Odds and Evens (1978)
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The big time duo from Spahetti Western wrapped in humor as ¨They call me Trinity ¨ and its following as ¨Trinity is still my name¨ and ¨Trouble makers¨ were run out and then they're transfered to Police and action genre . As they played the Miami series which are set in Florida , such as ¨Miami Supercops¨, ¨Crime Busters¨, and ¨Superfuzz¨ . As the picture shows typical images from Miami as the usual Florida swamps with the ordinary motorboats , the Acuarium with Orcas , and various habitual sports as , the Pelotari play , old race cars , paddock with rider races , among others . At Europe these movies are shown on TV very frequently and are part of growing up on children and adolescents , however in USA are quite unknown . They're plenty of humor and based on diverse personality and physical differences among them . This one packs silly comedy , tongue in cheek, slapstick and the habitual struggles neither blood , nor violence, besides including some pursuits . Average cinematography and lousy musical score composed by synthesizer is made by the usuals Guido and Mauricio De Angelis . The motion picture is regularly directed by Sergio Corbucci who was an expert on Spaghetti Western, such as he proved in ¨Django¨,¨The Mercenarios¨,¨Compañeros¨,¨Minessota Clay¨,¨Ringo and the golden gun¨,¨Hellbenders¨, among them. Furthermore he realized Hill and Spencer vehicles as ¨Who finds a friend has a treasure¨ with Salvatore Borghese who also plays in ¨Gambling for high stakes¨ as a mobster , and ¨Superfuzz¨ . The film is absolutely hilarious for Hill and Spencer enthusiasts and ranks among their less famous but most representative ones ; a must see for all their fans. Rating : Mediocre but entertaining
I laughed alot at this movie! Especially when it showed Bud Spencer dressed up as a baby! I nearly died when I saw that!
It was good but not one of Terence and Bud's best comedies! I suggest you one of these: Crimebusters, All the way boys, Watch out, Were mad! or their most famous film "They Call me Trinity".
The film features plenty of scenes involving the different things that can be gambled on. Hill gets to take part in various sports while later on the usual run of card games is played out. These are quite superficially done and just seem to be an excuse to get the guys involved in lots of the fun, brawling action scenes that they did so well. Corbucci is a master at choreographing these and they're constantly funny even if the rest of the material is quite average. Hill and Spencer display their usual likable charm and the familiar faces of Sal Borgese, Luciano Catenacci, and others appear too.