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Title: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Marco Leone on November 13, 2005, 10:07:08 AM
Great stuff!  A really enjoyable film.  I would recommend everyone looks out for this.  Its on ITV4 on Sunday 20th, a welcome addition to their SW series.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Smoker on November 13, 2005, 10:38:38 AM
Fantastic news.. keep em coming.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on November 14, 2005, 02:39:54 AM
Great,we are getting to see more than 3 movies in this SW season afterall!
I agree with Marco and Smoker that this is a really good film with an unique storyline,fine action, and a great showdown finale in a network of caves.Anyone new to this film watch out for Gian Maria Volonte's younger brother who makes an ace villain here.I'm hoping ITV4 will also shown $!0,000 Blood Money(which i don't have) in which he also stars!


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Marco Leone on November 14, 2005, 06:37:13 AM
I only have this on video at the moment "Spaghetti Western Collection series, if memory serves me right).  It was a fair while ago that I saw it, and can't remember too much about the story, but remember it being really enjoyable.

I'm hoping they can show a few that I haven't seen yet, like Tepepa and Run Man Run.  I've tried to search on the net for a full schedule, but haven't had any luck.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on November 14, 2005, 06:54:38 AM
I have the same video(in widescreen) Marco and i'm gonna try and squeeze Alex Cox's 5 minute introduction at the end of the tape on either LP or EP mode!
Nice to know that you also are still looking out for goodies!!


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: indio on November 14, 2005, 09:32:22 AM
i've never seen this one how does it rate? are their any SW regulars in it?


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Marco Leone on November 14, 2005, 01:32:13 PM
Its stars Richard Harrison, who was an actor considered to play the Clint role in Fistful of Dollars.  However, he was unable to do the part and recommended Clint to Leone.

Like Banjo said earlier, it also has Volente's brother in it,
Claudio Camaso.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on November 15, 2005, 02:35:07 AM
Yes and Harrison is obviously trying hard to be Clint in Vengeance with the poncho and the squinting.But although adequate as the hero,compared to Clint he comes across very one-dimentional,completely lacking Clints humour and is definately not cool.
Apart from Camaso there are a couple of other familiar faces to which i can't put names to!
Its not up with the classics,Indio,and if Cigar Joe saw this i'd guess he would include it on the "B" list.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Marco Leone on November 15, 2005, 10:16:55 AM
I asked over at the SWWB if anyone knows what else the series will include, and I was referred to Alex Cox's blog :

"To Almeria, in Southern Spain, to record Spaghetti Western introductions for a season of nine, screening on ITV4. We shoot in one of the three surviving Western towns - the only one still functioning as a real film location. In spite of the failure of BLUEBERRY, the French have already made another Ratatouille Western there, also based on a comic strip, the (for me) extremely un-funny LUCKY LUKE. Still, they're keeping Estudios Decorados, a.k.a. Fort Bravo, afloat - so must be enouraged.

The TV season includes some fine Spaghettis (DJANGO, DJANGO KILL, QUIEN SABE?) plus two I hadn't seen before - VENGEANCE (a.k.a. JOKO, INVOKE GOD AND DIE!) and THE BIG DUEL. The latter was directed by Giancarlo Santi, Leone's henchman, and is pretty interesting. Santi was supposed to direct DUCK YOU SUCKER! but was fired by the principal actors, Rod Steiger and James Coburn, who thought Leone had tricked them, by giving the impression he was going to direct the film himself.

After the shoot, I stay in the desert for a couple of weeks. One evening, at the refurbished Teatro Municipal in Tabernas, I see an extraordinary touring production of DON QUIXOTE - a travelling show, with only four actors, known as the Teatro de la Resistencia.

It's a fantastic production. Really funny, adventurous, and intelligent. The cast have huge, impressive stage props, deep reservoirs of energy, and keep dragging the audience on stage to play prisoners or shepherds. (Fortunately, Tod and I are sitting at the back). About 50 people, mostly kids, have shown up for the performance. Most people in town weren't aware that it was even on.

The Teatro Municipal is the old town cinema, the biggest building in the village, after the church. But nobody goes to the pictures any more, and the theatre is clearly a mystery to most of my friends here.

On my last night in town, I attempt to give blood - but am rejected! Anyone resident in the UK between 1980 and 1996 is forbidden to give blood in Europe - due to the Mad Cow virus. I tell Jose Luis, the doctor, that I'm a vegetarian, but it doesn't matter. Instead they give me a purse saying 'Donante de Sangre - Almeria' and I buy a lottery ticket.

This makes me very sad. I'm an outsider pretty much whereever I go, and I'd hoped that giving blood, like going to the theatre and drinking 10,000 gallons of red wine, might help me go native. But, thanks to Thatcher and Selwyn Gummer, I remain a marginal.

Not that matters governmental are perfect in Spain, either. The last favour the bastard Franco did Spain, apart from dying, was the installation of a monarchy. Last week we were subjected to the usual mad media hubbub because a royal brat was born. And on Friday, the Spanish supreme court declared that the head of Batasuna, the Catalan independence party, must go to prison for a year for calling the fucking King "the chief of torturers."

Apart from the fact that this is clearly true (if Juan Carlos is the head of state, then he is the torturers' nominal jefe) how, in the modern European Union, can one be put in prison just for saying things?

I talked about this to the Moroccan guy who sells me my phone cards. We both agreed that Spain is a great place. "But the laws aren't," he added. "Don't they put you in jail in England if you say something about the queen?"

"Not yet," I told him.

"You wait," he said. "They will, before long."


Helpful stuff!  The link to this blog by the way is http://prayforrain.com/coxforum/viewtopic.php?t=20


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on November 16, 2005, 05:46:50 AM
Nice one Marco and i'm looking forward to seeing (and taping)a hopefully decent print of the (uncut?) Grand Duel.Like you i only have the crummy sratched version on the 4 on 1 LVC dvd!
So theres still 4 SW's to be shown on ITV4 that we don't know the titles of yet.Hopefully they've overlooked Companeros because the missus has just ordered the dvd from the USA to make sure it gets here in time for Xmas!


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Smoker on November 16, 2005, 10:22:37 AM
Fantastic Alex Blog, Marco. Its all go for Alex Cox at the moment.

New special edition of Repo Man. Arguebly the mans finest film. Great little movie starring Harry Dean Stanton & Emilo Estevez, and a small role for Vonetta McGee from Grande Silenzio. Some of his late 90s films getting a reissue on BFI.

Has anybody seen Cox's Walker? Starring Ed Harris
(http://imagecache2.allposters.com/IMAGES/MG/210323.jpg)
Closes thing  he probably came to a Zapata Western film, with a twist. Based extremely losey on the exploites of the Docter/Lawyer turned Mercenary William Walker orchistrating a govement over throw in 19th Century Nicaragua. Has a cameo from Joe Strummer as a dishwashing rebel. The historical look is slowly engulfed with modern everydays. telephones & coke machines, helicopters. surreal movie.

Its A Bullet For The General basicly in message.  Western interfearance in 3rd world countries.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on November 16, 2005, 10:36:24 AM
I'd forgotten about the late great Joe Strummer .What a loss to the world he is!
Smoker,looks like an interesting movie!


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Marco Leone on November 18, 2005, 03:57:10 AM
Fantastic Alex Blog, Marco. Its all go for Alex Cox at the moment.

New special edition of Repo Man. Arguebly the mans finest film. Great little movie starring Harry Dean Stanton & Emilo Estevez, and a small role for Vonetta McGee from Grande Silenzio. Some of his late 90s films getting a reissue on BFI.

A particular favourite of mine!  Repo Man is in my Top Ten movies of all time.  With a classic Iggy Pop (God!) title track.  And the rest of the soundtrack is cool to, with Black Flags epic TV Party!  A really cool and kooky movie.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on November 18, 2005, 06:37:16 AM
I agree Marco,Iggy & the Stooges and the Velvet Underground rock!!!


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Marco Leone on November 18, 2005, 08:30:06 AM
Yeah i'm a big VU fan too  ;D


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on November 21, 2005, 01:52:33 AM
Excellent Alex Cox introduction ,last night,as per usual and managed to tack it onto end of my SW collection tape.I didn't stay the distance this time as version appeared to be the same as mine.
Just about to do the usual and email itv4 for more(even though i know there are another 6 to follow!).


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: lemonkey on January 02, 2006, 03:59:50 PM
Sorry only watched this yesterday as I recorded it on the PVR (which has been great for the past 9 weeks).

I was wondering was the soundtrack/audio really that bad.

There was snaps and crackles all over the place.

Plus I also remember on Django Kill whenthey showed it ... it jumps to the original italian soundtrack for about 5mins then back again.

Sorry to say though I wasn't that much keen on Vengeance, had a great villan in it which I think they could have exploited a whole lot more.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Two Kinds of ... on January 02, 2006, 10:52:10 PM
It's on the  Western Channel, letterboxed right now!


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Poggle on January 19, 2006, 07:47:16 PM
It was on a couple of nights ago on the Western Channel.

I only caught a little since I was dosing off, but I liked what I saw. I kind of like that "lonely" low budget feel of movies like that and Django/Great Silence. That main villain was kind of ridiculous though ;D

Anyone notice how they were trying to get as much shadow on the eyes of the Rocco as possible so that he could have that distinguishing "Eastwood/Nero" jawline?


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Poggle on January 22, 2006, 01:51:29 PM
Coming on Encore's The Western Channel in good ol' sexy LETTERBOX!

Tue  Jan 24  04:20A on Encore Westerns
Sat  Jan 28  12:15A on Encore Westerns


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: boardwalk_angel on April 28, 2006, 12:24:12 PM
For those of you who haven't seen it...this low budget but not bad/pretty good tale of revenge...w/ what I think is Richard Harrison's best performance..shows up on Encore Western Channel in May.
Presented correctly...in Widescreen..which Encore does occasionally..but not usually.
Good chance to catch it.

Vengeance (1968)
Directed by Antonio Margheriti. Starring Richard Harrison, Claudio Camaso, Sheyla Rosin, Lee Burton, Werner Pochath, Paolo Gozlino.

Wed  May  3  11:40P on Encore Western
Thu  May  4  03:40P on Encore Western
Tue  May  9  01:10P on Encore Western
Tue  May  9  08:00P on Encore Western
Sun  May 14  06:15P on Encore Western



Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Firecracker on April 28, 2006, 12:25:25 PM
the opening sequence alone is worth the view :o


sorry Arizona Colt. :(


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Firecracker on April 28, 2006, 01:03:52 PM
so are there any other spaghetti's that will be out during that month? they have been playing "My Name is nobody" a lot as of late.


By the way tonight they are playing one of Leone's fav westerns "Warlock". Check it out.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on April 29, 2006, 07:42:14 AM
I'm waiting for Warlock to come back on British tv :-[


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: boardwalk_angel on April 29, 2006, 07:47:09 AM
I'm waiting for Warlock to come back on British tv :-[

Does it get the proper treatment on British TV?
Encore shows it fullscreen...which greatly diminishes the movie...which was filmed in Cinemascope.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: indio on April 29, 2006, 09:42:42 AM
watched warlock the other day on dvd. it was great. by the way did you know Claudio Camaso is volante's brother.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Firecracker on April 29, 2006, 11:09:57 AM
Claudio Camaso is volante's brother.


como no chico?


 ;D
yes Of course I did.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on April 29, 2006, 11:27:31 AM
Does it get the proper treatment on British TV?
Encore shows it fullscreen...which greatly diminishes the movie...which was filmed in Cinemascope.
It gets shown on per per view sattelite to which i don't subscribe-hasn't been on terrestial tv for about 4 years :'(


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on April 29, 2006, 11:28:51 AM
watched warlock the other day on dvd. it was great. by the way did you know Claudio Camaso is volante's brother.
Yeah-although its not that obvious with the Mendosa character!


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Firecracker on April 29, 2006, 11:29:47 AM
watched warlock the other day on dvd. it was great. by the way did you know Claudio Camaso is volante's brother.

did you know Camaso mudered his girlfriend in real life?
He was either a nut-job or a jealous person.

this fact makes him even scarier then his older brother.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on April 29, 2006, 11:30:38 AM
the opening sequence alone is worth the view :o


sorry Arizona Colt. :(
Whats Arizona's prob with the opening scene-its a real eye opener!


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on April 29, 2006, 11:32:00 AM
did you know Camaso mudered his girlfriend in real life?
He was either a nut-job or a jealous person.

this fact makes him even scarier then his older brother.
That really sounds like his brother Indio in FAFDM! :o


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Firecracker on April 29, 2006, 11:32:22 AM
Whats Arizona's prob with the opening scene-its a real eye opener!

he thinks that the rope has to much slack, which is true, but it doesnt bother my viewing pleasure.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Firecracker on April 29, 2006, 11:33:29 AM
That really sounds like his brother Indio in FAFDM! :o
he was jailed and I believe he either commited suicide in jail OR just died there.


I wonder what Gian Maria Volonte thought of all that.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on April 29, 2006, 12:05:07 PM
he thinks that the rope has to much slack, which is true, but it doesnt bother my viewing pleasure.
Well he must've been viewing with a magnifiing glass because i never noticed!


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on April 29, 2006, 12:07:14 PM
he was jailed and I believe he either commited suicide in jail OR just died there.


I wonder what Gian Maria Volonte thought of all that.
Maybe these on the edge nutters make great actors.They say that Charles Manson was very talented certainly musically!


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Firecracker on April 29, 2006, 12:07:47 PM
Well he must've been viewing with a magnifiing glass because i never noticed!


No  Banjo, when the five baddies pull apart it is pretty obvious that there is no pull of the rope. But again I really dont mind. It was implied well enough to know what is going on and I think it was one of most eye gawking moments in a spag.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Firecracker on April 29, 2006, 12:10:07 PM
Maybe these on the edge nutters make great actors.They say that Charles Manson was very talented certainly musically!


most geniuses or great talents were nut-bags.

there is that saying that "there is a fine line between genius and insanity".


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Firecracker on April 29, 2006, 12:10:52 PM
All serial killers are geniuses or at least have a very high I.Q.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on April 29, 2006, 12:15:58 PM

No  Banjo, when the five baddies pull apart it is pretty obvious that there is no pull of the rope. But again I really dont mind. It was implied well enough to know what is going on and I think it was one of most eye gawking moments in a spag.
Maybe they didn't wanna fall foul of health and safety! :-[


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on April 29, 2006, 12:17:10 PM

most geniuses or great talents were nut-bags.

there is that saying that "there is a fine line between genius and insanity".
Or as Nigel Tufnel from Spinal Tap says" a fine line between stupid and clever" ;D


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Firecracker on April 29, 2006, 12:17:32 PM
Maybe they didn't wanna fall foul of health and safety! :-[

they could have tugged on the actor just a bit at least.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on April 29, 2006, 12:18:12 PM
All serial killers are geniuses or at least have a very high I.Q.
Thats why it takes  awhile for them to get caught i guess :-\


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Firecracker on April 29, 2006, 12:19:51 PM

most geniuses or great talents were nut-bags.



Look at Marlon Brando, watch "Hearts of darkness"(the making of Apocalypse Now) and try to tell me that there wasnt anything mentally wrong with the guy. Either he was a bit off or he was just an ass-hole.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Firecracker on April 29, 2006, 12:21:24 PM
Thats why it takes  awhile for them to get caught i guess :-\

I would imagine that is the case. Or all our police forces world wide are equavalent to the keystone cops :-\


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on April 29, 2006, 12:22:31 PM
Look at Marlon Brando, watch "Hearts of darkness"(the making of Apocalypse Now) and try to tell me that there wasnt anything mentally wrong with the guy. Either he was a bit off or he was just an ass-hole.
I know what you mean,very unhinged-didn't Martin Sheen have a heart attack in that movie?


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on April 29, 2006, 12:23:58 PM
I would imagine that is the case. Or all our police forces world wide are equavalent to the keystone cops :-\
Thank heavens for forensic and DNA tests nowadays!


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Firecracker on April 29, 2006, 12:24:14 PM
I know what you mean,very unhinged-didn't Martin Sheen have a heart attack in that movie?

yeah but I dont think it was due to Brando ;D


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Firecracker on April 29, 2006, 12:26:57 PM
yeah but I dont think it was due to Brando ;D


did you know Brando demanded $10,000,000 for his small part in "Superman"?
and to make matters worse, he refused to read his script and demanded cue cards to be on set so he can read off them while shooting.

****ing cue cards!!!
how outlandish!
I would have fired his fat ass right on the spot!


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on April 29, 2006, 12:27:16 PM
Its a good film but once was  enough for me-i remember the Doors The End being used in the intro-very appropiate!


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on April 29, 2006, 12:28:12 PM
did you know Brando demanded $10,000,000 for his small part in "Superman"?
and to make matters worse, he refused to read his script and demanded cue cards to be on set so he can read off them while shooting.

****ing cue cards!!!
how outlandish!
I would have fired his fat ass right on the spot!
I culdn't stand those Superman films!


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Firecracker on April 29, 2006, 12:29:07 PM
i remember the Doors The End being used in the intro-very appropiate!

yes it is. I like the song but it rambles. Morrison just doesnt know when to stop it.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Firecracker on April 29, 2006, 12:29:40 PM
I culdn't stand those Superman films!

the second one is good fun.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on April 29, 2006, 12:30:51 PM
First Doors album(The Ends is the last track) is great-i haven't heard it since i married-Mrs Banjo's a folkie!


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on April 29, 2006, 12:31:46 PM
the second one is good fun.
Just a bit lightweight for me-never liked those Marvel comics!


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Firecracker on April 29, 2006, 12:32:05 PM
First Doors album(The Ends is the last track) is great-i haven't heard it since i married-Mrs Banjo's a folkie!

well then you have a better band(or duo) to contend with.

Simon and Garfunkel.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Banjo on April 29, 2006, 12:34:39 PM
I'm not a Garfunkel fan but i like Paul Simon even if he did rip off the British folkies(as did Dylan for that matter) in the 60's!


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: The Peacemaker on December 28, 2006, 03:49:51 PM
I saw this SW recently and it was pretty good. It wasn't great, but it was certainly enjoyable.

The hero, Rocco, is your typical SW anti-hero. Not very original, but still cool.

* SPOILER *

The villain Mendoza is very original and is one of my favorite SW villains. To me, he made the movie. If it wasn't for him the movie wouldn't have been that good.

* SPOILER OVER *


Vengeance is not very original. The storyline and most of the events in the film have been done many times before, but it's still fun to watch.

I'd give it 3 out of 5.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: Arizona Colt on December 29, 2006, 05:14:47 AM
Like I said before I didn't care much for this except for Camaso's character. However, I will give this another look in the future as I missed bits here and there as I had lost interest in the film the first go 'round.


Title: Re: Vengeance - A.K.A. - Joko invoca Dio... e muori (1968)
Post by: titoli on November 18, 2008, 12:49:42 PM
Camaso a genius? hey folks, somebody here must have been drinking...
Anyway the movie is 7\10, apparently we all agree on that. There are good scenes (but how ridiculous the cascade of fake gips on Camaso's head) and Harrison is good because he acts best when he must show he has a grudge against somebody (i presume that is his natural expression). The shootings are not very imaginative, though.