Three Amigos!


Comedy / Western

IMDb Rating 6.5 10 67,498


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Chevy Chase as Dusty Bottoms
Rebecca Ferratti as Señorita Kissing Ned
Steve Martin as Lucky Day
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944.87 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
104 min
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1.9 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
104 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by aah35 7 / 10 / 10

Underrated, Underappreciated, and Misunderestimated

5 reasons to love this film: 1. The sight of Ned Nederlander (Martin Short) telling the incomprehensible, self-indulgent story of when he met Dorothy Gish ("you know, Lillian's sister") to a bunch of patient, albeit bored Mexican kids. 2. Lucky Day (Steve Martin) trying to get his buddies' attention as they break into the studio--progressing from an owl's soft "hoo" to a crowing "LOOKUPHERE...LOOKUPHERE" 3. The opening song and Elmer Bernstein's great score (he also scored the classic comedies "Animal House" and "Stripes") 4. The Three Amigos singing "My Little Buttercup" in a Mexican cantina 5. The Amigos fighting back tears as Lucky Day informs his buddies that, in fact, they have been summoned not to perform, but actually to fight the evil El Guapo--Martin Short's tearful line, "Why am I in Mexico?" is hilarious, almost as funny as Steve Martin's follow-up, "I've been shot already!" This is an intelligent comedy, one that pokes fun not only at the mythology of the Hollywood western, but at Hollywood itself. The three Amigos is a delight to watch, and a great addition to any family's film collection.

Reviewed by Josef Tura-2 10 / 10 / 10

Extremely Underrated

This is an homage to many old comedies: Old jokes, Silent movie plot lines. It's like a Laurel and Hardy film that was never made. The movie is the joke. Much like Blazing Saddles or Young Frankenstein. I don't know why more people don't get the joke and rate this movie higher. As it is, it is definitely underrated.

Reviewed by sean-haydock 10 / 10 / 10

"Together, we raped the Horses and rode-off on the Women"

This is the level of humour you'll find throughout the movie. It's an ironic twist on the Western cliché with a story based on The Magnificent Seven. The recently out-of-work 3 Movie-Stars are unwittingly employed as bona-fide gun-slingers. They find themselves out-numbered 5:1 by the infamous ("More than Famous, He's In-Famous!"), El Guapo (Alfonso Arau) and his Banditos. This impossible situation is soon turned around by quick thinking (Girl A:"I like the one who is not so clever". Girl B:"Which one is that?") and lots of sewing... yes, I said "sewing"! If you listen to this movie closely, you'll pick-up on a lot of humour that would otherwise be lost.

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