A Night in Old Mexico
Forced to give up his land and home, Texas rancher Red Bovie isn't about to retire quietly in a dismal trailer park. Instead he hops in his Cadillac and hits the road with his estranged grandson for one last wild adventure filled with guns, women and booze. It’s just another night in Old Mexico.
- Category:Action, Adventure, Drama, Western
- Stars:Robert Duvall, Jeremy Irvine, Abraham Benrubi, Jim Parrack, Angie Cepeda,
- Country:USA, Spain
- Director:Emilio Aragón,
- Writer:William D. Wittliff
The film is a road-trip, a story about the virtue of surviving and the right of each individual to choose their own ending. After traveling to Mexico with his grandson (Jeremy Irvine), a rancher (Robert Duvall) finds stolen money from a drug deal. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Night in Old Mexico torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Geez. Kind of scary.
(au) wrote: While not as strong nor subtle, REC 2 proves to be an enjoyable sequel with enough chills and frights just like the first.
(br) wrote: Now this is "mumblecore hard-core", just from Austria and years before. For me it's a lucky strike and perfect film.
(ag) wrote: ooooohhhhh childhood memories....
(ca) wrote: Fun for what it is but the biggest insult is how good this could have been. A beautiful if not wholly original story clouded by chaotic direction and muddled intentions. Copley as Chappie redeems the film a great deal.
(it) wrote: Excellent, taut thriller! Powerhouse performance from Shia LaBeouf. Also, a great, menacing performance from David Morse!
(jp) wrote: It is amazing how life will always come full circle when you least expect it. I watched this movie on Netflix streaming about the life of dancers at regular and lower end clubs in the NY/NJ area in the late 90s by the looks of things. The sound quality was pretty bad, but the cinematography was 100% 90s art house so that was expected. I'm not quite sure what her point was with the film, but it was a good POV into the complex feelings dancers have (I assume). The one things that caught my attention was the story of the missing woman. Years and years ago I bought the movie Red Light: Inside the Sex Industry, which really turned my whole world upside down and started my interest in working with and counseling sex workers. One of the dancers in the film worked on the book and disappeared after it came out. The book shined a bright light on sex trafficking long before the general public knew about America's dirty little secret.
(au) wrote: Not quite as good as I remember, but still decent. Stick with it.