For many decades, Western films dominated the cinematic landscape. Iconic actors such as Clint Eastwood, Marlon Brando, and Paul Newman made a name for themselves riding the saddle of a horse on the big screen. Then suddenly, the interest seemed to disappear until 1990's Dance With Wolves revitalized this classic genre. Today, directors like Cohen Brothers and Quentin Tarantino deliver their vision and passion for Western's with fantastic films such as The Hateful Eight and No Country for Old Men. These modern Westerns are filled with fascinating callbacks and small details that only eagle-eyed fans could catch.
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In Rango (an animated movie about a character played by Johnny Depp in the Nevada desert), Rango lands on the windshield of the car from Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (a movie about a character played by Johnny Depp in the Nevada Desert).00Fascinating small detail?
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At one point in 3:10 To Yuma (2007), the outlaw Ben Wade seizes control of a gun and gains the upper hand on his captors. He immediately commands, “Drop it, Dan Evans!” indicating he considered the rancher the greatest threat in the posse.11Fascinating small detail?
Doc Brown’s bandana from Back to the Future: Part III is made from his shirt from Back to the Future: Part II.20Fascinating small detail?
Titanic inspired the poster for Brokeback Mountain01Fascinating small detail?