No. 1 The Magnificent Seven: . . .
You know, I think I actually did get to everything I wanted to say about this 1960 John Struges remake of Akira Kurosawa‘s darker, longer, and yes, better The Seven Samurai from 1954.
Maybe I was just going to point out that the casting of Yul Brenner as an American cowboy is no less ridiculous than getting Arnold to play a schlubby American salesman.
Here, enjoy a law-abiding excerpt of Elmer Bernstein‘s iconic main title theme on me, Filmspotter. You’ve earned it.