[quote=“Bad Lieutenant, post:1, topic:1393”]I had a hard time getting into this movie as the first thirty minutes or so were pretty boring. After this the movie got better mainly because there was more action. The plot is very weak, about a guy with amnesia who wants revenge on the guy that shot him in the back. He then learns he also has a wife, who is now an alcoholic. It’s laughable how he gets his memory back. (I won’t spoil it, but you’ll need only one guess). The action is quite alright with a more than decent body count and a lot of explosions caused by bottles filled with nitroglycerin. William Berger is of course fun to watch. Steffen’s performance… well, he showed up. Some pretty unremarkable acting as most of the time with this guy. But I rarely dislike him, which is a good thing I guess.
Version watched: German E-M-S dvd. Pretty decent quality, widescreen but slightly cropped. No crystal clear image but pretty good for such a cheapo release. Geman audio only.
Funny thing is that the German title refers to Django, but even in the German version there is not a character named Django in sight.[/quote]
Well, so’s the movie and so’s the German DVD.
Only that I think that Steffen was better in this one than usual. Great hat, this time.