Julián Torralba is a former movie stuntman in Almeria, Spain. He and several of his colleagues, who once made a living in American Westerns shot in Spain, now are reduced to doing stunt shows for minuscule audiences on the decaying set built for those old Westerns. Julián wrestles with dark memories of the death of his son, also a stuntman, and with estrangement from his daughter-in-law Laura and her son Carlos. Carlos, a young boy, becomes intrigued with his late father's life and runs away to join Julián and his band of has-beens. There Carlos is initiated into the rambunctious life of these hard-drinking faux cowboys. But when Laura, a powerful executive looking for a new site for a tourist resort, learns that Carlos has joined the hated Julián, she moves to destroy even this remnant of Julián's once-proud career. Julián and the cowboys decide to fight back the only way they know how.
Writer:Jorge Guerricaechevarría, Álex de la Iglesia
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Nandan T (mx) wrote: Many people didn't like it. I personally enjoyed it. Give it a try, you might like it. Recommended!
Greg W (fr) wrote: good interesting doc
Al M (ag) wrote: Not great, but definitely entertaining. Evil nun orgies and cat attacks keep you watching.
jay n (fr) wrote: Odd film especially for a Crawford vehicle about a shallow socialite who takes up religion on a whim with an overly simplistic ending. Suffers from not having anyone to really root for outside the minor character of the main character's daughter Blossom. Both Joan and March's characters are selfish and for the most part thoughtless fools. This was the screen debut, in a wordless bit, of Susan Peters and Dan Dailey in a slightly larger part. Also keep a sharp eye out for Joan Leslie and Gloria De Haven in tiny parts just starting out. Someone who has a larger part and actually attracted quite a bit of notice in it moving her forward to larger parts than she had been cast previously is Rita Hayworth. She's ravishing although not quite fully arrived at her star persona just yet. Still a brunette she handles her small supporting role well injecting a touch of pathos into a sketchily drawn part.
Reginald G (br) wrote: Those last four on the list I watched all yesterday. And now Network is one of my favorite movies. Yey. Lady for a Day was one of the most sympathetic movies I've ever seen. Seriously, I've never felt so badly and then so happy for a character as Apple Annie.
Russell H (es) wrote: Me and my friends would win this competition.
alex s (kr) wrote: I first watched this in 2006. I said "Adam sander will always be so funny!" I was so wrong but this movie shows the non demented Adam sander so I liked it.
Carlos M (ag) wrote: The idea may be interesting even if totally unoriginal, while the story is developed well in a careful pace. Still, the movie feels like a mere silly trick to scare the audience and nothing else, even if it isn't scary or intriguing.
Ed B (ru) wrote: ... but it's a solid 3 stars. Still cheesy, still full of plot holes and unexplained twists, still entertaining.
Irene S (mx) wrote: pretty easy for the eyes movie about a retired western novelist who rents a beach house for the summer and befriends the neighbor's daughters and other unusual neighbors and how the friendships grows through it all. Nd how one little girl inspires the writer to get back to writing.