is going back to Hogwarts, despite one of the films many irritating characters advising him not to do so, and reunites with his eclectic group of friends and acquaintances. For me, it's much less fun than the first instalment, instead being far more annoying, confusing and overlong. Most of the new characters just pad the runtime and are a grating presence, the story isn't as interesting as the first, the actors' delivery is still pretty awkward, and there's just so many unanswered questions. Why would a secret world have its entrance situated in a busy train station out in the open? And why does someone as smart as Hermione even need to be in school? The character of Malfoy, who is vying for the world record of how many times he can say his enemies surname in a condescending manner, is such a stereotypical bully that's its beyond unfunny, and he quickly becomes tiresome. It does have its plus points, such as the excellent effects, brilliant set designs and a great sense of humour, but it falls well short of the bar set by The Philosopher's Stone. So far, it's my least favourite of the series.
David L (ca) wrote: Mulholland Drive has some intriguing sequences and the first half is pleasantly mysterious, but the second half is so pointless and stupid and the movie is mostly a mediocre effort from the director with such an infuriating and dated 'artistic' approach to it, poor characters and a very annoying outcome. It is one of the most overrated films of the decade.
Matty S (au) wrote: This is the film that put Cronenberg on the map. Though, dated and a bit silly -- it is an interesting bit of cinema. Much like his earlier film, SHIVERS, it now even more creepy in the sense that it seems to almost be an allegory to AIDS.