"El Tarzan" Lira is an ex-convict who decides to give up his criminal past and reform his life. However, a corrupt policeman blackmails him leaving "El Tarzan" no other option but to continue committing robberies. Adapting the genre conventions of the film noir to the Mexican context, Ripstein's film focuses on Mexican police corruption and questions the judicial system.
- Stars:Pedro Armendáriz Jr., Narciso Busquets, Ernesto Gómez Cruz, Angélica Chain, Ana Ofelia Murguía, Roberto Cobo, Rodrigo Puebla, Yolanda Rigel, Jorge Patiño, Pilar Pellicer, Ana Martín, Ramón Menéndez, Julián Pastor, Yaco Alva, Salvador Garcini,
- Director:Arturo Ripstein,
- Writer:Vicente Leñero, Arturo Ripstein, Luis Spota (novel)
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(mx) wrote: this is so awesomely bad! check it out!
(de) wrote: This movie was sheer brilliance; beautifully shot and wonderfully acted out, not to mention the strong plot line that keeps you on edge thru out the whole film. Lisa Bonet makes a cameo appearance in this and it is by far the cutest thing I've ever seen her in. The chemistry between off screen husband and wife on screen was electric. I really love how Momoa and his crew paid great attention to detail, it really paid off; and the result, Road to Paloma, one of the most phenomenal films I've seen all year. Congrats, Jason, actors who usually take up the directorial route tend to make shite films, but this was amazing. (The end was confusing as all hell, but I won't ruin that for anyone.)
(ag) wrote: A movie with high production value but cartoonish writing and directing. While Idris Elba's South African accent is better than Kevin Costner's British accent, it was unconvincing.
(kr) wrote: Would have given it four stars if the acting, story, special effects, directing, editing and sound would have been better.
(mx) wrote: I enjoyed the dialogue between mother and daughter, but when the captain and the ladies came in it seemed to just fall apart. I don't know if there really was a point, at the end it seemed pointless. The captain talks of speaking all different languages, yet understanding eachother nevertheless. If he understood though, he didn't seem to listen...perhaps he was supposed to play it creepy? His refusing to listen had consequences...I won't say anything further...
(au) wrote: It lacks both bugger eating and continuity. There was no odor to this film.
(kr) wrote: an intriguing insight into the pioneers of computers,the back stabbing , cunningness ,cynical astuteness in becoming billionaires,the pirates tell a fair but a elaborate story of the same
(au) wrote: Charming as hell, especially if you're a music fan of the time. Sad that the era of proper record stores is on borrowed time...
(au) wrote: Holy crap, the main character's eyes will give me nightmares more than the boil on his shoulder.
(ca) wrote: This comedy is pretty stupid for the most part, but it's also got a lot of really hilarious jokes which spoof werewolf movies, and it has an funny cast. I enjoyed it for the most part.
(fr) wrote: This is extremely painful to watch not because it is bad, but because it is a lesson in psychological horror. The first part of the movie has an ominous atmosphere even in the most trivial scenes.
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(us) wrote: It's arguably the weakest entry in the Daniel Craig Bond movies and sadly lacks that which made Casino Royale great, though Quantum of Solace's shorter runtime, amazing action sequences and stellar performances from its cast make Quantum of Solace a film that's still fun nonetheless.
(nl) wrote: 69/100 - There's a lot of formula in Real Steel as far as "sports" dramas go. It also has a pretty silly and seemingly weightless premise. However, when you get down to the nitty-gritty of this film, it has a few solid performances from its leads and some well-rendered CGI. There's enough thrills and exciting action to overcome Real Steel's formula to make it worth your time.
(nl) wrote: A gripping tale of disillusionment. Douglas Sirk considered this to have been the best film he had ever made. Indeed, it is certainly among his most solid works. This Depression era set melodrama is quite remarkable for its mature portrayal of heavy undertones and themes, some of which would have been considered taboo at the time. On top of that, the daredevil air racing sequences are quite spectacular and the performances are strong all round.
(nl) wrote: Earnest hack-'em-up; better than average.