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In the late 1980s, exploitation giant Cannon Movies released a series of direct-to-video action flicks named 'Action-Adventure Theater,' which sported the endorsement of 'B' film icon Michael Dudikoff. These four films were cheap, zero-budget knockoffs from smaller European producers that had no possibility of being widely marketed in the United States.'Un Ponte per l'inferno' AKA 'Bridge to Hell' is the lone game in this series with an historical context, set in Yugoslavia during Globe Fight II. The movie was written and directed by Umberto Lenzi, whose career was in freefall at this mission and would later contain more low-budget stinkers and cheat tv credits. Italian cult cinema fanatics are usually aware of Lenzi, who became a master of the giallo through such charmers as 'Orgasmo' and 'Seven Blood-Stained Orchids' while milking the fight category in 'Battle of the Commandos' and 'The Best Battle.' After becoming a recognized talent during the 1960s and 70s, however, Lenzi seemed to lose his mind, taking part in the deplorable 'Eaten Alive' and 'Cannibal Ferox' besides another trashy horror films.Lenzi was clearly out of options in his directorial career by the time of this film, as its cheapness is apparent from the beginning. The action takes zone in Yugoslavia during the time of German occupation and focuses on three escaped POWs who are trying to reach the allied forces in Italy: Lieutenant Bill Rogers (Andy J. Forest), a U.S. air force pilot; Sergeant Mario Espozi (Carlo Mucari), an Italian soldier; and Blinz (Paki Valente), an Austrian who has deserted the Wehrmacht. With support from an Orthodox priest, the trio is led to a band of partisans who need pilots to fly their two remaining airplanes and bombard German armaments in the hillsides. The POWs meanwhile learn from nun-turned-partisan Vanya (Francesca Ferre) of priceless gold chalices that are enshrined in her order's St. Basil convent. After running two aerial missions successfully, the POWs decide amongst themselves to steal the treasure. They exchange their flying services for weapons and receive support from Vanya to search the chapel, unaware of their plan.The premise of 'Bridge to Hell' is terribly low and there is nothing in the script or production values to hold things afloat. It is all just a pretext for few lame action sequences in which a small partisan group wars hundreds of Germans and mows them down without breaking a sweat. Most of these sequences are badly acted and interspersed with stock footage from better-financed productions. This is obvious from how the film's characters are shown in tight territories and never integral to what is 'happening' nearby. There are times aplenty when continuity and editing skills are forgotten, leading to hilariously terrible moments. The photography by adult movie cinematographer Luigi Ciccarese is also overexposed and has washed-out color; it seems to have been downgraded in order for the aging stock footage to look more cohesive with Lenzi's own work.There is nothing in the plot to generate dramatic tension and the movie quickly becomes a ridiculous, poorly thought-out cycle of gunfights, aerial maneuvers, and running through forests (as in trees, not Andy J.). The aerial bombardments by these POWs involve two shod biplanes that seem like relics from Globe Fight I and bombs that are thrown from the planes by hand(!). No matter how old or fresh the planes are, the concept of two such aircraft taking on a swarm of advanced German warriors (which the stock footage clearly shows) is ridiculous. Partisans on the ground stave off variety of Germans with a several machine guns when in true life they wouldn't have lasted for more than two seconds. There are also crazy plot gaps such as when German attack dogs emerge from thin air and are gone as quickly as they came. Extra treats are the horrible audio quality and synthesized melody by Fabio Frizzi that is cute much a single theme repeated over and over again (like the plot). The very tiny pluses in this movie are occasional touches of humor (Forest and Mucari bet a Rita Hayworth image and a broken pocket watch during bombardment) and the presence of Francesca Ferre, who draws attention rather easily.One can never expect much from direct-to-video films, but it's clear that Umberto Lenzi hardly tried to create this movie entertaining. Assuming he knew how cheap this film would be, the director should have written a script that focused on hero and did away with grandiose visions like 'The Best Battle.' But for one reason or another, Lenzi fooled himself into thinking that 'Bridge to Hell' should achieve those heights with the right amount of cleverness. This is largely why 'Bride to Hell' will stay buried in a tall mountain of 80s shlock, with tiny to no artistic merit.-Turkey- (0 stars out of 4)
I honestly can't remember the last time I laughed this much watching any fight movie. Even CASABLANCA EXPRESS wasn't even half as entertaining as this movie in sheer badness level. Umberto Lenzi seems to be working well with his Yugoslavian team and actors in that the action scenes are all fairly exciting in a deliciously hammy way. There's plenty of funny miniature results which are filmed in a very related close-up method that Antonio Margheriti (and Michael Curtiz) filmed their miniatures. However, the plot is fully laughable, repetitive, and ultimately dull. Young American actor Andy J. Forrest (who looks kinda like a serious Jim Carrey) goes through his lines with a Jimmy Stewart-sounding dubbed voice while leading a couple poor actors across the Yugoslavian countryside killing unlimited Germans. In one scene, Forrest and co. run into a bunch of resistance members, and in the next stage support them war Germans, only to escape and... run into more partisans and support them out too! This goes on for over 90 mins and grows tediously overlong near the end, descending into outright slapstick comedy as Forrest steals plane after plane and crashes each single one.There's a lot of really annoying things going on here. First off, the Germans dont really speak English OR German, they merely tell "Schnell" over and over again, which basically means "Fast". Is that really the only German word they knew? Also, few scenes are thrown in for no reason, like a shot of a bunch of German attack dogs (which never go on to now attack anything). Add to the list the fully idiotic action stage at the end, involving 3 folks fending off about a million German troops fully effortlessly. In some parts of the told battle, the three main characters will be busy planting explosives while machine gun fire is heard and unlimited Germans die and fall off the bridge. As entertaining as this was, it was fully goofy and unbelievable, now predating TROMA'S WAR. Fabio Frizzi's score is acceptable synthesizer garbage (much like Luigi Ceccarelli's scores), but sounds fully out-of-place in Globe Fight Two movie!Umberto Lenzi's made close to half-a-dozen fight movies, and his late 80's efforts are by far his least impressive. Watch DESERT COMMANDOS or THE GREATEST BATTLE instead. Sure their plots suck too but they arent half ascorny as this one.
When one looks at director Umberto Lenzi's fight films, it's really difficult to define his style. His early efforts were powerful and showed perfect potential, they were low-budget stories which emphasized characters over large-scale action; in the 1970s, he produced two messy epics with star-studded casts; and in the 1980s, he released "Wartime" actually "Bridge to Hell", both incredibly cheap, plot less action pieces with tiny or no redeeming qualities.The storyline of "Bridge to Hell" is simple, and often times Lenzi tends to forget the mission and lets it wander off in any direction which seems convenient. A group of 3 Allied POWs treks across war-torn Yugoslavia, trying to reach the Allied lines in Italy. Along the way, they learn of a secret treasure which the Yugoslav partisans are hiding from the Nazis, and decide to steal it for themselves. The bulk of the film's 90 minute running-time is comprised of shoot-outs between the ex-POWs and German soldiers, tanks and planes. The film's conclusion leaves the storyline un-resolved and feels tacked on, but then again, there really is no appropriate method to end a movie such as this.As the saga unfolds, it becomes full of holes and lacks any flair; the three escapees run into a band of partisans and support them in their war in exchange for weapons and a guide. Then they continue their journey, only to run into more partisans and repeat the cycle. It's obvious that the writers were running out of concepts when two of the main characters ruin a plane, go on their way, only to steal other plane, and ruin yet again. Few times, continuity is disregarded for convenience's sake: early on in the film, it is clearly established that the Partisans lack an air force soon on, the heroes witness a large partisan aerial bombardment! There is a stage of vicious German attack dogs running around in a field, snarling like they're rapid, but they never go on to attack anything. At one mission in the film, one hero yells of nearby German fighters, "Those Messers are shooting at us!" but shots of the planes reveal them to be unarmed transports, flying in formation and minding their own business.The unique effects, and action scenes in general, have a very cheap look and feel. Lenzi splices close-ups of his own actors into a continuous reel of stock footage from movies like "Battle of the Eagles" and "When the Bell Tolls". What makes matters worse is that this isn't good-looking stock footage; most of it centers around really, really funny miniature airplanes, looking just as bad, if not worse, as the miniature work in Japanese fight films from the 1960s. Some shots lack sound effects, so one can see the miniature fighters' machine-guns blasting away but hear nothing.To top it off, Lenzi throws logic out the window as the characters blast away at legions of German troops without bothering to aim their weapons. In response, the Germans run around in a frenzy without bothering to shoot back, and fall down dead in each direction. One German officer tries to sound an air raid siren in one scene, and when it doesn't work he claims "Sabotage". Moments later, when German planes attempt to take off and chase a stolen warrior plane, they can't take on fuel. I really don't understand why; it's not as though the Partisans and fugitives coordinated the escape; it was a spur-of-the-moment decision! German troops advance cautiously onto a bridge, dodging bullets as we hear plenty of explosions and gunfire -- but the nice guys aren't firing back at them! These are the most obvious errors, but there's plenty more to go around.Dubbing reaches a fresh low, too. To add insult to injury, some of the actors share a common voice one German soldier sounds just like one of the main characters! When the German troops speak German, it's obvious that their voices were dubbed in because there is an annoying metallic rasping sound.It's difficult for me to understand how Umberto Lenzi should create four serviceable movies over a 10-year period, and suddenly seem to fall apart at the end of his career. Maybe it's not his fault; maybe he only a minimal budget to work with and this was the greatest he should crank out. It's unfortunate to see a fair director go under this method - all this movie is nice for is a decent tearing down.
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