Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
The final shoot-out is held in a cemetery with three banditos -- Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef, and Eli Wallach.
Current Score:
2441
Total Votes:
4613
2
The final battle is a standoff between Charles Bronson and Henry Fonda. A flashback explains Bronson's vendetta.
Current Score:
1609
Total Votes:
3783
3
Kevin Costner and Robert Duvall take on land barons with six-shooters. Then townsfolk join in, for a fifteen-minute gunfight.
Current Score:
1416
Total Votes:
3952
4
Wyatt Earp's famous showdown at the OK Corral isn't over till it's over: as the dust settles, one last cowboy reaches for his gun.
Current Score:
1275
Total Votes:
3525
5
The violence ends with Gene Hackman looking down the barrel of Clint Eastwood's rifle. "I'll see you in hell," he says. Eastwood shoots.
Current Score:
1259
Total Votes:
3423
6
The Duke goes out in a blaze of glory as a one-foot-in-the-grave gunfighter cut down in a barroom.
Current Score:
1214
Total Votes:
3178
7
Two robbers -- bleeding and limping -- leap headlong to death, and the picture freezes, capturing them in their fearlessness.
Current Score:
1033
Total Votes:
2993
8
When the clock strikes twelve, Gary Cooper is a man hell-bent on revenge. The shoot-out is a breathtaking battle against the odds.
Current Score:
961
Total Votes:
2873
9
Sam Peckinpah revolutionized the Western with a beautiful and brutal shoot-out that uses multiple cameras, varied speeds, and rapid edits.
Current Score:
946
Total Votes:
3028
10
In Sam Raimi's estrogen-powered Western, Sharon Stone guns down her father's killer (Gene Hackman).
Current Score:
-385
Total Votes:
2871