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Preparati la bara! (Django, Prepare a Coffin) Reviews

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January 2, 2017
Surprisingly decent spaghetti western. It's one of the better imitations of the original.
½ November 27, 2016
Very underrated; Terrence Hill was a great Django, and the score by Gianfranco Reverberi is one of my absolute favourites.
January 10, 2016
Nimellä:" Viva Django"
October 11, 2015
Fleapit Spaghetti Western Cinema at it's best Terrance Hill is brilliant as Django in this semi official sequel,full of action with an easy to follow plot ideal late night viewing with an ice cold beer.
March 2, 2015
Django, Prepare a Coffin is really good spaghetti western with great music and action.
August 30, 2014
Originally Released As Viva Django Internationally, Prepare A Coffin Is A Suitable Sequel To The 1966 Original. This Somewhat Semi-Official Sequel Acts As A Prequel, And Has Original Django Screenwriter Franco Rossetti On Hand. The Film Was Also Set To Star Franco Nero Reprising His Role From The Original. Nero Was Later Replaced By Terrence Hill, When Nero Was Offered A Role In The Hollywood Film Camelot. George Eastman And Horst Frank Co-Star As The Villains And Give Some Great Performances. The Film Follows Django, Who Works As A Hangman Faking The Deaths Of Convicted Felons Who Have Been Framed. Using The Men Who He Saved Decides To Build A Gang, To Go After The Corrupt Politician, Who Ordered The Execution Of Him And His Wife Five Years Earlier. Django Is Out For Revenge And His Coffin Has Been Prepared. An Entertaining Prequel To The 1966 Classic, In Which The Plot Conflicts With The Original Classic, But Once You Ignore This Basic Mistake, Your In For An Enjoyable Ride As Django Gets His Revenge In A Dark And Satisfying Way As He Prepare's His Coffin.
August 4, 2014
½ July 22, 2013
Hill ei ole mikään Franco Nero mutta hoitaa homman kuitenkin tyylillä. Ei mikään klassikko spagu mutta varsin mainio kuitenkin.
½ July 13, 2013
130712: Though it's always good to see Terrance Hill, this is not one of his better films. It's ok but that's it.
January 30, 2013
This version of Django is pretty good. At the beginning i was wondering what the hell was going on. It wasn't entirely clear who Django was, or what kind of work he was doing for the politician. In fact i found some of it pretty hard to follow, i was wondering what the whole Garcia thing was about...but nevermind, all was clear at the end. I must admit the fighting kicked off not two minutes into it and the sound FX of the punches are hilarious! Actually all of the fighting scenes were pretty funny. I also just LOVE that striped suit Lucas was wearing too. There are some good scenes here but for some of the film there's talking about things that personally i didn't know what they were going on about towards the final. Anyway, i loved the soundtrack (not just the theme tune) and although this revenge tale is a bit confusing (for me) I really enjoyed it and the coffin w/ machine gun! What a badass!
January 14, 2013
Terence Hill, he of the beautiful eyes, makes an excellent Django. Here, Django is hired as an executioner by a crooked politician who was responsible for the death of his wife. Django sets about faking the hangings of the locals (who have been framed so that said politician can, as The Wurzels would say, get his hands on their land) and enlisting them to take their (and his) revenge. But things don't go according to plan (I mean, really, do they ever?) and greed gets in the way. Tightly scripted and well-acted for the most part, this film breezes along. The scene where the saloon (and a particularly nasty and narcissistic piece of work called Lucas) catches fire is splendid. The west looks uncharacteristically verdant but the splash of colour is quite a pleasing distraction. And the music was sampled heavily (or, if you prefer, ripped off) on "Crazy" by Gnarls Barkley.
July 11, 2012
An archetype for the genre--A neat and engrossing spaghetti Western!!
½ July 10, 2012
Good s-western and probably one of the better of the many unofficial Django sequels. A young Terrence Hill does a good job as Django this time around. The story is decent, the action is solid, but it is lacking the quality of a Leone or Corbucci western.
Super Reviewer
October 28, 2011
Not a bad SW, with some nice surprises here and there, even if the basis of the story is SW 101. Hill is clearly limited trying to be a Nero clone, the always reliable Horst Frank plays a solid bad guy. You will mostly remember the theme song instead of the movie itself, but it's not a bad way to kill 2 hrs.
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