A stifled, small-town man stuck in a dead end life, runs away to Mexico to be a mariachi singer. MARIACHI GRINGO is a musical tour-de-force exploring the reality of "following your dreams" across cultural, personal, social and geographical borders.
- Stars:Shawn Ashmore, Martha Higareda, Kate Burton, Adriana Barraza, Fernando Becerril, Lila Downs, Tom Wopat, Yareli Arizmendi, Deanna Dunagan, Teresa Ruiz, Brad Bukauskas, Celia Keenan-Bolger, David Medel, Jorge Luis Moreno, Raúl Méndez,
- Director:Tom Gustafson,
- Writer:Cory Krueckeberg
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Mariachi Gringo torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: One nasty, rough, gritty, and funny horror thriller. I was put off by the cannibalism stuff at first, but I got used to it and got into it pretty quickly.
(ag) wrote: Very funny and incisive parable about the middle-class Americans who aspire to be rich and beautiful, or at least look that way. ("We're staying here for the schools" :) Natasha Lyonne, Marisa Tomei and Alan Arkin are all great. Great 70s threads and pads. The vibrator scene is hysterical.
(nl) wrote: This is one of my favorite Bollywood films. Its a longer movie but worth watching if you like romantic comedies mixed with drama and action. It has pretty much everything.
(jp) wrote: You guys must not be hatters, lets admit. Williem DaFoe was awesome and Samuel L. Jackson was the shit!! Fantastic! Highly reccomeneded...
(mx) wrote: Just seeing the guy pump heroin up his arms without a needle is killer by itself. The baby is reminescent of Eraserhead, not sure of connection if any.
(ru) wrote: Visceral, enthralling, flawless.
(jp) wrote: I've always believed that this is the worst movie ever made. 0% on Rotten Tomatoes kind of backs me up.
(fr) wrote: With Peckinpah's 'The Cross of Iron', this is one of the greatest anti-war films ever made. It is an uncompromising look at stranded Japanese troops trying to survive in the jungles of the Philippines right at the tail end of WW2. Director Ichikawa intentionally avoids all sentimental and machismo cliches of a war film, and shows these emaciated men as hungry shadows void of any national pride. Goes to show that hunger supercedes anything else, and Ichikawa doesn't shy away from the book's main monstrosity of cannibalism. It's shown here in one scene that ranks up there with the most chilling images in cinema. Not really an enjoyable film, but an important one nonetheless.
(gb) wrote: One of Mikio Naruse's most famous films is yet again, another heartbreaker. Not a big surprise as his trademark of dabling in the area of broken relationships is in full effect here, with the incomparable Haruko Sugimura in the lead, as the aging geisha, longing for the man that left her behind years ago. But when he comes back into her life, does all mean well? Or does he have alterior motives?
(fr) wrote: Not that good story wise
(mx) wrote: Cleverly balancing traditional home-invasion frights with a dystopian worldview, The Purge is a nail-bitingly tense economic parable that uses futuristic madness as a springboard for a timely franchise, although writer-director James DeMonaco plays it a bit safe once the violence gets going.
(gb) wrote: It takes a while for the dead to rise, but the dialog between the living keeps this movie entertaining. It's nothing scientific - just fun!