Mexican Gold

Mexican Gold

After the brazen escape from his sentence to be hanged, infamous outlaw Jack Barnett cons a crooked judge, local saloon gal and an old partner into partaking in the heist of a lifetime. ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   gunfight,   thief,  

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Brian C (us) wrote: Good actors caught up in a story that I found pretty much unbelievable. Any chance for conflict , story-wise, lead no where and it was all wrapped up nicely at the end. Good ingredients, underwhelming dish.

Vince K (nl) wrote: Spoilers - Kaylie went to such elaborate lengths to catch the ghosts on camera that it was disappointing the movie ended with her brother being blamed for her death. Are the cops going to examine the tapes? Will there be more Oculuses? Scary movie though with some very creepy moments. Also great to see Karen Gillan in something if you're a Doctor Who fan.

Evan S (gb) wrote: Garrett Hedlund and Leighton Meester are a joy to watch in this. This movie is worth seeing just for their performances and the songs they sing. Gwyneth shows she can still act (although it would have been nice if she didn't have to cry in EVERY single scene she was in) and Tim McGraw is quite good as her husband and manager. With not much of a story and a conventional one at that, the performances are what really stand out here, especially Hedlund's, who steals every scene of the movie he's in.

Sanal R (ru) wrote: Far more cooked up than its predecessor, predictable and loses purpose mid-way. I mean how many plot twist can a man handle. Its like a wannabe Hollywood movie.

Eoin H (de) wrote: Soccer AM's Skill Skool takes a road trip across the Americas to meet Diego Maradona. Not really, of course but the documentary does follow 5 freestyle keepie-uppie artists as they busk there way to Maradona, blagging flights and even TV time along the way.At first I thought this would promote the absolute joy of football and for moments it does. But the film soon becomes too interested in the lowbrow reality show type personality dramas that cheapen these sorts of films.Funnily enough there is too little of the Skill Skool stuff as the lads descend into infighting and selfishness. In the end only three of the five actually make it to Argentina and meet Diego. That one is lost in his tears meeting Maradona is either dramatic/touching or profoundly cringeworthy depending on your point of view. Let's be clear, I found it horrendous.

Kris W (es) wrote: Sequel to Last Picture Show, set 30 years after, and filmed 20 years after, featuring most of the original cast. This film focuses on the Jeff Bridges character, whereas in Picture Show, it was much more split betwee his and Tim Bottoms. On its own it's good, but is also made me appreciate just how good Picture Show was. Karla: Everytime you call me "honey," there's a lie involved. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Jacy: It's ironic you broke all your ribs right before the Adam and Eve skit. I wonder what a psychiatrist would make of that. Duane: I din't break all my ribs, I just broke three. Jacy: That doesn't affect the irony honey-pie. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Duane: Somebody must be making a fortune off fertility drugs in this county. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Jacy: Gameshows are what life's really like. You win things that look great at the time but turn out to be junk, and you lose things you might want to keep forever... just because you're unlucky. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Karla: You ought not to leave me alone on days like this. I can't even get drunk. The faster I drink, the faster things happen to sober me up. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Duane Jackson: It must be ten years since I've seen you wear anything I didn't have to read. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Duane Jackson: Women have a heartless side to them, don't they? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Jacy: Are you the one I went skinny-dipping with? Duane: No, that was Lester Marlowe. Jacy: Well, I bet I was your favorite mermaid. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Lester Marlow: Marylou likes excitement. She says I'm not exciting any more. Duane: Well, it's hard to stay exciting for a whole lifetime. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Jacy: Hey, tell that woman I'll be Eve. I've got to stop being so reclusive! Causing the fall of humanity might be just the kind of challenge I need. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Sonny Crawford: The pills make me feel like I got a fuzz in my head, sort of a warm fuzz... not a great feeling. I'd rather see movies in the sky. Duane: Well, maybe you ought to lay off the pills until the Centennial's over. We're all going to need our wits about us once that gets started. Sonny Crawford: I think my wits live somewhere else now. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Karla: I don't know what you've got to smile about! Duane Jackson: Well, it was either smile about nothing or cry about everything... And I didn't feel like cryin'.

Benjamin T (br) wrote: A ribald classic. What else is there to say? It IS Pasolini.

Atin G (fr) wrote: terrific noir with (i must say) one of the best detectives in the genre

Michael A (nl) wrote: Great Hammer feature.

Robbie N (us) wrote: Not much to expect from a direct to video Disney sequel. It has an usually dull storyline, as well as extremely bland characters, with the exception of the animals perhaps. The songs were a downright disappointment, as I failed to enjoy every single one of them... and really, we didn't even get a villain song? Or maybe I don't just recall it, because I really forgot most of this movie the moment I switched it off. If this was a theatrical release, I would have been a lot more harsh, but props to Disney for just keeping it a direct to video project. I would say that the animation is excellent, because most of the time it is, but I could have sworn there were a dozen times where the voices were not properly matched up to the mouths, leaving some shoddy looking scenes. It will probably entertain a child with nothing else, but for older audiences it will be one long trip to Yawnsville.