Maria’s review published on Letterboxd:
This film just gets better and better as it goes on, leading up to the epic and satisfying ending. The story is really solid and entertaining. I loved how the characters were connected and I enjoyed watching them all try to outsmart each other. All three leads were really great.
The best aspect of this film, without a doubt, is the absolutely INCREDIBLE score by Ennio Morricone. It's so iconic! It's gonna be in my head for days, it's so damn CATCHY. Ennio Morricone might just be my favorite composer. This is definitely one of my favorite scores of all time.
I had such a good time watching this movie. Overall, amazing story, amazing acting, likeable characters, and a spectacular score.
And let's get one thing straight: Tuco is not ugly, he's a beautiful man. It just had to be said.