Faster Than His Own Shadow
Ned | Eldersburg, Maryland United States | 01/05/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Terence Hill, as Lucky Luke, is at it again in the movie where he is the fastest gun in the west - maybe everywhere. He draws faster than his own shadow - now that's fast. He is the sheriff of Daisy Town and with his talking horse (Jolly Jumper) he runs a tight ship. The Dalton Brothers show up, stir up the Indians and the townsfolk's and then Luke has his hands full.The movie is full of puns and I think Jolly Jumper has some of the best one-liners. Roger Miller sings the title song and is the voice of Jolly Jumper. Jolly Jumper talks more than Lucky Luke does.I would recommend this movie to anyone that enjoys Western Comedies or Western Spoofs. The quality of the DVD is excellent, the music is good and acting is decent."
Well meaning film is dull compared to Hill's others
Ned | 02/24/1999
(2 out of 5 stars)
"The film has some good elements, but not enough humor and not enough of Hill's well-liked character. Instead, there is too much with side characters of lesser interest. Even though I like "Lotta Legs", the film really fails to deliver for fans who were hoping for another entry in Terence Hill's famous western spoof genre. The film is of clear interest, however, to youngsters who like horses."
A Must See for Horse Lovers of all Ages!
Ned | 01/21/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Heroes and horses ride together in this heart-warming western. Fantastic horse choreography that would make Fred Astaire envious! Terrance Hill's blue eyes make you want to run out, buy a cowboy hat, mount a horse, and head west! PRONTO! From horse shoes to pistols, it's great fun. Jolly Jumper steals the show. ( and your heart )"
Ned | 03/01/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"My grandson adores this movie. He makes me replay the scene where the horse Jolly Jumper kicks the bad guy in the pants over and over and laughs so hard. My husband and I both also really like it. It has a nice prospective of being told by the horse. It's really funny and a western."