Modesto & Manuel are brothers that get their lives changed by wining the lottery. The new life walk them through funny (and some embarrassing) situations that come along with their new ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Modesto and Manuel are brothers whose lives change by wining the lottery.
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Matthew S (au) wrote: Joshua Burge is more than a little effective in playing an angry, unmotivated and wanna-be grifter. If you've seen Potrykus's previous film, APE, you already know that this actor is exceptional at slipping seamlessly into this director's off-center and often uncomfortably funny cultural and intimate examination. There is a lot more brewing in this very dark movie than the sociopathic rage simmering within the protagonist. It is a an odd, jarring and disturbing story of descent into madness within a culture that almost seems to be assisting this descent rather than identifying and addressing it. And most importantly, it is always entertaining.
Brandon F (mx) wrote: It's a bit strange, but Get the Gringo is great fun with a great cast.
Lindsey L (nl) wrote: Slow start but epic twist that I was NOT expecting.
Ben W (ca) wrote: One off my fave movies growing up.
Frenchie F (mx) wrote: This movie has horrific acting, a dire script, no thrills camera work, an utterly unchallenging plot with many pointless scenes, cheesy music, cheap stunts and martial arts fighting. It;s completey predictable and totally pointless. It's perfect!
Matthew C (gb) wrote: The first Inception maybe? I'm not saying Nolan stole anything from this earlier film, he by no means did, but I wouldn't be surprised if he's seen it. This imaginative tale of psychics who can reach into the dreams of others to help them overcome their fears, anxieties, and flaws is rather entertaining in that it's elements, though not staggering in originality, are woven together nicely creating a fairly entertaining story. Quaid is dashing hero and Capshaw is a looker as well. Funny how the poster re-imagines Indiana Jones - the movie isn't like that except for one scene. The villains, including Plummer who is like ice, are great in upping the stakes. The story's evolution in both the real and surreal worlds is more than intriguing, even involving the President. A fun film that was highly creative in its day and can still cause some terror, excitement, and even dreams after it ends.
stefn birgir s (nl) wrote: A bad flick. Horrible characters and worse actors. Nonsensical at times. Just crap.