Comin' at Ya!

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"3-D! It's Back! It's Bigger! It's Better! And it's... Comin' At Ya!"
  • R
  • 1981
  • 5.2  (631)

Comin’ at Ya! is a 1981 spaghetti western film directed by Ferdinando Baldi and produced by Tony Anthony. The movie stars Anthony in the lead role along with Gene Quintano and Victoria Abril. The film was released in 3D and was one of the first 3D movies to be released in the 1980s. The movie is considered to be a cult classic among western movie fans.

The movie tells the story of H.H. Hart (Tony Anthony), a gunfighter who marries his sweetheart Abilene (Victoria Abril) and settles down to a peaceful life. However, their happiness is short-lived as Abilene is kidnapped by a gang of outlaws led by the evil Sancho (Gene Quintano). H.H. sets out to rescue his wife and this sets the stage for a thrilling adventure.

The film starts off with a bang, as Hart is seen taking on three bandits in a saloon. The action is fast-paced, the gunfights are well-choreographed, and the 3D effects are used to great effect. The film then slows down a bit as we are introduced to Abilene and her family. The scenes between H.H. and Abilene are sweet and romantic. They are in love and want to spend the rest of their lives together.

However, their happiness is short-lived as Abilene is kidnapped by Sancho and his gang. Sancho, the leader of the gang, is a ruthless man who will stop at nothing to get what he wants. He has a personal vendetta against H.H. and wants to punish him. The rest of the movie sees H.H. tackling various obstacles on his journey to rescue his wife.

The action in the movie is top-notch. The gunfights are well-staged and the 3D effects are used to great effect. The movie has a lot of moments where characters are thrown or shot towards the screen, which adds to the movie's immersive quality. The movie also has a lot of cheesy moments that add to its charm. For instance, the villain's minions wear masks that look like they were made from papier-mâché.

The movie's soundtrack is also noteworthy. The score by Francesco De Masi is excellent and the theme song is catchy. The movie's 3D effects are also very impressive, especially considering that it was made in 1981. The movie was re-released in 2011 in 3D, which allowed audiences to experience the movie in its full 3D glory.

The acting in the movie is solid. Tony Anthony does a good job as H.H. Hart, the protagonist of the movie. He brings a sense of coolness to the role and is very charismatic. Victoria Abril also does a good job as Abilene, the kidnapped wife. She brings a sense of vulnerability to the character, and the chemistry between her and Anthony is palpable. Gene Quintano, who plays the villain, is also very convincing. He chews the scenery in all the right ways and brings a sense of menace to the movie.

In conclusion, Comin’ at Ya! is a fun movie that is well worth watching. If you’re a fan of spaghetti westerns or just want to watch a movie that has a lot of action and cheesy moments, then this is the movie for you. The movie's 3D effects are impressive, especially considering that the movie was made in 1981. The acting is solid, and the movie's soundtrack is excellent. The movie is often regarded as a cult classic among western movie fans and is definitely worth checking out.

Comin' at Ya! is a 1981 western. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.2.

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