Carambola's Philosophy: In the Right Pocket (1975)

  |  Comedy, Western

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The U.S. Army and a bunch of gangsters are in search of a motorbike equipped with a Gatling gun, which was stolen by two notorious rogues Trinity & Carambola.


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8 April 2007 | ccmiller1492
| Nonsensical and tedious.....
Nonsensical and tedious, slapstick but unfunny, this film is sheer torture to sit through. Although Smith, and most certainly Cantafora, are likable and engaging performers, the incoherent script and rambling nonsense doesn't give sufficient cause to exhibit any of their talent. Folco Lulli, a great character actor, is wasted in a cameo role. Both silly and boring, I found myself eagerly awaiting the end of this time waster which makes "The Dukes of Hazzard" look like Shakespeare in comparison. To be fair, it may play better in its original language but there is no doubt that it is deadly in English. Ironically, the ending itself is genuinely funny and was the only enjoyable part of the film. Unless you're a fan of interminable stupidity it would be wise to pass on this one.

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Comedy | Western


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22 February 1975



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