Starring and directed by Marlon Brando, One-Eyed Jacks (1961) has to be the best emo western ever made. In the film, he plays Rio, a jilted bandit hell-bent on getting revenge—the object of his ire being his old partner, Dad (Karl Malden). Rio's daddy issues are compounded when he finally tracks down his target only to fall in love with Dad's step-daughter, Luisa (Pina Pellice). As is customary with Rio, he tells lies to curry her favor and then broods up a storm when it's time to come clean. In it's day, One-Eyed Jacks was considered a bloated, over-budget fiasco, but a new restoration from Criterion reveals a soulful Western with a wild spirit.