It seemed a bit silly to start a thread for a movie when it just concerned "something interesting I noticed" so maybe this will be a catch-all thread. Anyway, here's one: I'm watching the Leone "Man with no name" trilogy (though Eastwood had a name in all three, and they were 3 different names). I've finished A Fistful of Dollars and was halfway through For A Few Dollars More when I realized that one of the bad guys is played by a very young Klaus Kinski! I had no idea. Next up: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly so I can vote with a clear conscience in tourney brackets when it comes up! I saw all of these films at the Drive-In when I was a kid, but hadn't seen them since. It's interesting to watch them with adult eyes, though I still don't have much more to say other than "damn, a lot of people get killed!" and "damn, I bet it stunk to live in the Old West!" (literally and figuratively). I really love the music! I understand why Morricone is considered a god. I guess I grew up not all that interested in Westerns. My dad was a huge fan and watched them all, but they bored me to tears. I loved film noir, though I didn't know what it was called back then. These aren't boring me to tears, now that I'm older and much more used to long, slow scenes in movies. I'm finding the techniques very interesting, if not the actual storylines. I love Leone's Once Upon A Time in the West and I'm very very fond of Silverado, neither of which my dad cares for. He's more the Audie Murphy/John Wayne Western fan.