I watched it and learned.
Now, let me use the blueprint of @stanton’s critique to save some time.
Well, I must say, I haven’t find a single boring scene in it. Fidanis wise, I have seen only 1 and 1/2 fidani, so I’m not that qualified to judge this, but those were a lot worse than Diamante lobo.
Yes, a great opening scene, I agree, pity, that it lasts for about 30 seconds.
I disagree on this. Why mess? It follows a certain story, yes, there are some elements that could be told better, but I didn’t have any problem knowing what’s going on.
It’s not that bad imo, there’s a lot of ideas which are imaginative. LVC’s revenge without using any weapons, just the tricks to push the enemies against themselves. The flashbacks are also interestingly directed. The relationship between kid and LVC No.1 & LVC No.2 works well for me. The 70s hairdos. Kid killing a bandit in Treasure Island fashion. Palance murdering his men.
Come on. Israeli hippies tried as hard as they could.
Yes, costumes are a bit of a letdown. But landscape is fine by me. I especially like setting in which LVC No. 1 surprises sleeping bandits.
It could be better, yes, but lousy is a bit too strong in my opinion.
Well, it’s 50/50. Some shitty, some good. Okay, maybe 60/40.
But he always walks like a zombie.
Actually, he disappears after 33 minutes. Gotcha.
Kid’s alright, didn’t mind him. I know. How surprising of me.
No. It’s wrong movie in Lee Van Cleef.
Yes, good theme, I like that too.
Oh god, I can’t believe I actually wrote all this.