A legendary poker playing outlaw, Triggerman, arrives to town for the wildest gambling tournament this side of the west. As the tournament begins he'll get caught up in a violent showdown ...
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A legendary poker playing outlaw, Triggerman, arrives to town for the wildest gambling tournament this side of the west. As the tournament begins he'll get caught up in a violent showdown as bandits try to cheat their way to the finals. With his hand on the trigger this outlaw won't let anything come between him and his winning hand.Written by
Elizabeth Obermeier, Marketing Manager
As a longtime Terence Hill fan...stay away from this movie!
If you plan on watching Triggerman because you loved Hill's performance from back in the day with sidekick Bud Spencer or even his solo work -- then you might want to skip this movie. First off, this is not a comedy although it has some humorous scenes. The acting is very bad from all involved -- except Hill who manages to hold the entire movie together somehow with his mere presence. The story is rather lame and drags on at a snails pace. Also, the cinematography is not the best for a Western themed movie. Every thing has that "new look" that doesn't fit with the rather dusty environment that most Westerns are known for. The problem with the voice acting is that everyone in this movie sounds like they are from Malibu or San Francisco circa 2011. And when we do hear an appropriate accent, it sounds forced.
If you saw the prequel and loved it, then you might like Triggerman. If not, watch at your own risk.
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