Pure rotten shite.
I was expecting a goofy buddy cop comedy purely based on letterboxd's poster. Just look at it.
Instead, I got a sincere and passionate film with a perfect tonal balance. Seamlessly going back and forth from a great comedy to a twisted crime drama to the most wholesome bromance put on screen.
It's hard to put down my thoughts for this. They're all so jumbled and would only come out as nonsense as I gush and praise this film from its opening to its ending.
Best film I've seen in a long time. I loved every minute of it.
A Bullet for the General weaves morally complex characters into a bandit ridden Mexico. That stands apart from its contemporaries not with style or a kickass score that accompanies most other Spaghetti Westerns that I've seen, that is slightly lacking here. It instead stands out with great writing, brilliant performances, strong character arcs, and dynamic relationships with wonderful chemistry between the main cast of characters.
Gian Maria Volonté is especially a standout, showing great consistency with his other performances in…