My Name is Nobody details
|Starring:||Terence Hill, Geoffrey Lewis, Leo Gordon, Henry Fonda|
My Name is Nobody
|Run time:||1 hour 50 minutes|
|Rental release:||28 Apr 2003|
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Classic Spaghetti WesternBy a customer from ENGLAND, BUT BORN IN FRANCE , 23 Jul 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Although this movie may not be well known it is a must watch movie...
Brilliant Ennio Morricone soundtrack...
Classic spaghetti western moments with a good sense of humour and a good morale...
And for the ladies, deep blue eyes of Terence Hill...
I never get bored of watching it!!!
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good westernBy b-movie (161 reviews) from Cardigan , 30 Apr 2013this is a very good western and i have seen this film many times and will again in the further. two good actors, one ageing gun slinger and one young and fast with the gun and wits too
Much more than a spoof westernBy a customer , 06 Jul 2012An absolute classic. Produced and co-directed by master Sergio Leone and fabulously scored by his long time creative partner Ennio Morricone, 'Nobody' turns out to be quite a stylish western, despite its comic elements. However, it ain't no crime if the hero (Terence Hill) has a sense of humour. With great acting by Henry Fonda as well, it clearly deserves five stars.
one of his more subtle scriptsBy oldtimerfilmbuff (17 reviews) , 26 Jan 2012Only Sergio Leone could have made this one. What a team him and Fonda. A film that rates very highly amongst the western spoofs shame we don`t have this team still with us. Old timer film buff.
My Name is NobodyBy ian3 (538 reviews) from Salisbury , 27 Jun 2011My Name is Nobody
Not bad at all, fun, clever and talented, great cast makes the plot, youll want to watch again and again just to see some of the action .
Oddly watchableBy pjcox (22 reviews) from Oxford, England , 04 Feb 2011A spoof western with some funny moments and very curious scenes that include such things as Keystone Cops style speeded-up action. Henry Fonda is great in his last western as the steady, aging gun-hand. The lead's (Terence Hill) antics, and a few other items like the 'Ride of the Valkyries' music wear thin pretty quickly. Recommended but you really have to let go to enjoy it.