The Children of Sanchez

The Children of Sanchez

Hall Bartlett directs the rural drama The Children of Sanchez, based on the tome The Children of Sanchez: Autobiography of a Mexican Family written by Oscar Lewis in the '60s. Anthony Quinn stars as the widowed Jesus Sanchez, a poor farmer struggling to provide for his family in Mexico City. Also starring Lupita Ferrer as Consuelo and Stathis Giallelis as Roberto. This is the last film in the 50-year career of international star Dolores del Rio, who plays the Grandma. Jazz-pop performer Chuck Mangione was nominated for a Golden Globe and won a Grammy award for his original musical score.

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Margaret P (br) wrote: It really was a surprise to watch such a funny comedy-like love story. Judging from former films directed by Derek Yee, this one to me just like a jack-in-the-box, you can't say it is good or bad. Only it's dfferent, quite in a good way. I like the way Lau Chingwan acted, better than Tony Leung.

Private U (br) wrote: One of the best films to portray a true story!

Andrew L (it) wrote: It's a watchable film with Affleck's best ever performance in a career of countless duds. However, like a Michael Moore documentary, this film only serves to inform us of what we already know and raises a load of serious questions without reaching any conclusions. Ultimately then this film doesn't stand out amongst other mystery thrillers and will most likely sink from memory.

Mike D (de) wrote: A fairly odd film but that's what you expect from Terry Gilliam.

Alex V (fr) wrote: esperando la 3era parte...

Kylie A (br) wrote: very sad but extremely interesting

Brandon W (ag) wrote: Simple cheesy light hearted comedy

John B (es) wrote: What a train wreck. I couldn't take my eyes off of this piece. I can't believe that this woman still has any political support. Proves that someone will admire someone merely for the fact of being famous.

Roman L (ca) wrote: If you like twisted dystopian movies - that is IT. Pure profit. Acting is perfect. It's a love drama, but not the one you will watch with a date. Very dark and gloomy with no happy end. From the guy who directed Romper Stomper.

Aaron G (ag) wrote: Goes too far with the violence for me to ever want to see again.

Robbie P (gb) wrote: This movie is near flawless and even after 24 years it still stands out as one of the best sci-fi films ever made. The extended special edition only adds more extended scenes and a few cut scenes to an already great film but the added footage does flesh out the characters more but proved unnecessary for the theatrical cut of which trimmed over 15 minutes of footage down to a 136 minute release. This extended cut as I like to call it is what I remember enjoying most because it was exclusive when first released on pioneer laserdisc and vhs special edition cuts. The extended footage had some extremely impressive special effects Stan Winston pulled off including using the real life twin of actor Linda Hamilton. This scene alone was worth the extra money for this cut. Anyway sit back and enjoy an extended cut of your favorite terminator movie :) you won't be disappointed.

Robert C (it) wrote: I commited to this film as a Bava fan, but I would not subject anyone other then another Bava fan to sitting through it. Aside from a great location, sets, costumes and music...there is not a whole lot of positive things to say about this film. Not sure if it was the bad writing, editing, acting or a combination of all three...but this was very hard to sit through.

Kurt H (nl) wrote: The most expensive movie the studio made that year, but it doesn't work overall. A romance set against a backdrop of international turmoil, ala Casablanca, but not nearly as good. Obvious overdubbing to tell the story is needed, but falls short of intersting drama. Melodramatic, although beautiful Ava Gardner holds interest, but not enough. Train wreck scene is fantastic, and the Ghandi cameo is shocking. Should be redone now, good story, bad translation.

V S (kr) wrote: Classic comedy. The best of the Road pictures.

Kevin R (gb) wrote: If you go, you go voluntarily. You might not come back.An American submarine is sent into Tokyo Bay to scout for key destinations to bomb during an anticipated air raid. The crew is led by a captain on his last mission and the crew contains a bunch of young men barely ready for this caliber of mission. Can the Captain go out on top or will the Japanese discover the Americans and send them to the bottom of the ocean? "I heard the Japs are happy to die for their emperor. A lot of them are going to be very happy."Delmar Daves, director of An Affair to Remember, Dark Passage, Dames, 3:10 to Yuma (1957), Broken Arrow (1950), and a Kiss in the Dark, delivers Destination Tokyo in his directorial debut. The storyline for this picture is fairly interesting but does contain some of the clich submarine conversations and feel. The acting is definitely first rate as the cast includes Cary Grant, John Garfield, Alan Hale, Dane Clarke, and William Prince."I got the record changer all hooked up.""So I hear."I DVR'd this picture because it starred the great Cary Grant. I found this film fairly straight forward with some intense bombing scenes. The dialogue and characters were not as dynamic as I had hoped and for the most part, this film is just okay. I only recommend going out of your way to see this if you are a fan of Cary Grant."You may all join me in a silent prayer."Grade: C+/B- (6.75)

Damian M (mx) wrote: Didn't I just review this movie?

Daniel P (ca) wrote: a classic, simple and fun to watch.

Albert Z (es) wrote: My favorite movie of all time. ? Epic in every way.

Calvin R (nl) wrote: Another mindless Saw film that just plain out fails. Although the little twist at the end wasn't that bad, but again the repetiveness, and bad performances is what really tortured the originality out of this film.

F B (fr) wrote: Average film with reasonable story and easy to follow and understand. Predictable outcome easily guessed from about 20 minutes into the film.