After the mysterious disappearance of an oil well owner, one of his workers, Gerardo assumes the business management. Soon, the owner's sister arrives from Argentina, and, believing that Gerardo killed her brother to keep the wells for himself, she starts working as a singer under a false name in the same casino her brother disappeared, in order to find out what exactly happened.
- Stars:Libertad Lamarque, Jorge Negrete, Meche Barba, Agustín Isunza, Julio Villarreal, José Baviera, Alfonso Bedoya, Francisco Jambrina, Fernande Albany, Charles Rooner, Bertha Lehar, Trío Calaveras,
- Director:Luis Buñuel,
After the mysterious disappearance of an oil well owner, one of his workers, Gerardo (Jorge Negrete) assumes the business management. Soon, the owner's sister (Libertad Lamarque) arrives ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(es) wrote: Very bad movie. The most boring soundtrack, coupled with horrible acting, a plot that makes no sense, and an ending that invalidates the previous struggles, this movie is only watchable for those who find pleasure in witnessing just how bad a movie can be. If the robots can lift the dinosaur and carry the dinosaur out of the atmosphere, why not just drop the dinosaur and let it burn up on re-entering the atmosphere or just wait until the vacuum of space kills it? Nope, lets detonate a nuke in orbit. They could have just lifted the monsters up to a thousand feet and jist dropped it and the thing would have been splattered. The main actors seemed totally detached from reality. And it seems no military knowledge was obtained... even the salutes were horribly mockingly bad. Transformers at least made a good effort at portraying the military properly. Obviously an inferior director for this flick. Glad I did not pay for it.
(au) wrote: Very spooky, chilling, effective
(es) wrote: GIVE'R AGAIN Funnier then the first one and better then the first one
(es) wrote: Most audiences will be disappointed to find that the conclusion to Lisbeth Salnder's story is as underwhelming and stagnant as its introduction is artistically exceptional. This final chapter starts strong and has a compelling story to work with but wastes it all on an uneven script and colorless direction. A trial segment in the third act coincides with the abrupt collapse of a decades-long conspiracy with no crescendo and no emotional payoff. The trial itself is laughably sparse and half-baked, leading to a conclusion that does not reflect the power and tragedy of Lisbeth's story, nor her triumph in finally shedding light on past abuses and seeing justice done. Ultimately, this film serves best as another example of how bad film-making can cripple strong material. The ball is now in David Fincher's court.
(ca) wrote: 2004 Seattle International Film Festival
(kr) wrote: Eddie Murphy's alleged "big comeback" film from the mid-90s is a rotten horror/comedy that's neither funny nor scary. The soundstage trying to pass itself off as Brooklyn is pathetic. For a good modern horror/comedy involving vampires and mobsters watch John Landis' underrated "Innocent Blood" instead.
(us) wrote: chilling...david keiths best role.
(br) wrote: 7/23/2016: Not a bad movie actually. Heigl was beautiful and very likable along with the test of the cast.
(nl) wrote: Standard slasher, rationality not included.
(mx) wrote: I have to admit it. I've always loved this film.
(jp) wrote: AMOR OBSESIVO Y CON SUSPENSO
(ru) wrote: Short, to the point, but powerful in it's message. Not only to witness the extent of which Herzog will live up to his word, but also to help to encourage. When you think of how Herzog posed this proposition, it doesn't seem so much to me that he did it to discourage, but to give incentive to inspire. Much like when referring to the deal made while working on 'Even Dwarfs Started Small'. I've grown to consider Werner Herzog one the most respectable and intriguing artists working in the film industry today, and little stunts like this that let you know the kind if person he truly is only help to increase and evolve my admiration...