The Peinado family intends to spend the more great holidays arranged by the father and husband Alex Peinado. The family also make Hortensia, mother and wife, Milena Peinado, daughter, Octavio "Ramayán" Peinado and Carmelita, the nagging mother-in-law of the family. The family travels excited hoping to reach its destination but several unlucky trucan a great plan that Alex has a time for family arrived at their destination. The family accidentally gets into several difficulties which gradually give a beautiful lesson to them and despite the problems the family arrives at their parent duty station; Cartagena.
- Stars:Antonio Sanint, Carolina Gómez, María Margarita Giraldo, Adelaida López, Miguel Canal, John Alex Castillo, Luis Fernando Munera, David Noreña,
- Director:Harold Trompetero,
- Writer:Dago García (screenplay), Dario Armando García (screenplay)
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(it) wrote: Pretty good looking forward to seeing what comes next
(es) wrote: This shouldn't have went straight to DVD. Ringo Lam and Van Damme's 3rd team up brings us a prison thriller/drama that is wonderfully made, dark and twisted, and shows Van Damme in a non-martial arts but wonderfully acted role. Okay, so the prison movie has been done to death, but something about In Hell manages to keep you hooked and is one of Lam's better films to date. Don't let the cover put you off either. Damn distributors don't know how to be honest these days!!
(jp) wrote: One of the best movies I have seen in my life span
(nl) wrote: One of the best ones
(us) wrote: Tim Roth's show Lie to Me makes sense now. Nice try, but it's a second-rate Usual Suspects.
(ca) wrote: A funny movie and worth watching.
(kr) wrote: Basically a typical hong kong movie set in america with american actors (and Van Damme). Especially the acting (or overacting) is very Hong Kong. Plus there's the typical over-weight bad guy.
(au) wrote: Tenebre is Dario Argento's return to the Giallo formula after the first 2 installments of his 3 mothers trilogy. Despite this return to the familiar sub-genre it is one of his most challenging and original movies to date. I won't go too far into the synopsis I'm sure that if you're reading this you're somewhat informed on it. I found it to be one of Dario's tightest and most thought-provoking scripts. Laced with a very meta/self-aware feeling Dario asks what it it means to be an artist who deals in the "sick and twisted' and what this means for the artist, the audience, and the detractors. I would definitely recommend this highly to anyone interested in Giallo or Argento's filmography. Whereas Suspiria may be his best, or at least most visually arresting films, Tenebre may be one of his most thought-provoking. Always see for your self!
(nl) wrote: Can watch over and over again
(mx) wrote: This is a great movie. It is absolutely hilarious,A great movie, especially for the miniscule $100,000.00 budget.This a classic!