History YMMV / AFistfulOfDynamite

26th Jan '16 2:55:06 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* CounterpartComparison: Juan and Max Lozoya from ''Don't Turn the Other Cheek'', which came out the same year. Both become revolutionary heroes by no will of their own and [[spoiler:both had their families killed by soldiers.]] Also, as mentioned below, Eli Wallach was meant to play one but ended up playing the other.

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* CounterpartComparison: SurprisinglySimilarCharacters: Juan and Max Lozoya from ''Don't Turn the Other Cheek'', which came out the same year. Both become revolutionary heroes by no will of their own and [[spoiler:both had their families killed by soldiers.]] Also, as mentioned below, Eli Wallach was meant to play one but ended up playing the other.
18th Dec '15 1:35:20 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* CounterpartComparison: Juan and Max Lozoya from ''Don't Turn the Other Cheek'', which came out the same year. Both become revolutionary heroes and [[spoiler:both had their families killed by soldiers.]] Also, as mentioned below, Eli Wallach was meant to play one but ended up playing the other.
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* CounterpartComparison: Juan and Max Lozoya from ''Don't Turn the Other Cheek'', which came out the same year. Both become revolutionary heroes by no will of their own and [[spoiler:both had their families killed by soldiers.]] Also, as mentioned below, Eli Wallach was meant to play one but ended up playing the other.
4th Oct '15 6:17:44 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* CounterpartComparison: Juan and Max Lozoya from ''Don't Turn the Other Cheek'', which came out the same year. Both become revolutionary heroes and [[spoiler:both had their families killed by soldiers.]]
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* CounterpartComparison: Juan and Max Lozoya from ''Don't Turn the Other Cheek'', which came out the same year. Both become revolutionary heroes and [[spoiler:both had their families killed by soldiers.]]]] Also, as mentioned below, Eli Wallach was meant to play one but ended up playing the other.
18th Aug '15 10:26:17 AM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* WhatCouldhaveBeen: Eli Wallach was originally meant to play Juan, but United Artists wanted a bigger name, so they got Rod Steiger. Some foreign dubbing companies caught wind of this during the release of 'Don't Turn the Other Cheek' and had the same foreign actors voice both Steiger's Juan and Wallach's Max.
4th Aug '15 9:29:00 PM youfeelingluckypunk27
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* CounterpartComparison: Juan and Max Lozoya from ''Don't Turn the Other Cheek'', which came out the same year. Both become revolutionary heroes and [[spoiler:both had their families killed by soldiers.]]
23rd Apr '15 6:16:03 AM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: {{Colonel|Badass}} GŁnther "Gutierez" [[TheHeavy Reza]] is a [[SilentAntagonist silent villain]] who, throughout the movie, doesn't express a single emotion beyond self-satisfaction. He [[ColdBloodedTorture tortures Dr. Villega]] into identifying various members of a crowd as revolutionaries, then has them shot in front of him, smiling a little wider with each body that hits the ground. He's also the man responsible for the deaths of Juan's children and father, singlehandedly [KnightOfCerebus causes the film to shift]] from BlackComedy to serious drama, leads an army ([[ANaziByAnyOtherName based on Italian fascist stormtroopers]]) that seems intent on [[SociopathicSoldier killing or imprisoning everyone they meet]], and in the climax, guns down [[spoiler:Mallory]] [[InTheBack from behind]]. This, coupled with his ImplacableMan status makes him utterly terrifying.
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* CompleteMonster: {{Colonel|Badass}} GŁnther "Gutierez" [[TheHeavy Reza]] is a [[SilentAntagonist silent villain]] who, throughout the movie, doesn't express a single emotion beyond self-satisfaction. He [[ColdBloodedTorture tortures Dr. Villega]] into identifying various members of a crowd as revolutionaries, then has them shot in front of him, smiling a little wider with each body that hits the ground. He's also the man responsible for the deaths of Juan's children and father, singlehandedly [KnightOfCerebus [[KnightOfCerebus causes the film to shift]] from BlackComedy to serious drama, leads an army ([[ANaziByAnyOtherName based on Italian fascist stormtroopers]]) that seems intent on [[SociopathicSoldier killing or imprisoning everyone they meet]], and in the climax, guns down [[spoiler:Mallory]] [[InTheBack from behind]]. This, coupled with his ImplacableMan status makes him utterly terrifying.
23rd Apr '15 6:15:52 AM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: [[ColonelBadass Colonel]] [[ANaziByAnyOtherName GŁnther]] "[[TheStoic Gutierez]]" [[TheHeavy Reza]] is a [[SilentAntagonist silent villain]] who, throughout the movie, doesn't express a single emotion beyond self-satisfaction. He tortures Dr. Villega into identifying various members of a crowd as revolutionaries, then has them shot in front of him, smiling a little wider with each body that hits the ground. He's also the man responsible for [[spoiler:the deaths of Juan's children and father]], singlehandedly causes the film to shift from BlackComedy to serious drama, leads an army that seems intent on [[SociopathicSoldier killing or imprisoning everyone they meet]], and in the climax, guns down [[spoiler:Mallory]] from behind. This, coupled with his ImplacableMan status makes him utterly terrifying.
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* CompleteMonster: [[ColonelBadass Colonel]] [[ANaziByAnyOtherName GŁnther]] "[[TheStoic Gutierez]]" {{Colonel|Badass}} GŁnther "Gutierez" [[TheHeavy Reza]] is a [[SilentAntagonist silent villain]] who, throughout the movie, doesn't express a single emotion beyond self-satisfaction. He [[ColdBloodedTorture tortures Dr. Villega Villega]] into identifying various members of a crowd as revolutionaries, then has them shot in front of him, smiling a little wider with each body that hits the ground. He's also the man responsible for [[spoiler:the the deaths of Juan's children and father]], father, singlehandedly [KnightOfCerebus causes the film to shift shift]] from BlackComedy to serious drama, leads an army ([[ANaziByAnyOtherName based on Italian fascist stormtroopers]]) that seems intent on [[SociopathicSoldier killing or imprisoning everyone they meet]], and in the climax, guns down [[spoiler:Mallory]] [[InTheBack from behind.behind]]. This, coupled with his ImplacableMan status makes him utterly terrifying.
30th Jan '15 3:26:57 AM RushLimborg
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* Narm: Despite EnnioMorricone delivering his typical AwesomeMusic...the "Sean-Sean" song can ''really'' ruin the moment with just how ''trippy'' it is!
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* Narm: {{Narm}}: Despite EnnioMorricone delivering his typical AwesomeMusic...the "Sean-Sean" song can ''really'' ruin the moment with just how ''trippy'' it is!
30th Jan '15 3:26:39 AM RushLimborg
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* Narm: Despite EnnioMorricone delivering his typical AwesomeMusic...the "Sean-Sean" song can ''really'' ruin the moment with just how ''trippy'' it is!
30th Jan '15 3:22:06 AM RushLimborg
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Music/EnnioMorricone at his usual finest throughout. It's worth noting the score has often received more recognition than the actual movie.
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Music/EnnioMorricone at his usual finest throughout.throughout--albeit with a rather "trippy" twist. It's worth noting the score has often received more recognition than the actual movie.

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Music/EnnioMorricone at his usual finest throughout. It's worth noting the score has often received more recognition than the actual movie.EarWorm: "Sean-Sean...Sean-Sean..."
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