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It's barely okay, even for what it is. Some of the sequences were quite nicely shot, but most of the dialogue felt a bit dreary and the overall plot is quite thin and predictable.
If you like "so bad it's good" types of films, it almost qualifies.
"Dis perdona...Yo No" es un excelente y violento Spaghetti Western y quizás la mejor cinta protagonizada por la dupleta conformada por Bud Spencer y Terence Hill (de hecho, es su primera colaboración juntos). Esta historia acerca de un bribón llamado Cat (Hill) que se une con un rudo investigador de una aseguradora (Spencer) para buscar el oro producto de un cruento robo a un tren a cargo de un villano amanerado (un excelente Frank Wolff) tiene todo lo que se puede pedir: codicia, traición, maldad, tiroteos, torturas y demás delicias del genero. Esta es una descarga de testosterona sucia, salvaje e imperdible.
Frank Wolff gives a truly creepy and inspired performance as the big bad, Dead Man Bill San Antonio. Between the perfectly curved red lines of his beard, he mugs and pouts like a real tight psycho. At first I worried that his Dead Man would come off too campy and hard to look at, but he embodies dangerous menace perfectly. While Terence Hill's Pretty Face is sun burnt and dust coated for most of the movie, taking a page from the Franco Nero rule book, the intensity of his baby blues are sharpened by the filthy realism of flesh in the desert. Poor Bud Spencer does not have a lot to do in this one, but does get to carry some stuff around like a mule and sock a few people with his ham paws. Pretty tightly plotted too, for a no script spagett western.
A gunslinger and a insurance worker set out to uncover a gold heist which left every passenger on the train transporting the loot dead. I am not really a fan of Terence Hill and the plot is all over the place. There also is no quality score and shoot outs are minimum. Sadly the best thing about this flick is its quality title.
A gunslinger and a insurance worker set out to uncover a gold heist which left every passenger on the train transporting the loot slaughtered. I am not really a fan of Terence Hill and the plot is all over the place. There also is no quality score and shoot outs are minimum. Sdly the best thing about this flick is its quality title.
Italian western with Bud Spencer and Terence Hill starring. The first half is not fast moving enough but its quite frankly boring and rather hard to follow. Not enough fighting or shooting for my taste. Hardly no plot at all. The story doesn't flow with enough pace. The end of the film gets better, but it turns out rather mediocre. Spencer and Hill try enough, but the film doesn't reach the level of their better westerns such as the Trinity-films. The film is dubbed, and all the 'blood' is clearly tomato sauce or red paint.
The script is more elaborate than usual for a spaghetti western but there is still a big problem of rhythm. It's nice to see Terence Hill and Bud Spencer acting seriously for a change though.
Aside from a very well made opening sequence, this was a bore. The conflict between Hill and Wolff is never well developed, there's not enough background to their grudge. There's no particular visual style going on here. overall just for fans of Hill and Spencer, who seem to hold this one rather too high.
The title alone makes this one memorable, but truthfully this film is a great example of what the Spaghetti western genre was all about. Beautiful landscapes, memorable characters, doublecrosses, violent shootouts and a really fun plot is what this film offers. God Forgives...I dont is the first pairing of Bud Spencer and Terence Hill. The duo later went on to make a series of famous spaghetti western comedies. But this one isnt one of them. This is the first film in a trilogy of films known as the Colizzi Trilogy. And after this great first entry i cant wait to see the other two.