Once Upon a Time in the West
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
Bronson busted out of the Western genre with the ultimate vigilante flick -- good enough for four sequels.
Current Score:
500
Total Votes:
804
2
Bronson, with badass friends in tow, goes on a suicide mission. It's the prototype for everything from The Expendables to A Bridge Too Far.
Current Score:
480
Total Votes:
756
3
Holding your own against McQueen, Brynner, and Coburn is no small feet. Bronson does so and became a star as a result.
Current Score:
476
Total Votes:
720
4
Bronson's stoic, mysterious, and deadly cowboy is the archetype of the dangerous Old West warrior.
Current Score:
416
Total Votes:
718
5
Bronson is a perfect fit in this heartwarming story of a veteran hit man who mentors a young contract killer.
Current Score:
377
Total Votes:
649
6
Bronson does what he does best: takes out those who mess with him, this time as a Vietnam vet turned watermelon farmer.
Current Score:
244
Total Votes:
572
7
In this hidden gem, Bronson gives a wounded, broken performance and has killer fight scenes. What more could you want?
Current Score:
233
Total Votes:
577
8
The California sun does nothing to mellow Bronson, who's out on another quest for street vengence in this sequel.
Current Score:
177
Total Votes:
563
9
The original French version is hard to find, but Bronson's game of cat and mouse with a murderess makes it well worth seeking out.
Current Score:
-38
Total Votes:
434
10
Late in life, Bronson went soft with great results in this independent drama directed by Sean Penn.
Current Score:
-47
Total Votes:
439