And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself

And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself

In 1914, the Mexican revolutionary Pancho Villa (Antonio Banderas) invites studios to shoot his actual battles against Porfírio Diaz army to raise funds for financing guns and ammunition. The Mutual Film Corporation, through producer D.W. Griffith (Colm Feore), interests for the proposition and sends the filmmaker Frank Thayer (Eion Bailey) to negotiate a contract with Pancho Villa himself.

Hollywood makes a deal with Mexican revolutionary Pancho Villa to film his war and recreate his life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself torrent reviews

Shawn R (ag) wrote: A lot better then the first one.

Rebecca L (es) wrote: Be warned: some very gruesome scenes...

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DA Z (gb) wrote: This film was absolutely fantastic. Dirty camera lenses, blurry and over-saturated scenes, a non-linear plot with text-named segments held together by a loose grip on reality--it's an indie art-house enthusiast's wet dream. Netflix subscribers, get on this while it's up.

Ir W (fr) wrote: When this film first started I thought "Oh god, this could be the worst thing I've ever seen, however the first few minutes passed and I found myself engrossed in the storyline! If you can put the cheap budget aside you will no doubt enjoy this film.If you don't consider them zombies in the traditional sense and consider them more like ghouls from Fallout 3, you begin to understand the story and it brings around a new twist on the zombie invasion.In short, a truly awesome film!

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Sofi L (it) wrote: What could have been a total cliche movie wasn't but instead it was quite brilliant and entertaining despite the serious theme.

Russ B (gb) wrote: 4/20/2015: A pretty decent movie. Funny with a good cast.

SUPER MOM (gb) wrote: This was a really good movie. Peolpe don't realize how we judge eachother by our appearance and our neighborhood. It was the first movie that I cried to. Come on people. . . why Ziggy!

Kenny N (ag) wrote: Wow...I had no idea one of my childhood heroes was such a polarizing figure in the film world. We all know Ernest P. Worrell. Those that love him are diehard, those that hate him really REALLY hate him, like he'd done something to one of their loved ones. I've never seen a character whom the people love and the critics revile so passionately. I stand up for Ernest and his movies. Yes they're dumb. Yes they're cheesy. But they don't make fun of anyone but Ernest. Take your Larry the Cable Guy movies (please take them, get them the hell away from me) where he employs 50% bathroom humor and 50% offending everybody and everything. Compared to that chump, Ernest is good clean harmless fun. Longwinded introduction aside, this is probably the best Ernest movie featuring kids. The kids aren't all annoying and unlikable as some of the kids in the next few Ernest films. And Jim Varney takes the opportunity to prove he's more than just a "KnowWhutIMean" and a silly face: his rendition of "Gee I'm Glad It's Raining" just breaks my heart every time! So I will continue to stand up for this man who entertained me in my childhood years because he was good, distinctly American yet universal, funny but not filthy, friendly, good natured and more worthwhile than people give him credit for. KnowwhutImean, Vern?

Jenna I (it) wrote: A view of what we might look at as normal, boring society through the eyes of a curious and excited outsider extraterrestrial (or as you know him, David Byrne). Very strange overall but so well captures that bizarre other-worldly feeling you get when you're experiencing something new that it ends up being a pretty great film. Or as David Byrne might say- Human society is bizarre, and that's pretty fantastic... right?

Paul C (ru) wrote: As with most Hope/Crosby movies in this series the one-liners flow at a mile a minute - and Hope is peerless at delivering them. Not the strongest of stories, but there is a cameo from Jane Russell right at the end.

Joe M (jp) wrote: Too drab, long and preachy which, when added to it being a silent film, meant I wound up fast forwarding through most of it. Has to be your taste.

Hugo G (gb) wrote: Not very good, it lacked story and suspense. It was kind of a mess aside from a very creepy mask and very few scares. ~June 9, 2014~

Yash B (it) wrote: What makes John Carney's "Once" such a joy to watch is how beautifully simple it is. The movie is a sweet one with music that both sounds good and contributes to telling the story and showcasing the emotions of the characters. I think this is a unique music film that is worth seeing. It is very grounded in reality and it feels genuine. The events in the movie are fairly ordinary but that adds to the realism of it. The ending of this movie was bittersweet and it combined the quality of the story and music so effortlessly.