Based on the life of Benny Moré, the film concentrates on a period in the early 1950s when Moré leaves the orchestra of Duany and starts his own 'Banda Gigante'. In flashback we learn of his success in Mexico. Moré is caught in the events connected to Batista's coup in Cuba. Also, he tours Venezuela, where he suffers the machinations of a vengeful businessman. After collapsing and being hospitalised, Moré swears off alcohol. Some years later, he encounters his old band-mate Monchy, fallen on hard times.
- Stars:Rakel Adriana, Ulyk Anello, Renny Arozarena, Laura De la Uz, Husmell Díaz, Jorge Fedecaz, Carlos Ever Fonseca, Serafín García Aguilar, Mario Guerra, Bárbara Hernández, Carlos Massola, Mayra Mazorra, Limara Meneses, Enrique Molina, Marcela Morales,
- Director:Jorge Luis Sánchez, Jorge Luis Sánchez,
- Writer:Abrahán Rodríguez, Jorge Luis Sánchez
Based on the life of Benny Moré, the film concentrates on a period in the early 1950s when Moré leaves the orchestra of Duany and starts his own 'Banda Gigante'. In flashback we learn of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
El Benny torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Una pelcula basura ms, que llega a Mxico despus de estrenarse directo a DVD en Estados Unidos.Por qu alguien que esta posedo, seguira grabando con su cmara e incluso tomarse la molestia de activar la visin nocturna y grabar asesinatos estilo videoblog? Creo que hay nada o poco rescatable aqu.
(nl) wrote: It's really a satire, not the least bit scary, but because of that it comes across as just slightly ridiculous. I am not talking believable, I just mean the film was really silly. Not a bad watch, but it won't be winning any prizes.
(jp) wrote: Life lands butter side up in the end in this Rain man, Midnight cowboy and Dead dog in the night all in one a-like film.If you can not suffer to bear with the Irish accent it might be worth ditching any awkwardness about it before settling down to enjoy this hopeful and uplifting story of despair and victory for simple friendship and great artIt is well worth watching even though it doesn't include my favorite song of all time; Everybody's talkin..
(fr) wrote: Chapter III: Crime & Punishment. The demise of the last survivor of the "infernal affairs" comes unexpectedly through a psychological fall into guilt, solitude and madness,, in a HK cold and uncaring; an inner trip inevitably stomping hard over the very idea of fluent storytelling, but, strangely, the experience is still rewarding. Awkward but fascinating.
(kr) wrote: Not as good as the original but im a fan of the trilogy
(au) wrote: A great Canadian Rock n Roll road movie. Don McKellar is great as the small town guy named Pokey. Jello Biafra (my hero) and Art Bergmann are among the cameos.
(de) wrote: I would like to see this, i think...
(br) wrote: I saw part of it when I used to live in Belgium my hometown. I'd like to se it again. Love it. I love Brit movies and cartoons...
(it) wrote: This barely deserves to be called giallo since it is actually pretty damned great. I saw this a couple of years ago at Quentin Tarantino's film fest in Austin and I really enjoyed it. I hope to watch it again soon.
(fr) wrote: All Star Cast Classic..Does it get any better than this?
(mx) wrote: Philip Seymour, as usual, performs as the greatest.
(us) wrote: It's hard to say that this is one of Denzel's best performances because they are all so good. He plays such a hateful/inspirational/mind-twisting antagonist. He's just frickin scary good. Ethan Hawke was good too, but it's easy to get overshadowed by Denzel. Also enjoyed the Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre cameos.
(jp) wrote: It was ok. Love Owen's energy.