The Matador

The Matador

The life of Danny Wright, a salesman forever on the road, veers into dangerous and surreal territory when he wanders into a Mexican bar and meets a mysterious stranger, Julian, who's very likely a hit man. Their meeting sets off a chain of events that will change their lives forever, as Wright is suddenly thrust into a far-from-mundane existence that he takes to surprisingly well … once he gets acclimated to it.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:English,Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   explosion,   snow,  

Danny Wright is an American businessman whose life has been going through a sour patch after he and his wife. Danny strikes up a conversation in a hotel bar with fellow out-of-towner Julian Noble, and while Julian';;;s loud and brassy manner initially puts Danny off, in time the two become friends, and Julian feels comfortable enough with Danny to tell him what he does for a living. Julian has also done something to put Danny in his debt, and the previously non-criminal businessman is forced to help his friend stage a hit, with Julian';;;s presence in his home upsetting the precarious balance of Danny and Carolyn';;;s marriage. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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The Matador torrent reviews

Jay D (kr) wrote: A very very melodramatic rip-off of South Korean classic I Saw The Devil though Riteish Deshmukh was terrific.

Christian S (nl) wrote: UN BON PETIT FILM SUR LE MONDE d'un type de cheval bien spcial.

Eric R (ag) wrote: On a desolate island in the Arctic circle, two men work at a meteorology station where they take measurements of radioactivity in the surrounding area. Sergei, is a rough, blue-collar man in his fifties who has been doing this type of work for years and takes it all very seriously while Pavel, his new colleague, is inexperienced which causes tension between the two men. One day Pavel receives a message from head quarters with some terrible news directly relating to Sergei. Pavel is scared to tell Sergei the news because of their stringent relationship, which leads to Pavel digging himself into a deeper whole. How I Ended This Summer is a gorgeously photographed film, bordering on meditative, which really takes advantage of its setting to relate this feeling of isolation among the characters. This is a film with a very very basic plot which chooses to explore the tension of these characters and their emotional fragility. Billed as a Thriller, this is a very slow paced film that uses every visual and sound to create it's atmosphere. Pavel's intentions when holding the news from Sergei are never truly revealed but I believe it's not out of selfishness or spite but rather he was just looking for the right time that never came. Everything that happens to him is by his own making and as much as I love the atmospheric, 'less is more' style, I do wish we had a little more concrete reasoning as to why Pavel does not tell Sergei from the beginning. Even still, the film examines these two characters fragility in very different ways with a very strong ending that could have gone a much more "exciting" but ultimately unsatisfying way. One way I would describe this film is that it almost feels like the type of film that Tarkovsky would make if he was making a Thriller. This would definitely make a good companion piece with Hans Petter Moland' Zero Kelvin.

scott g (de) wrote: a entertaining atempt at a samurai film involving a young lady left for dead, being taken in and given a robotic makeover, some nice touches, and gore on show, severed limbs a lot on show, not entirely sucessful, as plot goes of some times, but entertaining enough

Bill B (us) wrote: Another great documentary about a largely flawed artist, whose work is surprisingly diverse and creative in the face of the various setbacks he's had thrown his way or even brought upon himself.A great little film and well worth tracking down.

J L (nl) wrote: not scary but pretty gory sum partz are. i enjoyed it.

Bruno L (es) wrote: I thought it was OK. The plot was interesting but the acting was kind of weak. It tries to be an independent movie but it had a "Hollywood-style."

Adrian K (ag) wrote: Fast cars! Fast women! It's OK...

Leocadio V (ca) wrote: The final movie of the Rurouni Kenshin/Samurai X series. Kenshin finally dies.

Alex W (fr) wrote: fun interesting little movie. kinda nerdy. Confronts the balance a parent has to have between pushing there child and not spoiling their youth. Nothing to dislike about this movie, very much a crow pleaser.

Mike W (au) wrote: Shamefully missing from DVD! Great buddy film -- and totally "take no prisoners" in its political incorrectness. Arkin plays a Mexican American named "Bean" fer chrissakes!

John S (nl) wrote: The US released version has some great shootouts but is mostly mediocre as far as spaghetti westerns go. It's still a fairly enjoyable film. Haven't seen the original version, so cannot make the comparison. At least the phenomenal Morricone score still works beautifully.

wedstarfish 8 (ru) wrote: Known as one of the best projects the Wayan brothers have ever produced, Scary Movie is a very loose parody of horror films such as Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer, along with films like The Matrix getting thrown in to get made fun of as well. Being a great film to watch with your friends, it's all crude humor added up with violence for about 90 minutes. It's nothing great, and it's nothing even remembering. It's a fun parody of films that all were well received as cult classics.

bill s (es) wrote: If a ten year old watched this he may like it but anyone older not so much.