Sartana Kills Them All (1970) Gianni Garko, Guglielmo Spoletini, Mar?a Silva, Andr?s Mejuto, Raf Baldassarre, Charly Bravo Movie Review

Sartana Kills Them All (1970)   3/53/53/53/53/5

Sartana Kills Them All (1970)

Canned Spaghetti with a Tangy Sauce

A couple of cunning outlaws are on the hunt for some loot they know very well went missing after a robbery and manage to convince a deputy sheriff to work with them. Together they outsmart and ruthlessly kill anyone who might spoil their plans.

"Sartana Kills Them All" is probably one of the most generic, non-descript spaghetti westerns I have watched and fittingly it was neither a pleasure nor displeasure to do so. Here is the classic episodic western where we watch are outlaws and deputy sheriff rock up in various places where something happens. As such we go from dealing with an old partner in crime at a saloon to a scene involving them eating and drinking at a woman's. But there is nothing in between, no real storyline as such just a collection of scenes and ideas.

The thing is that what saves "Sartana Kills Them All" is that it has a jaunty vibe to it with a frequently amusing soundtrack and some characters who really are characters. They give the movie some energy which makes it entertaining even if you end up stop paying attention to what is going on. In fairness the cinematography is not bad with a variety of familiar shots from taking in the beauty of a desert from afar to shots between legs and so on but it is all generic stuff.

What this all boils down to is that "Sartana Kills Them All" is just a middle of the road spaghetti western which has its moments but not enough of them to make it close to being a memorable movie.