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The Culebra and Cabesa, a pair of criminals, decide to take a bank at gunpoint, dressed as penitents. The plan is simple: Get in, get the money, take off all the loot quickly and catch the first flight to Brazil. But things get complicated when a man on his fifties, victim of the economic crisis goes into the bank loaded with explosives, threatening suicide. What would be the easiest shot in history, becomes a nightmare carnival
- Stars:Alfonso Sánchez, Alberto López, Alfonso Valenzuela, Joserra Leza, María Cabrera, Daniel Morilla, Olga Martínez, Francisco Torres, Estrella Corrientes, Antonia Gómez, Miguel Ángel Sutilo, Pepa Díaz Meco, Kai Zhou, José Rodríguez Quintos, Maite Sandoval,
- Director:Alfonso Sánchez,
- Writer:Alfonso Sánchez
Sevilla 2012. El Culebra y el Cabesa, dos raterillos chandaleros del tres al cuarto cercanos a la treintena... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: the over gave me a different vibe than the movie actually presented but it weas still pretty good. it was basically the crazies except done a lot better than either attempt/
(gb) wrote: A fine magnificent movie like this never seen before ....... salute you Sir :)
(ca) wrote: utter rubbish, one of the worst movies I have watched this year!
(au) wrote: Um the title is BLEEDERS people!
(ag) wrote: Starts out decently enough but quickly falls apart. Even Phoebe Cates can't save it.
(kr) wrote: Good little British thriller made by the same folks that brought us "The Avengers" TV series of the same time. I can see why there's a remake of this film in the works.
(es) wrote: I only recommend this movie to giant monster movie fans and children. There were some things I liked such as some of the monsters shown in here King Kong, Gorosaurus (seen in Destroy All Monsters! and in stock footage of All Monsters Attack), a sea serpent, and of course Mechani-Kong. The acting was nothing special, the effects did not stand out, and the King Kong suit looked terrible at times. I would have rather seen a King Kong Vs. Godzilla 2.
(es) wrote: the title summs up what this roger corman b movie is about. What it dosent give a way is the fact its attack of the octo starfish ( cause thats what the so called leeches look like). 3/10
(ru) wrote: The 8th Carry On film, and this one was a little different, as only three of the Carry On regulars appear, with one or two making their Carry On debuts. But despite this, it's a very funny film, and it was round about now that the Carry On films were taking shape, and starting to settle into it's smutty ways. There was no going back to it's more innocent beginnings after this one, plus it was quite lavish for a Carry On. Set during the golden age of the Royal Navy in the Early 19th Century, newly commissioned Midshipman Albert Poop-Decker (Bernard Cribbins) is to join the crew of the frigate Venus at Plymouth, however while at Dirty Dick's Tavern, he's knocked out by maid Sally (Juliet Mills), who steals his uniform and goes on the Venus hoping to find her boyfriend. Poop-Decker is taken aboard by a press gang, and he's put under Mr Angel (Percy Herbert) and First Officer Jonathan Howett (Donald Houston), who are sick of the way cowardly Captain Fearless (Kenneth Williams) runs the ship, so they plan to get rid of him. This was the first of Carry On's historical films, like Cleo, Up The Khyber and Henry), they got off to a good start with this one. Cribbins should have done more, as he was a perfect fit for these films, while Williams is his usual self, and it makes fun of old nautical traditions.