There are two very distinctly, different places in this country: the north, and the damn south. There really is nothing specific we can say to describe the wild, wild west: you just have to experience it for yourself (or at least see it). Sometimes known as the stereotypical “American” start to film, western flicks have certainly made a giant impact on cinema and pop culture. Although each and every single western film has its fill on southern charm and crazy charisma, we have successfully narrowed our list down to our top 7 favorite (you won’t BELIEVE what flick comes in first!). So kick your spurs up and enjoy!

7) The Lone Ranger

The newest movie on our list, we’ve decided to kick off our top wild west films with the newly released, “The Lone Ranger”. Johnny Depp and Helena Bonham Carter always make a fabulous team, and this flick is no exception. It’s funny, thrilling, and we enjoy the different colors and settings on the screen. Definitely a film to see before it goes out of theaters.

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  • Val

    You forgot Magnificent Seven, way way better classic action western than lone ranger and django unchained

  • Jacob McCandles

    What about anything by John Wayne? Big Jake, The Cowboys, Rio Bravo, Red River, El Dorado? The most iconic Western movies of all time, from the most iconic Western actor of all time.

  • Kelsey

    My god this list sucks!What is a “western” list without John Wayne!Are you f*cking kidding me?!The True Grit remake doesn’t count as a John Wayne movie either.

  • Leann

    3:10 to Yuma

  • Richard

    What no Brokeback Mountain?