The title of the review is italian for "For A Few Dollars More". "For A Few Dollars More" was a smash hit upon its release in 65. Clint Eastwood returns in this sequel to 1964's "A Fistfull of Dollars" and is joined by Lee Van Cleef. The stroy essentially is about how Eastwood and Van Cleef team up to take on El Indio and his band of bandits, and what a story this is and amazingly portrayed through the vision of Sergio Leone accompanied by breathtaking music from Morricone.
In this film Leone is more relaxed in his style which was developed in Fistfull and this makes for a better film in my opinion but both deserve their 5 star ratings, again Leone adds a breath of fresh air to the genre, taking the next few runs up the ladder from Fistfull to another level. Clint is amazing again as the man with no name or as he is credited as by a sheriff "Manco" which is mexican for stranger I think. What is nice to see is an older more experianced bounty hunter Colonel Douglas Mortimer played by Van Cleef, who sort of mentors Clint's character, the role was originally ment to be for Henry Fonda. Nevertheless Van Cleef is amazing and the movie made him a huge star in Europe and he would go on to make loads more Spagetti Westerns. Gian Maria Volonte is brilliant as the larger than life Indio and great supporting performances from Mario Brega and Klaus Kinski.
The story is amazing as mentioned before and builds up to an awesome climax, with plenty of the Leone style all the way through. This movie is one of the all time great westerns ever made along with its predecessor and is worth the watch for any fan of the genre or anyone wanting to watch a western and a must to any dvd collection. This is a real treasure so enjoy!