El luchador fenómeno


This is one of the first incursions of Mexican cinema to the sub-genre of movies precursor struggle and many others that followed over the decades of the 50s and 60s. However, the devil, a fighter with no luck, decides to take the place of the player and turn beloved wrestling champion. There champions Assembly decides to send the spirit of a great scorer for help. Inveterate dreamer sends a letter to the pantheon of athletes. Amado is an employee of a brewery that dreams of success in football

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Users reviews

Aashish M (br)

ol. . . Not to worry after 88 min movie will be finish

Bill B (fr)

Great fun for those who know what they're getting into. Okay folks, for a start, this is a bad movie, but to be honest, that's about 90% of the fun of it, in that it's just so cheesy and cornball, as well as the idea that this kicked off a series of about 12 films from this director, all loosely connected by Playmates, recurring characters and silly gadgets

Daniel V (de)

Mann at his best. This movie is beautiful with a killer soundtrack. All the performers here give their all, especially Jamie Foxx as Ali's heroine addicted brother. They are connected as few actors and real life counterparts can be. Muhammad Ali is one of those. Some have matched it but can not top it. No actor living or dead could exceed Will's charisma, charm and just plain likability. Will Smith is so wonderful in this movie

Dena S (de)

I miss Greece. I thought it was a nice one time movie

Ian V (it)

Tennant sounds completely at home speaking the Bard's dialogue. They may be excellent in the role, but they still sound unnatural. Actors often recite Shakespeare as if they are indeed reciting lines. It's a Hamlet that we can understand

Jerry R (kr)

What happened to him was a pitiful revelation that words and kill just has inhumanely as a botched electric chair. Was he a Neo-Nazi? Who knows? Who cares? Leuchter is a product of our times, times in which verbal intolerance is put on the shelf with mass murder, when people are so outraged by the act of being offended that they commit a character assassination of a man just for publicly stating his opinion. He chose the wrong friends, said the wrong things and made people believe what he was saying simply by saying it. Why? What happens to Leuchter's reputation once he takes the side of the Neo-Nazis is, I think, criminal. is an odd little man with a ghoulish job, who takes up with the wrong side of the holocaust and doesn't resend it in order to save his reputation. Fred Leuchter Jr. Here again, Morris chooses someone out of the ordinary. He made: Gates of Heaven, about the owners of a pet cemetery in Southern California; Vernon, Florida about various weirdos in the title town including a man who lives, breaths, eats and sleeps and dreams turkey hunting; The Thin Blue Line a film about a murder in a small town that was so persuasive that it sparked a reopening of the case; A Brief History of Time about the life and theories of Stephen Hawking who discusses his understanding of the vastness of the universe while suffering from a condition that renders him almost completely unable to move. He loves the circus freaks among us, people who do and are obsessed with odd things. His films are never about ordinary people doing ordinary things. Erroll Morris never plays it safe. Leuchter, Jr comes from one of the most creative minds to ever to work in the arena of documentaries. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Mr. The fact that he said them was damning enough. Whether he meant it or was just saying it to impress some new friends hardly matters. He became a pariah, a lamb to the slaughter just for speaking his newly acquired views against the holocaust. His views and his mere association in the Zundel case cost him everything. What happened to Leuchter's reputation was a full-frontal assault on very the idea of free speech. The science was flawed and the jury was biased. Those samples were going to be used in Zundel's case to prove that he was right about his claims. In 1988, the two traveled to Auschwitz to collect concrete samples from the remains of the gas chamber to prove that no traces of Zychlon B (the lethal gas that was used to kill Jews in the gas chambers) was present. That came with his association with Ernst Zundel, a neo-Nazi who went on trial for public slander after he published a report stating that the holocaust was a myth. not only examines Leuchter's work, but also the turning point that cost him his job and his reputation. Leuchter Jr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Mr. Based on that addictions, I wasn't too surprised to learn that he eventually married a waitress. With that nugget of information and his habit of drinking 40 cups of coffee a day and smoking 6 packs of cigarettes, I would imagine that he isn't exactly a fun date. I can only speculate that his circle of close friends is a bit small, especially when you consider that one of his bits of knowledge involves the ins and outs of how dangerous it is to be in the death chamber electrocuting someone with urine on the floor from the previous execution. He has odd stories and anecdotes that either intrigue or repulse depending on your personal taste. He is a man, however, that you want to listen to. Even if you have no objection to his work, you have to admit that there is an heir about him that wouldn't make you eager to invite him to tea. He resembles a very dowdy cousin of Elton John. He's short, with a round face, big glasses and a thick New England accent. Leuchter looks a little peculiar but you wouldn't expect someone who holds such a position to look anything but out of place. Most of us could only wish to have a reputation that solid. The commissioner's eyes lit up and he was sold on the idea without another word. The doctor's presentation to the deputy commissioner of the prison wasn't going well, until the doctor mentioned that Leuchter designed the cap for the prison's electric chair. is there another person who does this?) When the State of New Jersey contacted him to be a consultant on the proposal of the design of a lethal injection machine, he agreed but admitted that he didn't have the first idea how to design one. . . His name is sort of legendary (I would guess so . He seems to know what he's talking about. (pronounced "Look-Ter") speak about his job, I can say that if anyone must to build such a device, it might as well be him. Yet, having heard Fred Leuchter Jr. When a person goes to be executed by the state, where does the execution machine come from? I admit that I never imagined anyone sitting over a drafting table working out the blueprints for such a device. Death gives consideration to something I never really thought about. " The documentary Mr. I find myself falling pathetically on the word "ghoulish. He designs implements of execution: electric chairs, lethal injection machines etc. does for a living. I've been over and over, back and forth through my vocabulary and my thesaurus, trying to find just the right qualifying word to accurately describe the feeling of what Fred Leuchter Jr

Justin R (kr)

fter that it is a great movie and i sure recommend it. it`s a good movie! in the first part of the movie its a little weird but that is over very fast

Lucas N (es)

A fun, dorky comedy with a unique concept and a clever script to boot

MEC r (ag)

I did not really like this movie

Paul J (fr)

The film is tender, honest and profound in the best and most subtle way. The leisurely pace adds to the realism and Pialat makes his famous subject very human and contemplative. The greatest and most honest portrait of the great painter Van Gogh