An astonishing fictional account of the unending series of murders of young women in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, which began in 1996. Most of the victims are low-paid laborers who have been drawn to the town by the possibility of work at American-owned factories. In the film Mexican police officer Blanca Bravo is sent to Cuidad Juarez to investigate and comes to learn realities of these women's lives, as well as the truth about a police force and local power structure embodied by entrepreneur Mickey Santos that has ceased to care.
- Stars:Ana de la Reguera, Asur Zagada, Marco Pérez, Ivan Cortes, Joaquín Cosio, Alejandro Calva, Jimmy Smits, Carolina Politi, Amorita Rasgado, Enoc Leaño, Adriana Paz, Lisa Owen, Sayed Badreya, Juan Carlos Barreto, Paloma Arredondo,
- Director:Carlos Carrera,
- Writer:Sabina Berman (screenplay), Sabina Berman
The true story of the border town of Juarez, Mexico where since the mid-1990s thousands of women have gone missing or turned up as sun-burnt corpses in the desert. Can new police captain Blanca Bravo stop the savagery? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(br) wrote: Technically not impressive due to todays standards westworld counts were most movies nowadays fail...the story ...and maybe the lack of nowadays gigantism let it shine even brighter...think about it
(us) wrote: A sweet and funny dramedy. Happy Christmas will be a delight for those who are willing to be a part of a simple life of real characters.
(au) wrote: super-typical as far as short films go ... one of those convoluted premises that aren't justified in any logical way. it just felt really contrived and trite, to be honest. was not impressed at all.
(nl) wrote: Great documentary, Oliver Stones fulfilled the part with the flair of THE intrusive journalist offered the chance of a lifetime to interview one of modern history's most intriguing figures. The man himself --Castro-- is a joy to watch and to listen to. Viva la Revolucion!!!
(kr) wrote: Like most movies adapted from books, the book is better. Disappointing, but still a good movie. Salma Hayek does an admirable job as Minerva. She doesn't get enough credit as a good actress.
(fr) wrote: The first Godzilla move I got to see in a movie theater. If you are a fan of Godzilla, you will like it. It's not heavy and dark like the original, but fun!
(ag) wrote: Although its somewhat interesting at a first watch, "Cruel Intentions" is cruel. Its rather dull, bland, and has no coherent story. Attractive people talk, have sex, talk, have sex, and then one dies, and then attractive girl drives into the sunset. That's it. That about sums it up. Its Twilight without the vampires.
(ag) wrote: the ultimate rock 'n' roll movie!
(kr) wrote: Ah it was alright still chessy as always but again its back then so it was good then but ya alot of blood and such but could hav been better
(kr) wrote: This much-maligned film is worth a closer look--The Devil Is Loose Again!!
(kr) wrote: Even lesser Sturges has its priceless moments. There are definitely similarities with Capra in some of Preston's work. Although borderline propaganda, it still manages to move the audience in an unpretentious way. Long live the legacy of this idiosyncratic and extremely witty auteur.
(us) wrote: It's good movie to watch