One of the early post-Trinity films from Terence Hill and Bud Spencer will feel a bit overlong to many fans, but contains scenes of enduring interest for this comedy duo. Along with a few of the (required) fight scenes with Spencer/Hill vs. the bad guys, fans are treated to a fight between the two stars (who will win??). The "boys" have a really fun billiards-playing sequence. Hill sets up a great jailbreak at Spencer's expense, etc. On the unusual side is that many scenes are played straight, with some intended dramatic value, instead of the comedy we expect. The script is leisurely and the setting will be unfamiliar to most fans. In my opinion, this can all be gotten used to, and the film then holds up as a weaker but acceptable opus for Hill/Spencer fans. Non-fans should probably watch the Trinity films first, since much of the fun here only comes from previous familiarity with the two stars.