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Peter Berrett
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From: Victoria, Australia
Registered: Nov 2000


 - posted 10-12-2002 09:43 PM      Profile for Peter Berrett   Author's Homepage   Email Peter Berrett   Send New Private Message       Edit/Delete Post 

I found this sequel to They Call Me Trinity to be slightly better than the original.

The scene where the two guys dine at a chic French restaurant is a classic and may have inspired a similar scene in The Blues Brothers some years later.

The theme music is not classic western but the lushness of the music suits the film.

I continually find Bambino's disgruntlement with his half brother to be a source of laughs and the slapstick violence works well.

The running joke about the two at first trying to rob, and then helping a travelling family works well. These two are seriously inept criminals.

If you enjoyed the first film (and I did) you will enjoy the second more and there is a lot of memorable comedy here.

cheers Peter



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