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« #30 : June 27, 2007, 06:39:23 AM »

On the soundtrack I'd like to hear Chris Cornell singing (Morricone would still write the score, of course). Not necessarily any lyrics but that amazing voice, almost like screaming, which only he can make.

For those who don't know: Cornell has been the singer of bands Soundgarden (I've heard only their first one but I love it) and Audioslave (sounds good but somehow I haven't listened to them that much), and is now doing solo career. He sings the title song in Casino Royale.


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« #31 : June 27, 2007, 09:43:30 AM »

I've just realised something... if it has to be spaghetti western, the director should be Italian, no?



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« #32 : June 27, 2007, 10:13:10 AM »

I've just realised something... if it has to be spaghetti western, the director should be Italian, no?

Tarantino is italian. Well italian/american. I see what you're saying though. A director from Italy right marmota?




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« #33 : June 27, 2007, 10:50:52 AM »

A director from Italy right marmota?

Yeah, because f not, it's no spaghetti. Only spaghetti style.



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« #34 : June 27, 2007, 10:52:50 AM »

Yeah, because f not, it's no spaghetti. Only spaghetti style.

You are right. Any Italian director you admire working today?




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« #35 : June 27, 2007, 10:56:24 AM »

No. I know very few about temporary cinema and absolutely nothing about temporary Italian cinema. :-[



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« #36 : June 27, 2007, 03:07:13 PM »

Well Castellari is still around and I made the suggestion that Bertolucci could probably make a fine looking western (and he's connected to OUTITW).


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« #37 : June 27, 2007, 08:30:21 PM »

Well Castellari is still around and I made the suggestion that Bertolucci could probably make a fine looking western (and he's connected to OUTITW).

This is true. I wish they were making spaghetti westerns on a regular basis!




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« #38 : June 27, 2007, 10:36:59 PM »

This is true. I wish they were making spaghetti westerns on a regular basis!

And I think it would still find an audience. If they were able to present it the right way. People like action films. And westerns are often just action films based in Wild West...



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« #39 : June 27, 2007, 11:13:16 PM »

And I think it would still find an audience. If they were able to present it the right way. People like action films. And westerns are often just action films based in Wild West...

I think people would love spaghetti westerns if they were brought back on a consistent basis. I mean look at how many people love violence in today's films. It would find a crowd. But, on the other hand, not all spaghetti westerns are full of action and extremely violent. Depends what way you would go about filming them.




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« #40 : June 28, 2007, 12:54:07 AM »

I think people would love spaghetti westerns if they were brought back on a consistent basis. I mean look at how many people love violence in today's films. It would find a crowd. But, on the other hand, not all spaghetti westerns are full of action and extremely violent. Depends what way you would go about filming them.

That's what I meant. If it was directed by someone capable, with violence and action, but with a message (and not loads of talking pretending to be a message), it would be great.



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« #41 : July 01, 2007, 01:08:13 PM »

Wow I am digging your ideas here! Especially the idea of Al Pacino and Gary Oldman in the same movie.

I would like to add Daniel Craig...I think he would make a good gang member, or silent anti-hero type. He has those features that I knoe Leone would love to do close ups of.

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« #42 : July 01, 2007, 01:29:47 PM »

Wow I am digging your ideas here! Especially the idea of Al Pacino and Gary Oldman in the same movie.

I would like to add Daniel Craig...I think he would make a good gang member, or silent anti-hero type. He has those features that I knoe Leone would love to do close ups of.

Daniel Craig is a fantastic choice Kevin! Imagine a close up of those eyes?! Fits perfectly with Leone.




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« #43 : July 01, 2007, 03:56:18 PM »

has anyone mentioned Alan Rickman and Tommy Lee Jones?

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« #44 : August 25, 2007, 08:44:27 AM »

Tommy Lee Jones is excellent. Alan Rickman? As a villain, I think...

Alan should be a corrupted, evil marshall...
Tommy the old gunslinger...
Julio Cedillo (he was very good pairing with Tommy in M.E.) a mexican revolutionar...


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