History YMMV / ThreeAmigos

8th Oct '15 10:59:42 PM Premonition45
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-->'''Lucky:''' ''(after Dusty killed the Invisible Swordsman)'' We fired ''up''! It's like living with a 6-year-old...

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-->'''Lucky:''' ''(after (''after Dusty killed the Invisible Swordsman)'' Swordsman'') You were supposed to fire ''up''! We fired ''up''! (''sighs'') It's like living with a 6-year-old...
7th Aug '15 12:57:40 PM Miracle@StOlaf
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* VindicatedByCable: The film was only a modest money-earner and received mixed reviews on release. Today it's more fondly regarded by fans of 80's comedies and earned a spot on Bravo's "100 Funniest Movies" list.

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* VindicatedByCable: The film was only a modest money-earner and received mixed reviews on release. Today it's more fondly regarded by fans of 80's comedies comedies, thanks to plenty of repeat showings on HBO, and eventually earned a spot on Bravo's "100 Funniest Movies" list.list.
7th Aug '15 12:35:58 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* VindicatedByCable: The film was only a modest money-earner and received mixed reviews on release. Today it's more fondly regarded by fans of 80's comedies and earned a spot on Bravo's "100 Funniest Movies" list.
7th Aug '15 12:15:08 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: A very long one that starts at the camp scene and ends with the death of the Invisible Swordsman. In the middle of this is another nested BLAM: the "Blue Shadows" musical number sang to Ned so he won't be afraid of the desert while their horses sing back up vocals and at the end of the song a turtle says "Good night Ned". For a while the movie seems to be confused as to whether it should have a realistic setting or something out of a Zucker Brothers movie. Some TV prints cut out the entirety of this sequence, going straight from the Amigos riding off from the village to them arriving at El Guapo's mission after the commercial break; these cuts skip a few good gags, but the plot isn't affected one tiny bit.

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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: A very long one that starts at the camp scene and ends with the death of the Invisible Swordsman. In the middle of this is another nested BLAM: the "Blue Shadows" musical number sang to Ned so he won't be afraid of the desert while their horses sing back up vocals and at the end of the song a turtle says "Good night Ned"."Goodnight, Ned!". For a while the movie seems to be confused as to whether it should have a realistic setting or something out of a Zucker Brothers movie. Some TV prints cut out the entirety of this sequence, going straight from the Amigos riding off from the village to them arriving at El Guapo's mission after the commercial break; these cuts skip a few good gags, but the plot isn't affected one tiny bit.
7th Aug '15 12:13:50 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: A very long one that starts at the camp scene and ends with the death of the Invisible Swordsman. In the middle of this is another nested BLAM: the "Blue Shadows" musical number sang to Ned so he won't be afraid of the desert while their horses sing back up vocals and at the end of the song a turtle says "Good night Ned". For a while the movie seems to be confused as to whether it should have a realistic setting or something out of a Zucker Brothers movie. Some TV prints cut out the entirety of this sequence, going straight from the Amigos riding off from the village to them arriving at El Guapo's mission; these cuts skip a few good gags, but the plot isn't affected one tiny bit.

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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: A very long one that starts at the camp scene and ends with the death of the Invisible Swordsman. In the middle of this is another nested BLAM: the "Blue Shadows" musical number sang to Ned so he won't be afraid of the desert while their horses sing back up vocals and at the end of the song a turtle says "Good night Ned". For a while the movie seems to be confused as to whether it should have a realistic setting or something out of a Zucker Brothers movie. Some TV prints cut out the entirety of this sequence, going straight from the Amigos riding off from the village to them arriving at El Guapo's mission; mission after the commercial break; these cuts skip a few good gags, but the plot isn't affected one tiny bit.
7th Aug '15 12:13:15 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment:
** Starts at the camp scene and ends with the death of the Invisible Swordsman.
** Also the "Blue Shadows" musical number sang to Ned so he won't be afraid of the desert while their horses sing back up vocals and at the end of the song a turtle says "Good night Ned". For a while the movie seems to be confused as to whether it should have a realistic setting or something out of a Zucker Brothers movie.

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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment:
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BigLippedAlligatorMoment: A very long one that starts at the camp scene and ends with the death of the Invisible Swordsman.
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Swordsman. In the middle of this is another nested BLAM: the "Blue Shadows" musical number sang to Ned so he won't be afraid of the desert while their horses sing back up vocals and at the end of the song a turtle says "Good night Ned". For a while the movie seems to be confused as to whether it should have a realistic setting or something out of a Zucker Brothers movie. Some TV prints cut out the entirety of this sequence, going straight from the Amigos riding off from the village to them arriving at El Guapo's mission; these cuts skip a few good gags, but the plot isn't affected one tiny bit.
31st Jul '15 11:30:01 AM AnotherGuy
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** Then again, when Jefe accuses El Guapo of wanting to be upset at him just because he's fuming about Carmen, El Guapo seems to agree, so maybe he was just being a jerk to Jefe.

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** Then again, when Jefe accuses El Guapo of wanting to be upset at him just because he's fuming about Carmen, turning 40, El Guapo seems to agree, so maybe he was just being a jerk to Jefe.
13th Feb '14 7:46:58 AM Eegah
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** Also the "Blue Shadows" musical number sang to Ned so he won't be afraid of the desert while their horses sing back up vocals and at the end of the song a turtle says "Good night Ned".

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** Also the "Blue Shadows" musical number sang to Ned so he won't be afraid of the desert while their horses sing back up vocals and at the end of the song a turtle says "Good night Ned". For a while the movie seems to be confused as to whether it should have a realistic setting or something out of a Zucker Brothers movie.
4th Jun '13 9:15:02 PM Premonition45
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* MagnificentBastard: El Guapo.
23rd May '13 6:16:46 PM Premonition45
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* MemeticMutation: The "plethora" conversation.



-->'''Lucky:''' ''(after Dusty killed the Invisible Swordsman)'' We fired ''up''!

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-->'''Lucky:''' ''(after Dusty killed the Invisible Swordsman)'' We fired ''up''!''up''! It's like living with a 6-year-old...
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