Eduardo Belmonte overhears his new step-mother, Maria, and her lover, Don Ricardo Gonzales plotting to take over the Belmonte rancho on the night of the fiesta given by her husband, Don Carlos Belmonte. Eduardo offers Maria money if she will depart the hacienda premises, but she refuses and then accuses Eduardo of making love to her. The old Don doesn't take kindly to his son hitting on his step-mother and attacks him in a rage. The lights go out, the father is killed and Maria blames Eduardo, who escapes from the house, chased by Ricardo's men. The Cisco Kid and Pancho rescue Eduardo, who has been shot, and hide him while they investigate. Cisco discovers that bullets from Maria's gun, a handy little derringer, are the same type that killed Don Carlos. But the Alcalde arrests Cisco and Pancho, and Cisco is "supposedly" executed by a firing squad, but IS NOT shot and escapes by a trick. And now Maria and Ricardo are in real trouble with Cisco on the loose.
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Riri H (es) wrote: Free men (French - Les Hommes Libre) is a brilliant study of personal conscience under impossible circumstances. Set in Nazi-occupied Paris in 1939-44, the film focuses on a small-time black-marketeer who is caught by the Nazis, made to act as informer, and then finds himself understanding and helping Jews to escape. Tahar Ramin conveys the cocky, smug petty villain at the start with real conviction, and hi transformation into a thoughtful member of the Resistance is beautifilly played out. Both the singer Salim and the rector are 100% convincing. The film invokes the period with tremendous attention to detail: from the cars, to the clothes, to the the Vichy sympathisers flirting in the street oblivious as Jews are rounded up and sent to their deaths. I will never be able to visit Paris again without thinking about thi film.
Brandon W (de) wrote: Rio is an animated film by Blue Sky Studios that stars Jesse Eisenberg and Anne Hathaway in a pretty simple premise that is just about a Spix's macaw that got lost and wanted to go back to his owner, while also being chained up to a female bird of his own kind. With the premise like that, you know exactly where it's going without a doubt, but the journey of it is actually a pretty funny and entertaining one. The voice acting is great, and it doesn't feel like I'm just listening to A list casting. Most of the jokes get a laugh out of me, and the songs are catchy to listen. The animation is beautiful to look at, and when it shows Rio, it looks really nice even though it's animated. There are some nice scenes between Jesse and Anne as they have good chemistry together. The villains are your typical bad guys and just they just felt like the three stooges to me, which would've been fine, if they were more funny which they had some moments there, just not enough, except for Nigel who's a fun villain. During the final act, some of the jokes start to fall flat here and there, and you know exactly where it's leading to which is fine, kids films need a happy ending, just something not this obvious. As it is, Rio is a great film that knew what it wanted to be, and it'll entertain both the kids and adults
Mohammed A (nl) wrote: The emergence of Bollywood capability in the superhero genre. completely satisfying experience
Melody 6 (kr) wrote: This is without doubt the greatest documentary I have ever seen.If you didn't wanted to have a penguin after finishing the movie you have not heart then ))the movie worth watching just to see how adorable baby penguins are! love them.
Temur N (br) wrote: 1999? seemed like it was 80's...it's more or less interesting, but a little dragged out, gets kinda boring and you have the feeling "get to the point already". Chris Penn is pretty crazy here and fun.
Hayden G (mx) wrote: Disgusting, depressing, and disturbing, this mean-spirited black "comedy" portrays men as nothing more than completely reprehensible children.
Cthonus C (ru) wrote: Cerebral puzzler which never quite manages to engage despite the stallwart cast.
Nolan M (nl) wrote: A funny movie with the American Pie gang, but the first two were better.