El Santo, the masked Mexican wrestler, investigates a series of kidnappings. He discovers that the mysterious Doctor Caroll is using the victims as part of his experiments to develop an ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Santo en el museo de cera
El Santo, the masked Mexican wrestler, investigates a series of kidnappings. He discovers that the mysterious Doctor Caroll is using the victims as part of his experiments to develop an ...
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Karl G (it) wrote: This is about as bad as a film can get! Guns that never run out of bullets, WTF! And I'm guessing they found some new transitions in the editing suite and decided to use them all, just weird!
Alan F (de) wrote: One of the best movies that I've seen. Fresh, simple and well directed. Very good.
Steven S (ru) wrote: really good aussie movie
Dann M (ru) wrote: Bruce Willis is the Last Man Standing in the American remake of the Kurosawa classic Yojimbo. The story follows a gun for hire who decides to take advantage of a bootlegging war between two rival gangs in the border town of Jericho. Done in the noir genre, the writing is fairly interesting and has a very stylized motif. Additionally, the cast includes some interesting supporting actors such as Christopher Walken, Bruce Dern, and Leslie Mann. And while the characters are mostly stereotypes, the action is quite impressive. Last Man Standing has a number of flaws, but the gratuitous violence and artistic directing keeps the film engaging.
Peter L (ag) wrote: My Rating: 3/5 stars; Grade: B-; Gesture: Thumbs Sideways; Status: Passable (Fresh); Emoticon: :-I.
Rachel B (us) wrote: The copy I saw was dupey and had bad audio and subtitles. Story wise it's slow and not particularly engaging. There were some scenes that would have been lovely in a better print. The over arching point of the film was interesting, but overall I didn't enjoy this film.
Kenneth L (jp) wrote: Found his own unique voice & style in his gospel & country & western roots to his R&B music. Whether his heroin added more than detracted from his music is debatable. His illegal addiction to it certainly did threaten to take it all away from him. He could only find the freedom to go on from it's grip when he could let go of the guilt of witnessing his little brother drown at an early age. I f you don't cry during some of these riffs & tunes then you ain't right.