Ace High

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"Nobody beats Caco at his own game, because even if you lose!"
  • PG-13
  • 1968
  • 2 hr 2 min
  • 6.5  (4,675)

In the 1968 film "Ace High," Terence Hill plays Cat Stevens, a man seeking revenge against the three men who wronged him in the past. Alongside Hill is Bud Spencer as Hutch Bessy, a former sheriff who joins Stevens in his quest for vengeance. Eli Wallach rounds out the trio as Thomas, a con man who becomes embroiled in their plot. The film opens with Cat Stevens being cheated out of a large sum of money by Roy King (Wallach) and his accomplices. Despite his attempts to get his money back, Stevens is left empty-handed and humiliated. Years later, Stevens is released from prison and sets out to track down King and his associates. Along the way, he meets Hutch Bessy, the former sheriff of El Paso, who is also seeking revenge against King for personal reasons.

The two men ultimately team up and, with the help of Thomas, hatch a plan to steal a shipment of gold from King's heavily-guarded train. The plan is complicated by a number of obstacles, including King's slippery and cunning nature, but the trio remains determined to bring him down.

As the plot unfolds, viewers are treated to a thrilling mix of action, humor, and drama. The chemistry between Hill and Spencer is undeniable, and their witty banter and impressive physical prowess make for some of the film's most entertaining scenes. Wallach, meanwhile, gives a nuanced and complex performance as the untrustworthy Roy King, adding a layer of depth to the film's main antagonist.

The film's action sequences are also a highlight, with a number of impressive stunts and shootouts that keep viewers on the edge of their seats. From tense standoffs on a moving train to a shootout in a dusty town, the film delivers plenty of excitement and thrills.

Despite its focus on revenge and violence, "Ace High" also has a surprisingly poignant message about the power of forgiveness and the importance of letting go of the past. Through Stevens and Bessy's journeys, the film explores the notion of redemption and the idea that even those who have committed terrible wrongs can be given a chance to make things right.

Overall, "Ace High" is a classic spaghetti western that boasts a talented cast, thrilling action sequences, and an engaging storyline. Fans of the genre are sure to find plenty to enjoy in the film's unique blend of humor, drama, and action.

Ace High is a 1968 western with a runtime of 2 hours and 2 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.5.

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    6.5  (4,675)