Bolívar was instrumental in Latin America’s struggle for independence from the Spanish Empire, and is today considered one of the most influential politicians and emancipators in American history. Libertador is told from the viewpoint of Bolívar, portrayed by Ramírez, about his quests and epic military campaigns, which covered twice the territory Alexander the Great conquered, and his vision to unify South America.
Simon Bolivar fought over 100 battles against the Spanish Empire in South America. He rode over 70,000 miles on horseback. His military campaigns covered twice the territory of Alexander the Great. His army never conquered -- it liberated. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Jamee M (kr) wrote: This movie was offfffffffffffff the chain but very much a mysterious flick...good one.
Lalit J (au) wrote: Tribute to the exploitation movies of 1980's this movie is awesome. dont go on the "out there" title of the movie. this is some original shit, rare in bollywood.
Allison M (nl) wrote: The best part about the film is the acting.
James R (ru) wrote: This should have been a lot better than it was.
Dane S (ca) wrote: still one of my favorites.
Aaron D (fr) wrote: Jackie Chan is just amazing. That is all.
Bradley K (jp) wrote: There are some perversely satisfying moments in this film that are lost in the general plodding, but the surprise ending is so left field that it nearly justifies the whole project. Ranks high on the odd charts.
Ben T (jp) wrote: It's easy to tell why this inspired so many different artists from film makers to rappers .
Shawn W (es) wrote: Pointless plot about a crew on a spaceship charting new territory in space with a female robot with feelings, played by Playmate Dorothy Stratten. The long search for the blue star crystal ends with an alien eating it.
Stephen M (nl) wrote: A good little B-western. Swedish immigrant farmers in Hollywood westerns, usually called either Larson or just The Swede, are generally a bit too meek for their own good and over-reliant on the American gunslinger, e.g. John Wayne, to fight their battles for them. Though he's still a stereotype, it's nice to see Sterling Hayden's vengeful sailor kickin' ass for a change.
Eli N (ag) wrote: A movie so badly written and directed, I'm convinced the only good parts came about by complete accident.
Lewis L (es) wrote: Meh couldn't tolerate it
Russell H (au) wrote: Nothing too special. some good action. Vin Diesel kinda sucks