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Terrible enjoyable entertainment for the bad taste
One of the "you must see them to believe it"-movies. Written probably by drunkards, played by over-actors, seen by fanatics (other viewers turned off the screen after 5-7 minutes). Very bad, very funny, very crappy. A mess how low Francisci went down the line. Robert Malcolm, playing Sinbad, has made a very bad Spaghetti Western, Arturo Dominici and Franco Fantasia have never been wasted more than here; Spartaco Conversi is in his normal form (i.e. playing a bearded character speaking mysteriously). The belly dances mostly have more belly than dance, and the rest of the thing disappears in the plot holes. To make it short, a must-see-picture.
Horror Safari (1982)
Unbelievable bad film
If you love to see a group of people tenting in the director's garden and walking from the east end of it to the south end, whilst the voice-over mumbles about myriads of mosquitos, the green hell and the sultriness of the jungle; if you generally love to hear the action instead of seeing it; if you like totally senseless dialogue, the worst acting you can imagine (and, yes, I've seen a lot of them Stuart Whitman and Edmund Purdom films), alligators in the Philippines, minute-long table dance scenes without any relation to the story, a gory beginning and slow-motion falls into the "abyss" (ca. 2,50 metres): THIS IS YOUR FILM. Oh, and yes, Laura Gemser is getting undressed. (That's what I gave the point for).
Per pochi dollari ancora (1966)
Above average, "American" SW
Here's a very entertaining film: Unusual (for an SW) story-line, not a revenge, but a "savior" story, loads of familiar faces, good and vehement action, solid acting. The sets are nice, the girl's named "Breastfull" - go and see this one.
Piazza pulita (1973)
Tony Anthony had the idea, produced, stars and - it's a very good film! He's talking about ten times as much in the first fifteen minutes as in all other films with him together - and while the credits roll, he shows us more facial reactions, too. Some unpleasant scenes make you shiver, and the last 20 minutes are full of powerful pictures nearly without dialogue. Don't know about the English dubbing my fellow commentarist notices, the German one is okay. Papas, Stander and Conte only have guest roles, right, but Celi is adorable and Lucretia Love a pleasure to see. Recommended for those who want to see more Tony Anthony suffering.
Cop Target (1990)
So....what's the point?
I watched this, and I couldn't escape the bad bad ff key sometimes. Slow introduction, bad motivation, characters changing without any explanation, Ginty looking suspicious, a cat-feeding machine is featured, Napier is wasted, Franco Fantasia - good to see he's well and alive saves a point - what is this about? An action film without action, a suspense movie without a clue. A mess.
Il cavaliere dai cento volti (1960)
Great fun in this film, that takes itself not too seriously at all; and featuring a perfect misanthropic father, a suitable shy daughter, the old family feud caused by misunderstanding, a gorgeous Liana Orfei, pretty ideas and a Livio Lorenzon you love to hate once more. Watch for Nello Pazzafini in one of his earliest roles (for 3 seconds he can be seen as one of Lorenzon's man at the feast, being beaten with a pitchfork). Barker is not too fading, too.
A gem! This is in my SW Top Ten now!
This is really worth watching: Excellent cast (pity Salerno and Venantini didn't do more Western), good story, turns and twists, fine camera work (no wonder: Dallamano has control). Brilliant opening scene. Highly recommended.
Mysterious stranger helps bandits out of trouble to take revenge on their boss who killed his family earlier
Underrated mystery western with Kinski as gangster boss in big form, that means near to explosion in every minute of the story. First forty minutes take place at one setting, a post office station / boarding house and bear high tension.