Narco Cultura

Narco Cultura

To a growing number of Mexicans and Latinos in the Americas, narco-traffickers have become iconic outlaws and the new models of fame and success. They represent a pathway out of the ghetto, nurturing a new American dream fueled by the war on drugs. Narco Cultura looks at this explosive phenomenon from within, exposing cycles of addiction to money, drugs, and violence that are rapidly gaining strength on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border

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Narco Cultura torrent reviews

Sandeep H (kr) wrote: They say freshness cannot be measured..but can only be felt !!! In this age of movies like Agneepath and Ra.One...its immensely critical to keep the balance intact!! Was looking forward this flick with an unknown anticipation and it did not disappoint. Have always liked Ali Zafar from the days of 'Huqa Paani'..through Tere Bin Laden...this lad springs up another breezy act like its natural to him. Liked Aditi Rao in Delhi-6..but this is such a charming transformation that she might just topple my current fav Parineeti Chopra as the hottest n coolest in town!!!! Few words for Sameer Arya-Dir of Photography....the film visually enchanting. I always believe great visuals are an integral part of story telling. Songs are nice n easy which is how it should be for a movie this beautiful. No wonder Ali Zafar is at the helm. And lastly, Anu Menon deserves kudos for trying something very different yet very familiar. Some might compare this with '500 Days of Summer' of my all time fav...but truth is this film stands on its own...and stands high.

AD V (it) wrote: Juvenile, crude and generally funny/gross the film could easily pass for a Troma movie with the exception of less boobs and more people that can act. The highlight for me is Adam Green's Diary of Anne Frankenstein which features Joel David Moore and Kane Hodder. Damn funny.

Ian D (ca) wrote: Interesting story based on true events. High creepy-trueness factor.

Carolyn G (kr) wrote: An interesting documentary that left me with questions at the end. (Not necessarily a bad thing)

Betty G (nl) wrote: It was an Okay movie, I jumped a few times during the movie.

Juan O (nl) wrote: Seriously funny series of movies!

Dustin P (au) wrote: This movie is FANTASTIC. Epic skateboarding scenes from the 80s when guys would actually pick up their boards instead of ollie. The film has the cheesiest love scene ever with the cheesiest music. Great film features Tony Hawk, Tony Alva, Steve Caballero, and the murderer Mark "Gator" Rogowski as well as the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Adam R (it) wrote: No plot to speak of, but plenty of nudity. Outrageously dumb and perverted. (First and only viewing - In my early twenties)

Sami L (it) wrote: Not really sure what the point of this was. A wake up call about all the time we waste? A live in the moment thing? I did enjoy it and it made me cry, but overall left with a kind of what's it all about feeling. Certainly not a waste of time though

Jamie C (au) wrote: Very silly and predictable but for what was on offer it wasn't that bad, It had a few funny bits and some great one liners that are still used today, As for the film itself it is kind of a mini classic but it wouldn't stand the test of time if released in todays cinema (2015)... Yes it took me 23 years to get round to watching it.