Watched a really cool movie over the weekend: The Good, the Bad, the Weird.
It's kind of like the title would imply: An homage to the famous Sergio Leone spaghetti western, but set in Manchuria during the 1930s rather than the American Southwest during the 1860s. There are Mausers and Japanese army troops and Walthers and horseback bandits and Webleys and train robberies and motorcycles with sidecars and explosions and they don't spare the ammunition either, let me tell you. Plus, it never takes itself too seriously; it's a fun movie, like a more violent Raiders of the Lost Ark.
Unless you just absolutely cannot handle subtitles, you have got to see this.