For a Few Dollars More

For a Few Dollars More

By Sergio Leone

  • Genre: Western
  • Release Date: 1965-12-18
  • Advisory Rating: R
  • Runtime: 2h 11min
  • Director: Sergio Leone
  • Production Company: Constantin Film
  • Production Country: Germany, Spain, Italy
  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99
From 2,756 Ratings


If A Fistful of Dollars began the Eastwood legend, then its sequel, For a Few Dollars More, cemented it. Clint Eastwood makes his return as “The Man With No Name,” this time teaming up with a rival bounty hunter (Lee Van Cleef as “The Man In Black”) to take down a ruthless outlaw and his band of renegades. This gritty, “hard hitting” (Variety) western masterpiece would be followed one year later by The Good, The Bad and The Ugly to complete director Sergio Leone’s brilliant Spaghetti Western Trilogy.




  • Lee Van Cleef

    By Sackville77
    RIP Angel Eyes. There will never be another Lee Van Cleef. A face for the ages, a presence that burns a hole in the screen. He makes the film. A intensely elegant actor--the best of the bad.

    By Elementarteilchen
    This is a timeless epic, starring one of the greatest legends to ever grace cinema. The score of the film is amazing, and the plot is incredibly captures by the director alone.. The unwavering showdown of just the facial expressions alone is unparalleled in film history...and this is Ennio's BEST compositional score, hands down. The musical pocket watch has haunted me for decades, and the folks who don't appreciate it, in my opinion, have the sensitivity that is less than a bag of rocks. This is the original. Many have failed at reattempting this plot...the music, the acting, and the scenery are all haunting, and will last for decades. This film should be worth 100 stars. Buy it.
  • Nothing less than awesome

    By Rick Drais
    If you thought Leone created the modern closeup in "Fistful of Dollars", wait until you see what he does with it in this film! It isn't for nothing that modern filmmakers call an extreme closeup a "Leone". Hard to believe that critics were lukewarm at best in their reviews of this movie, considering that many present-day lists name it as one of the three greatest Westerns ever made. Care to guess what the other two are?

    By Person of Few Words
    And so the saga continues with this fine gem of a movie.
  • Unbearable

    By septis717
    This film drags and drags and drags and drags
  • Awesome

    I just love this movie. It is so cool and im just 12 years old. Clint is a beast. I just love the man with no name
  • For a few dollars more

    By Buzz Lightyear to infinity
    My favorite movie of all time and I'm 12! I think anyone who remotely likes westerns should see this
  • wow!

    By trentsipod
    a great movie! there are only 13 reviews! :( this is a classic movie and a great one! its my favorite and im 14! haha
  • for a few decades more

    By Kindwarrior
    Yes, the gun play is absurdly over the top; Yes, the title art is remarkably cheesy and 1960s. Still, it holds up: the musical score is compelling, the acting, solid, and the story line, smart. This is not my favorite of the Clint Eastwood Spagetti westerns but it's still a solid and entertaining movie -- holding its own against modern movies, with very little to forgive, even given that it's over 40 years old.
  • My favorite of the Man with No Name trilogy

    By LaughingGodzilla
    Why? Well, let's face it....Clint Eastwood and Lee Van Cleef are going after the bad guys and they hardly get along wtih each other. The last shootout in this film is awesome! You can tell what they are all thinking and not to mention, the good soundtrack by Ennio Morricone. All in all, get this film. You'll not regret it.