Trinity Is Still My Name

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IMDb Rating 7.3 10 12,488

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April 1, 2019

Director

Cast

Bud Spencer as Bambino
Harry Carey Jr. as Taxi Driver
Terence Hill as Trinità
720p.BLU
973.75 MB
1280*720
English
NR
23.976 fps
117 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Ben_Thayer_Dunnethaedt 7 / 10 / 10

I couldn't disagree more, completely hilarious

As my title suggests, I couldn't disagree more with the previous poster. It's entirely possible that the reviewer confused this picture with the previous Trinity outing, "They Call Me Trinity", which does not compare to the sequel whatsoever. With "Trinity is Still My Name" they were firing on all four cylinders. This film is the quintessential parody of the spaghetti western, with some of the dirtiest, filthiest ant-heroes ever depicted. When this film was in its original theatrical run in the early 70's, it created a *huge* stir...young and old came unglued equally over the many "over-the-top" versions of the classic western scene. The slapstick gags were spot on, and Terrence Hill moves from scene to scene with a rogue-ish charm that breathes life into the character of Trinity. Bud Spence's understated performance rounds out the cast, and his lethargic, deadpan delivery mixes well with Hill's enthusiasm. The two actors teamed in several films, but this would be their best work. The film is highly visual, and Trinity himself is an extremely humorous character with his use of many outlandish contraptions such as the lounge-chair saddle. The supporting cast also provide a good bit of the humor throughout. Characters such as the family with the "windy" baby, and the one bad guy who loses his mind after receiving one of Bambino's massive head blows come to mind. Scene after scene parodies many of the classic western clichés, from card games to gunfights, all including the trademark Trinity "twist". This film is definitely not academy award material whatsoever, but if you're looking for good slapstick fun with plenty of tongue-in-cheek humor you won't be disappointed.

Reviewed by ma-cortes 9 / 10 / 10

Sequel in which Terence Hill and Bud Spencer team up again as the brave brothers

This comedy/Western follow-up concerns about Terence Hill and Bud Spencer , two bandits half-brothers who attempt to rob a family but finish protecting them . They'll fight against shady baddies and corrupt landowners and will find shelter in a monastery where disguise themselves as friars. The formula about ¨They call me Trinity¨ deals to enhance the comics remarks of the western/parody sub-genre originated on the 1960s decade with directors as Burt Kennedy and Andrew McLagen and adding the references to Spaghetti Western model that was in real decadence . The humor is continuous though sometimes grossed-out , laughters are based on physical differences and diverse personalities regarding both protagonists ; once upon terminated the Western formula is transfered to other genres as oriental adventures , policemen or action . The comedy is developed by means of successive struggles without blood , neither guts , nor cruel killings . The choreographic fights are slights and clean , no crude violence , nor gore , predominating the parody and irony . The film isn't always good , sometimes is fresh and diverting and on a couple of memorable occasions , it's frankly delicious . This fun , sympathetic movie is crammed of fist-fights , punches , kicks , knocks-outs , overwhelming stunt-work and lots of humor . Terence Hill plays as a rascal and likable gunslinger with fast-gun and Bud Spencer as a corpulent , grumpy and two-fisted hunk man but with good-heart , besides in the support cast appears the veteran Harry Carey Jr interpreting the daddy , he's regular of the maestro John Ford . This delightful spoof of the Spaghetti Western with our unlikely heroes achieved enough smash-hit , as well as the original film . And twenty and some years later was realized a third part : ¨The fight before Christmas¨ or ¨Troublemakers¨ but didn't obtain success and was a real flop . The 'Trinity and Bambino' times had passed and the 'Fagioli Western' sub-genre had deceased . Rating : Average but amusing and entertaining .

Reviewed by Rainey-Dawn 9 / 10 / 10

A Perfect Sequel

A great sequel to the film series. Trinity and Bambino are back in another humors adventure. The laughs did not stop with the first film - they flowed right into this second film. This is spaghetti western at it's finest - or should I say funniest? Well worth watching if you liked "They Call Me Trinity". I appreciate good comedy films and I will tell you the Trinity saga is well worth watching. And this is coming from someone who does not like most western films. If you enjoyed the first two films in the Trinity series then you must see "My Name is Nobody" (the third film) because it is just as funny as the first two films. -- NOTHING LOST! 9.5/10

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