Mexican Bus Ride
Newlywed Oliverio receives disturbing news that his mother is on her deathbed. He travels to a remote part of Mexico to fetch a lawyer who can sort out her will. Leaving his wife behind, he embarks on a bus ride that’s interrupted by an increasingly absurd series of episodes, including an impromptu birthday celebration; a one-legged man writhing in the mud; come-ons from an insatiable small-town belle, Raquel; and Oliverio’s frequent, Freudian nightmares.
- Stars:Lilia Prado, Esteban Márquez, Luis Aceves Castañeda, Manuel Dondé, Roberto Cobo, Beatriz Ramos, Manuel Noriega, Roberto Meyer, Pedro Elviro, Pedro Ibarra, Leonor Gómez, Chel López, Paz Villegas, Silvia Castro, Paula Rendón,
- Director:Luis Buñuel,
- Writer:Manuel Altolaguirre (story and adaptation), Luis Buñuel (adaptation), Juan de la Cabada (adaptation), Manuel Reachi (story), Lilia Solano Galeana (dia
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Mexican Bus Ride torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Even if it has its moments, a lot of Supercondriaque's humour is just terribly misjudged.
(br) wrote: Un bon polar francais bien ficele et qui tient en haleine. Ambiance, plans, acteurs credibles, bref une bonne surprise.
(ag) wrote: This movie shouldn't work, but it does. Just as surrealism should be -- brimming with ideas and style. Pattinson delivers a droll performance that matches the film's mood perfectly. A highly underrated experimental film from Cronenberg.
(de) wrote: Yike it's fairly crappy and the incest makes it unpalatable. Why did I watch it? Was decorating the Christmas tree - a wholesome pursuit that went some way to counteracting the depravity.
(us) wrote: Very factual and very well done...
(it) wrote: wow I actually thought this movie was very good and I loved it, It was actually better than what I thought, it starred Robert Carradine, Curtis Armstrong, Corinne Bohrer and Joseph Bologna
(ca) wrote: I love Antonioni's Style He is such a Great Cinematographer and the Soundtrack is bombastic Also loved that Anarchist & Primitivist Message, The Beautiful Pictures of the Nature, The Orgy in the Death Valley and The Giant Explosion at the End
(br) wrote: Twist after twist, I felt... sleepy.
(de) wrote: Semi funny sometimes.
(ag) wrote: Pure Self-Promotional Garbage...She's Not Even Dead Yet?? People Wait Years, Decades, Even Centuries To Be Recognised As A Memorable Artist Or Performer...This, On The Other Hand Is MTV Trying To Be Pragmatic But Looking More Dogmatic To All That Is 'Katy Perry'...Meh, You're No Madonna Or Michael Jackson..Flashing Lights & Fireworks Won't Help You Either!
(es) wrote: An entry from the 2014 edition of Toronto After Dark, Wolves follows like a western with Lucas Till playing the titular anti-hero driving into a small town in search of his lineage as his werewolf powers manifest at adulthood , only to bite of more than he can chew as he gets caught up at a feud between the warring clans of the town, those who have suppressed their animal instincts and though who run wild. Pretty much a weird style mismash somewhere between twilight, xmen and something you might find late night of Space, Wolves will probably be a forgetable film most remembered for the use of tween werewolf makeup and the CW presence of Lucas Till of Havok/first class fame along with genre regular Stephan McHattie but not much else. Disposable entertainment.
(mx) wrote: This has to be one of the best films in the series. Rich atmosphere, deft direction and acting... On Blu-Ray.