Two Gangsters in the Wild West
In the late 1800's, Sicilians Franco and Ciccio are serving 20 years of prison for stealing two mules, when they are helped to escape by an American who says he is a friend of their grandfathers, who were killed in Texas by a gang of bandits who wanted to take over their gold mine. The two friends travel to America to take posses of the gold mine, but they soon discover that they are not the only ones who want it.
- Stars:Franco Franchi, Ciccio Ingrassia, Fernando Sancho, Aroldo Tieri, Hélène Chanel, Mimmo Poli, Ana Casares, Aldo Giuffrè, Adriano Micantoni, Luis Peña, Félix Dafauce, Alfredo Rizzo, Vittorio Bonos, Ignazio Spalla, José Torres,
- Country:Spain, Italy
- Director:Giorgio Simonelli,
- Writer:Marcello Ciorciolini (screenplay), Marcello Ciorciolini (story), Giorgio Simonelli (story)
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(it) wrote: A good story, asks genuine questions, and performed fairly well.
(fr) wrote: i had watched this when it first came out in 96. i remembered i didn't care for it, but forgot why i didn't, so i watched it again on bbc the other nite. the first time roberts openned her mouth, i remembered. her irish accent was probably the worst i ever heard, but she still acted the part adequately- which means the director is the one at fault here and why he never made it. a director's job is to look past the 'star-power' and focus on the work itself. this, obviously, did not happen. any director worth the butter on your popcorn, would have seen the first daily, and could have tastefully told roberts that the accent wasn't working. the accent was totally self-indulging and had nothing to do with the story anyway- who cared if her character was from ireland- no one else in the cast was. this may seem like a trivial criticism but when most every line she spoke, reminded u of the hoax, it became important. and as to the director who was obviously overcome by roberts' 'star-power', buy a ticket like the rest of us if your fantasies were too close to coming to life.
(mx) wrote: lol That scene when the son finds out that his wife's baby is black.: HILARIOUS!
(es) wrote: To be honest, this movie would join The Birds at the bottom of my list of Hitchcock films - though still interesting in many ways, it's one of his least engaging and entertaining movies. It deals with the sort of subject matter he had dealt with before, murder and general nastiness, but this time in much more graphic detail and much less suspense and with far less appealing characters. It's not that the performances are bad per se - they're good for what they're meant to be, but Jon Finch is simply no Jimmy Stewart, and Barry Foster is simply no Anthony Perkins. The movie-star charm is gone, for better or worse. Well, Perkins wasn't a star exactly, but he was a terrifically weird and yet charming presence as Norman Bates in Psycho. The movie is arguably doing something different than Hitchcock's earlier films - Tania Modelski, for example, provides an interesting reading, and Adam Lowenstein a strong defense - but speaking as an audience member rather than a scholar for a moment, this one just isn't as satisfying as most of his other films.
(us) wrote: Very pretentious filmmaking. Charlie Countryman is a perfect example of a failed experiment trying to be "avant-garde".
(ru) wrote: Spike Lee has completely lost it...
(ca) wrote: Beautiful indie flick with a lovely performance from Blythe Danner. Also the chemistry between her and Sam Elliot was sensational. Sam Elliot, Malin Akerman, and June Squibb lend great support with their performances.
(nl) wrote: Festive film with an out of place Arnie