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Una spada per Brando (1970)

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14 May 1970 (Italy)  »

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Djævleligaen  »

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Strange Genre Mix
10 June 1999 | by (Canterbury, England) – See all my reviews

This is a very uneven mixture of elements of various film genres - a bit of Adventure, a bit of Horror, a bit of Romance, and quite a bit of Comedy. The bad guys really look frightening with their death masks, alas they get beaten up in virtually any fight they enter. The fight scenes are throughout comical, choreographed quite similar to the way Bud Spencer and Terence Hill would conduct their fisticuffs in the coming decade. Some of the genre combinations just do not gel: the heroism of the male lead gets seriously undermined by the comedy which also clashes with the horror elements. For example, when the male lead is about to have one of his eyes poked out by one of the death-masked men (in a scene resembling the "Do you want me to talk?" scene from Goldfinger) he's saved by one of his sidekicks throwing a segment of a brickwall at the baddie.

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