Nati con la camicia (1983)

Nati con la camicia (1983)

Terence HillBud SpencerBuffy DeeDavid Huddleston
Enzo Barboni


Nati con la camicia (1983) is a Italian,English movie. Enzo Barboni has directed this movie. Terence Hill,Bud Spencer,Buffy Dee,David Huddleston are the starring of this movie. It was released in 1983. Nati con la camicia (1983) is considered one of the best Action,Adventure,Comedy movie in India and around the world.

Mason is driving a truck when he takes on his lorry Rosco a hitchhiker. Traffic police stop them for a control but they are confused for two robbers. They manage to escape in a very strange way from this situation, but just to fall in a worse one. They run to the airport trying to take the first flight available. The couple not only succeeds to have a free flight to Miami but someone give them a bag full of million dollars. Later Rosco and Mason will understand that this time they were confused for two secret agents but it is too late, now they are too deeply involved in the situation. Obviously a funny situation.


Nati con la camicia (1983) Reviews

  • ¨GO FOR IT¨ is an amusing film with Hill and Spencer posing as secret agents in the sunny Miami


    The pic deals with the intimate friends , Terence Hill and Bud Spencer, now as two drifters who meet each other and being mistaken as thieves . But they get to escape thanks to the ventriloquist skills of Hill . Later on , while the hustlers travel by airplane are confused for two international spies , and someone give them a luggage full of million of dollars . After that, the pair become involved in several adventures , and rare situations full of risks , dangers and fun. The big time duo from Spahetti Western wrapped in humor as ¨They call me Trinity ¨ and its followings as ¨Trinity is still my name¨ and ¨Trouble makers¨ were run out and then they're transfered to Police and action genre . As they played the Miami series which are set in Florida , such as ¨Miami Supercops¨, ¨Crime Busters¨, and ¨Superfuzz¨ . Here Terence Hill and Bud Spencer play characters mistaken for spies in this spy spoof . Similarly, in their next movie , Miami Supercops (1985), the two play secret agents who go undercover as policemen . There are plenty of humor based on diverse personality and physical differences among them . This one packs silly comedy with James Bond influence , tongue-in-cheek , slapstick and ordinary struggles , neither blood , nor violence ; besides , including some car pursuits. It appears usual secondaries who customarily intervene on their films , as David Huddleston and Ricardo Pizutti . Average cinematography and lousy musical score composed by means of synthesizer , being composed by the usual La Bionda . The motion picture was regularly directed by Enzo Barboni who previously was a notorious cameraman as proved in ¨Django¨, ¨Hellbenders¨ , and ¨Goodbye Texas¨ and made the classics : ¨Trinity¨ and ¨Trinity is still my name¨. The tale will appeal to Hill and Spencer fans.

  • Easily The Most Bizarre Spencer/Hill Flick - And One Of Their Funniest


    Enzo Barboni's "Nati Con La Camicia" aka. "Trinity: Hits The Road" is easily the most bizarre movie with Bud Spencer and Terence Hill, and also one of their funniest and best. The movie has everything we love about Bud and Terence flicks - but plenty of fistfights and ass-kicking, wonderful lowbrow humor, extremely dumb villains, the typical jokes and feeling - plus the most bizarre ending of any of their movies (which I won't give away). Bud and Terence star as the typical proletarian drifters they always are, Rosco (Hill) and Doug (Spencer). Doug is a Truck driver who makes the mistake of taking Rosco, a hitchhiker, along. After escaping a police control, the two are mistaken for criminals at first, for two secret agents named Steinberg and Mason later... In case you are looking for intellectual comedy no film with Bud Spencer and Terence Hill will be your taste. In case you like Bud and Terence, however, you should certainly not miss "Trinity: Hits The Road". It is admittedly silly, but so are all the Spencer/Hill comedies; for a fan of the two, this is perfect entertainment, and I personally laugh my ass off each time I see it. Out of their non-Western movies, this is one of my favorites. Spencer/Hill movies are certainly not everybody's taste, but in case you're a fan you certainly can't allow yourself to miss this one!

  • Funny beyond description


    What can be said about this except that it's gut busting funny! If Hitchock's North by Northwest has an interesting yet quite believable identity switch (and it has), then this one works in the same way. By answering to a certain name a new identity is given to our heroes and the plot thickens. OK, the bad guy is an ultimate idiot, but that's to be taken into the account - after all this one is a comedy. Quite a lot of stunts and many humorous punches. Slapstick at it's best and it meets up with a great storytelling talent. Not to mention it's actually a feel-good movie. It lifts your spirits with it's lightness and humor. Can't go wrong with this one!

  • And I sir, am the bun!


    Bus Spencer & Terence Hill aren't well known in the United Kingdom and this is a shame as their work deserves to be seen by a wider audience. A nice mix of sight gags, slapstick and inventive fight scenes, it's closer to an Italian version of a Jackie Chan comedy than any western comedy duo. Go For It unites the drifter Rosco (Hill) with fresh-out-of-jail Doug (Spencer). Within the first 10 minutes they've beaten the occupants of a highway diner and stolen a truck. 10 minutes later, they're mistaken for two CIA operatives and despatched to Miami to infiltrate the mysterious K1's organisation. The script and budget of this film are well above their usual low-budget set-pieces, but what really makes these films shine are the stars. Hill's smooth-talking, fist-fighting charmer is the perfect counterpart to Spencer's hulking laid-back bruiser. If you've never seen them fight a group of Euro-villains, this is a good one to start with. Much of the pleasure comes from seeing Bud Spencer delivering one of his trademark slaps - a slap from a man that size HAS to hurt and the ringing sound effects foleyed in are a nice departure from the usual gunshot-type sound effect. Posing a rich Texan millionaires and in possession of a million dollars, these two wreak havoc across Miami. My favourite scene is the delivery of Spencer's burger; the sequence is surreal enough to have been lifted from a Leone western and will have you in stitches. If you like this film I'd also recommend 'Double Trouble', possibly their finest film. 'Go For It' remains a close second and a fine reminder that if there's no chemistry, no amount of stunts or CGI will make your film work. The right team, however unlikely the pairing, will turn any ordinary film into a memorable one.

  • Very good, though it could have been better!


    Typical Spencer/Hill product, this time they get entangled into some Secret Agent stuff, all because of misunderstandings. The overall plot works fine and the movie flows well. However, I find this as a lesser good Spencer/Hill effort because of this one is too much of the same. Rather predictable, though not directly boring; there are many excellent moments here too, topped with a (bit different) big fight scene at the end. Not bad in overall, just less good than earlier efforts. In sum, this one is a bit uneven. I like it still, but it lacks something. Good nevertheless. Recommended mostly for fans. 3.5/5.


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