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The Fight Before Christmas [DVD]
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While their Ma (Ruth Buzzi) frets about a Christmas family reunion, estranged bounty-hunter brothers Travis (Terence Hill) and Moses (Bud Spencer) sniff around the idea of re-teaming. Whereas Travis risks his life freeing desperadoes like Sam Stone from the hangman's noose to insure their gratitude as a future annuity, Moses divides his time between raising a large clan and rounding up outlaw gangs. Mistrusting his goof-off brother, Moses is too tempted by a record-breaking reward not to accept Travis's assistance in tracking the very same Sam Stone. THE FIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS is the last pairing of Terence Hill and Bud Spencer, who appeared in many films together including "They Call Me Trinity," "Trinity Is Still My Name," "Boot Hill,"" Odds And Evens" and "Miami Supercops."
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Hill simply reprises the wacky characters he played in the Trinity films and the well known "My Name Is Nobody", that he co-starred in with Hollywood legend Henry Fonda. Both the stars were starting to get a bit long in the tooth, with Bud approaching his mid sixties. They play two brothers who attempt to see their mother on Christmas day, but this does not prove so easy as they get sidetracked with both robbers and the law. The film is basically an excuse for mostly badly misfiring offbeat humour. There is an awful lot of unconventional fisticuffs and general falling about. Perhaps most odd is the boys mother who is a dead ringer for the 'wicked witch of the east'. The films Christmas theme is aimed at a family audience and its slapstick approach may appeal to younger watchers......errrr....but I doubt it! They will be too busy playing computer games! The film contains a rocking chair scene that is very original and very funny, but perhaps not worth buying the film for. You can't really criticise the enthusiasm of the cast and the stuntmen who earned their bread, but unfortunately they can't save this one as a contender for a golden turkey. This is the spaghetti western in its last death throes! If you are brave enough to buy it look out for the unusual Christmas tree! Two stars for the rocking chair scene and because it is a western!
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