Over Before it Even Begun
Renowned crazy outlaw, Black Burt Keller (Gordon Mitchell) and his gang know they need some sort of protection and so take Jessica (Simonetta Vitelli) hostage as they head across the boarder in to Mexico. It is how bounty hunter Django (Franco Borelli) and gunslinger Sartana (Jack Betts) end up working together as they set out finding Keller and his gang to rescue the poor Jessica.
As spaghetti westerns go I would say that "Django and Sartana Are Coming... It's the End" just about manages to go through the motions with a basic storyline which sees some bad guys taking a woman hostage and then to spaghetti western heroes working together to rescue her. But there is no real excitement to this western with one scene after another having the look but lacking the drama and the action to make it in the least bit interesting.
It is the same when it comes to the characters as whilst the camera tries to make Franco Borelli as Django and Jack Betts as Sartana men of mystery and confidence the acting and the writing does nothing what so ever. In fact Gordon Mitchell does a much better job than both Betts and Borelli as at least he gives Burt Keller an entertaining wild side even if it is over the top for the movie.
What this all boils down to is that "Django and Sartana Are Coming... It's the End" ends up a surprisingly bland western as whilst some of the cinematography is good the storyline is uninteresting and so are the characters.