Sergio Leone classic has some sex, violence, sexual violence. Teens and up!
"For a Few Dollars More" is a western by master-of-the-genre, Sergio Leone.
Being part of the "Dollar trilogy" (a series of western movies by Sergio Leone, starring Clint Eastwood), you need to know that you don't need to see "Fistful of Dollars" or "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" in order to follow this movie.
But if you have seen the others, you know what to expect:
Unusual cinematography, superb music by Ennio Morricone and a cool western scenery. "For a Few Dollars More" is exactly what you can call a well-made movie. It is nearly perfect, featuring memorable scenes, such as the hat-shootout, and fitting music. A very interesting villain with an even more interesting background story, and two sly protagonists on a neck-and-neck race make this a superb movie, with superb characters.
Like the other works of Sergio Leone, this movie was a strong influence on the entire western genre. The theme music became as famous as the movie itself, and is very catchy.
In conclusion, "For a Few Dollars More" may be a step behind "Once Upon a Time in the West", but still is a very good western movie!
As for the age restriction, you need to know that there are many, many shootings, like we know from western movie.
Thematic elements including the villain raping a woman, but as you can see on my and CSM's recommended age, the sexual activity is not explicit. They are clothed and it is not graphic - it is quite possible that this goes above younger viewer's heads. I recommend this for viewers 12 and up, it really is not a graphic movie.