Los tres huastecos
This is the story of three brothers (a priest, a soldier and an outlaw) that are raised separately by their godfathers once their mother dies. They cross their paths again when the soldier and the priest move into two towns near the town the outlaw lives in. The drama will unfold once the three brothers meet each other.
- Stars:Pedro Infante, Blanca Estela Pavón, María Eugenia Llamas, Fernando Soto, Alejandro Ciangherotti, Antonio R. Frausto, Guillermo Calles, Salvador Quiroz, Julio Ahuet, Roberto Corell, Chel López, Hernán Vera, Irma Dorantes, Andrés Huesca, Leonor Gómez,
- Director:Ismael Rodríguez,
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(gb) wrote: "Pirate Radio" is a lot of fun and has a brilliant 60's rock and roll soundtrack. The film is well directed and the cast is fitting and damn near perfect. Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Bill Nighy and of course our main hero Tom Sturridge all rock. The only other appropriate additions I would have liked to have seen to the cast would be Russell Brand and Simon Pegg.The rebellious story of 1960's pirate radio stations transmitting rock to the hungry ears of Britain is unique and fun. I did however watch the 45 minutes of deleted scenes that were cut from the final edition and I must say it was like watching a second movie. There are so many fantastic scenes that were omitted. If you ever get the chance to see this, watch the deleted scenes, it's like a bonus short film that is equally entertaining.Overall Pirate Radio is a success, even if it does fall just short of a number one hit.
(mx) wrote: Retrospective of the director's infancy, a rich boy. And your former butler Santiago, years after. True, nothing more the true.
(jp) wrote: This is one of my all-time favorite movies ever, that I saw one night by chance on HBO years ago. LOVE IT!!!
(jp) wrote: good fun from Mel brooks.
(ag) wrote: Great Directorial debut, great actors, super tunes all play as the sugar coat of such a horrific war; extremely moving and still relevant today.
(ag) wrote: "Brighton Rock" necessarily jettisons or misses a few things in its transition from page to the screen, partly due to the production code, partly due to the constraints (primarily time constraints) of the medium. Still, whatever the Boulting brothers' film may have lost from its Graham Greene source material it very capably makes up for with its many cinematic virtues. The casting is exceptional: Attenborough plays Pinkie, a seemingly impossible character, to perfection, and in what seems the only way possible--with absolute conviction and a kind of baby-faced simplicity. Hermione Baddeley is just as capable in an equally iconic, almost archetypal role, as Ida, the lounge singer Earth Mother. The supporting players bring a wonderfully varied and colorful texture to the milieu--though the film is largely set in and around Pinkie's apartment, seeing those faces and hearing those voices paints a vivid picture of a time and place (the opening titles are eager to remind us that, just a decade after the novel was published, England has eradicated the organized crime problem around Brighton Rock). The atmosphere and texture of the titular setting are palpably seedy, particularly in the opening sequence, which is visualized an inventiveness, suspense, and hardness to match Greene's terse, unsentimental prose. Boulting's mis-en-scene, lighting, camerawork, and cutting are masterful (though a few of the exterior scenes lack the controlled precision of the more intimate conversations and smaller scaled set pieces), and the finale is a masterful piece of adaptation, taking a deeply literary ending and finding a thoroughly cinematic equivalent that, in a very different way, manages to be just as startling, moving, and devastating a dramatization of Greene's "appalling strangeness of the mercy of God." One of the great crime pictures, British or otherwise.
(nl) wrote: iLove this movie. one of my favorite movies. most definitely a must see if you're into movies about drugs or the crime lifestyle - Yoda
(es) wrote: The US prides themselves for creativity and originality, and when they got the rights to Godzilla they decided to infuse some of this into the movies with their own alterations. Ironically their changes intended to give it flare succeeded at doing nothing more draining it of all originality and interest.
(ca) wrote: Why did this have to be a home video style film? It was the worst and most distracting element of the film.
(mx) wrote: its such a good movie so many catch phrases in one movie, like fake in all the funnest ways, you have to keep an open mind tho, and get past sandler's voice thats the only bad part...
(es) wrote: I know a lot of people didn't like this one, I did! Unlike the second, it brought back the excitement and triumph of the original.