I watched this one a couple of days ago with my girl (she fell asleep, but this doesn’t matter, she often does).
As Paco said, solid entertainment.
I especially liked the German dubbing. No, this time it’s not the usual nonsense fun-dub, but it’s still unbelievable!
It maybe is the cheapest dubbing ever made.
First of all it uses like two or three speakers. Two for the men and one for the women. I think it is like that, because all the voices more or less sound the same.
Then there are the sounds and noises. I assume they’re the product of an onld-school sound maker, who carries all he needs for his job in an old suitcase (I know this profession from German kid’s TV). You don’t even have to listen carwefully to identify the old sound man, because there are so few noises. Only one or two main sounds can be heard, the rest is silence.
Of course, because of all that, there is hardly any music in the movie. This would have been far too complicated. You can only hear music when no-one is talking - in some riding scenes. When the spoken word is about to come, the music fades out and the sterile dub-sound enters the stage.
For me this was highly entertaining!!!
Ergo, I can highly recommend this flick in the German dubbing!!!