Amigo, Stay Away

Amigo, Stay Away

When Ben Bellow is released from prison, Charlie Logan is there waiting for him. Not to welcome him, but to tell him that he does not want to hear from him again. But his wish won't be granted as the the two men constantly forced to reconnect while still hating each other's guts...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:109 minutes
  • Release:1972
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:robbery,   saloon,   bank,  

When, after serving a three-year sentence, Ben Bellow is released from prison, Charlie Logan is waiting for him. Not to hug him. Not to welcome him. Just to let him know, a bit bluntly for ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Amigo, Stay Away torrent reviews

Maxx D (mx) wrote: A beautiful, different story with some laughs along the way and very poignant messages about remorse, death, family, 'sticking it to the man' and finding peace. Fantastic!

Tasneem S (jp) wrote: y does it still look slow for a suspense thriller?

Tekeya H (es) wrote: It's distrubing..dark...I really like this movie! Be prepared for some graphic violence but it's that craziness that makes you want to study the main character more...what makes him do it?

Peter P (ca) wrote: We watched this because of fond memories of Kevin Sorbo in Hercules, sadly, it sucked. End of review.

Bryan S (ca) wrote: "I'm somebody's bitch."

Alex H (es) wrote: Repo Man's influence on me as a 12 year old is probably equatable to how most kids feel about going to see a professional sporting event for the 1st time. It changed my life, for better and worse. The only strike against this masterpiece is the spooky scifi towards the end, but on the other hand, it's just this surreal, dark campiness that makes it so great. One of the top five soundtracks of my life....

Collin P (au) wrote: From 1987 this was a good movie. It's still a good movie for today as much as I'm surprised to hear myself say this. I usually don't like love stories or dancing movies but this is an exception. Liked the story and the dancing.

Daniel D (de) wrote: I can understand why this film was poorly received, in some criticisms of it, but over all it's a solid drama. I think when you here drug smuggling you think of a violent action. Don't expect this, it was very timidly paced and didn't show the really bad side. It wasn't in your face, and didn't even hint at violence in the drug smuggling business. This took out a realistic feel for this film, but the movie intentionally stayed away from it. The point was a low key spiritual message, when you think drugs low key and spiritual usually don't come up. I think the problem was how the crew produced it and not the film itself. The beloved Roger Ebert stated that "(the Hasidic Jews) never seem to be anything but Hasidic Jews". I strongly disagree with this statement this film also showed there sexual desires and family life. It wasn't all set in a Shul like Mr.Ebert portrayed. The film has a clear message, and without ever saying it you know what it is. Eisenberg acted his heart out and developed the character well from start to finish. It was slow, but at the same time there was a lot to enjoy.

Choen L (kr) wrote: King of the Hill set in a soul numbing corporate environment.

Vincent A (gb) wrote: Loved the movie. Ironically, I think this movie is getting a low rating due to people's own prejudice against the title of the film! I watched P&P with Ms. Knightly and I have to say, throwing some zombies in the mix here actually kept me awake this time around. I can tell the low rating is coming from a bunch of movie snobs. The adaptation sticks to the essence of the book but doesn't drown one in a whole bunch of flowery exposition. Anytime I start falling asleep with the pretentious dialogue of the old movie, P&P&Z throws some zombies my way to bring back the excitement. It is entertaining, sexy, and fun. Sadly, I don't think the movie will get the attention that it deserves because of the title of the film. I have to admit when I first saw it, I was a bit skeptical. Get over your pride! Get over your prejudice and watch this flick! It's a fun weekend popcorn flick that commands your attention and frankly deserves more attention than it is getting from snooty movie critics.