Watch: Non c’è due senza quattro 1984 123movies, Full Movie Online – Portuguese Brazilian billionaire cousins Bastiano and Antonio Coimbra de la Coronilla y Azevedo are in fear for their lives after several assassination attempts. Therefore, they have an agency find two look-alikes, stuntman Elliot Vance and the saxophone-playing small-time criminal Greg Wonder, to temporarily take their place and find out who is behind the assassination attempts. Elliot and Greg manage to fight their way through all kinds of situations without too much trouble while getting closer to the mastermind behind it all. Additionally they quickly come to like the jet-set life. The resulting damage to their reputation provokes the Coimbras to return to Rio ahead of time. This puts them right into the sights of their enemies, alongside the cousins’ look-alikes..
Plot: A stuntman and a saxophonist stand in for two billionaires threatened by killers.
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Light, silly fun, and that’s all it needs to be
The idea of lookalikes changing places is a staple of storytelling going back many years, but the nice thing about that set-up is that it’s so rich with possibilities that barring total catastrophe, it feels fresh every time it’s employed. Here’s a classic example: two very common, even low-brow men, posing as two identical individuals, refined gentlemen of incredible wealth and social status. The scenario is ripe for hijinks, situational humor, and snappy dialogue, and that’s indeed just what we get in 1984’s ‘Double trouble.’ This may not be a total must-see, but it’s consistently entertaining; what more could one ask for?
The concept readily invites not just quips aplenty, but sight gags, physical comedy, stunts, and more, and screenwriter Marcotullio Barboni and director E. B. Clucher take full advantage of every opportunity. The characters and dialogue are both written with splendid personality and keen wit. While the narrative is fairly light (with weak resolution at the end), it’s all that it needs to be to facilitate the delightful silliness that fills the feature from start to finish. And to that point, there’s welcome variety in the scene writing, with lots of shenanigans for the characters to get into; even when the broad gist of a moment is revisited in another, it never feels stale. Everyone involved does a great job of bringing the tomfoolery to life, from Clucher’s orchestration of shots and scenes, to the dynamic cinematography; from the terrific filming locations, production design, and art direction, to rich costume design and hair and makeup work. The supporting cast is unquestionably having a great time, just as stars Terence Hill and Bud Spencer happily revel in their dual roles, embracing the chance to play both stuffy society figures and fast-talking wise guys. ‘Double trouble’ is the type of picture that’s worth watching just to see the stars at work.
For as blithe and carefree as the title is, there are no qualms about rendering plot no more than a secondary or even tertiary concern. The writing is complete, and functional, but clearly above all serves as a vehicle for the frivolous follies. Even at its most outrageous, with some bits almost outright cartoonish (including at the climax), the picture only wants to be an flippant romp – and I think it quite succeeds. Apart from some language and mild (PG-13) sexual content this is generally appropriate for wide audiences, and I think most anyone could enjoy it. Personal preferences will vary, but for a lighthearted comedy, it’s hard to imagine anyone coming away actively disliking it (if so, well, to each their own). This is hardly groundbreaking, and there’s no need to go out of your way for ‘Double trouble,’ but if you happen to come across it, this is a gleeful little movie and a fun way to spend 100 minutes.
A two-joke comedy
2 Bud Spencers and 2 Terence Hills in this one; they play two Brazilian millionaires with many enemies AND their exact lookalikes, a saxophone player who is often in trouble with the law and a daring stuntman, who are hired by the millionaires to impersonate them for a week.
No doubt you are familiar with the term “one-joke comedy”. Well, “Double Trouble” is a little better than that: it’s a two-joke comedy. The first joke is that the rude and crude lookalikes try to adapt to the real millionaires’ lifestyle and end up turning it upside down, and the second is that only one Hill-Spencer pair can fight as usual (guess which); the other two are snobbish sissies who always run away from fights. It’s fun to watch Hill and Spencer playing against type (half the time), and Spencer in particular gives one of his most joyful performances. And the editing that allows all four of them to be on screen together in some scenes is seamless. But during the long segments between the fight scenes, I completely lost interest in the movie. (**)
Original Language it
Runtime 1 hr 39 min (99 min), 1 hr 40 min (100 min) (Germany), 1 hr 44 min (104 min) (theatrical) (Norway)
Genre Action, Comedy
Director Enzo Barboni
Writer Marco Barboni
Actors Terence Hill, Bud Spencer, April Clough
Country Italy, Brazil
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm