13 October 2014 | Wizard-8
Good, though pacing will turn off some viewers
Although this movie stars Terence Hill and has the name "Trinity" in its title, "The Revenge Of Trinity" is not connected to the two Trinity movies Hill made with Bud Spencer. In fact, many viewers who associate Hill with light-hearted movies will be surprised that this movie is dead serious. Hill plays a much darker character than usual, and does pretty well in this role, showing he has more talent than mere comedy. While that may attract some viewers, I have a feeling that all the same many viewers will be turned off by this movie because of its extremely slow pace. Note that I didn't say BORING - just SLOW. Also, there is both very little action and very little music on display here, two big selling points for many spaghetti westerns. However, despite the slow pace and the lack of action and music, I have to admit that the movie weaves a strange compelling spell. I was interested to find out how things would be resolved. Those who are deeply into offbeat movies and spaghetti westerns will probably find this movie interesting. If not, I would strongly caution those other potential viewers that this may not be their cup of tea.