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Képtalálat a következőre: „peter jackson guillermo del toro”

Képtalálat a következőre: „peter jackson guillermo del toro”

The Mexican (2001) My favorite movie of ALLLLLL time! Why?...because nothing else ever made me laugh so much or so hard!

The Mexican (2001) My favorite movie of ALLLLLL time! Why?...because nothing else ever made me laugh so much or so hard!

The Mexican is a romantic, action comedy about a man who must choose between his girlfriend or having to make a trip to Mexico to bring back a gun named the Mexican for his mob boss. The dialog is witty and the acting is very good, not Oscar worthy but with Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts and James Gandolfini, you only need their good enough to make the movie worthy of watching.

The Mexican (2001)

The Mexican is a romantic, action comedy about a man who must choose between his girlfriend or having to make a trip to Mexico to bring back a gun named the Mexican for his mob boss. The dialog is witty and the acting is very good, not Oscar worthy but with Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts and James Gandolfini, you only need their good enough to make the movie worthy of watching.

i think its so funny how every single one of these teen posts applies to my thinking. i didnt know i was that ordinary

i think its so funny how every single one of these teen posts applies to my thinking. i didnt know i was that ordinary

Maria Felix was born in Sonora, during the tempestuous time of the Mexican Revolution in 1914. She was better known for her roles in the Mexican Golden age of Film, during the 1940s and the 1950s. With an eyebrow perpetually raised she portrayed the roles of strong willed women in movies with titles as fiery as her personality: "Juana Gallo" (Rooster Joanne), Dona Diabla (Lady Devil) & "La Mujer sin Alma" (The Woman without a Soul). Maria had a 2nd wave of films & TV appearances well in2 the…

Maria Felix was born in Sonora, during the tempestuous time of the Mexican Revolution in 1914. She was better known for her roles in the Mexican Golden age of Film, during the 1940s and the 1950s. With an eyebrow perpetually raised she portrayed the roles of strong willed women in movies with titles as fiery as her personality: "Juana Gallo" (Rooster Joanne), Dona Diabla (Lady Devil) & "La Mujer sin Alma" (The Woman without a Soul). Maria had a 2nd wave of films & TV appearances well in2 the…

Black And Brown : African Americans And The Mexican Revolution, 1910-1920 http://library.sjeccd.edu/record=b1131268~S3

Black And Brown : African Americans And The Mexican Revolution, 1910-1920 http://library.sjeccd.edu/record=b1131268~S3

In the 2001 movie The Mexican, Samantha and Winston stay at the Plaza, and Frank is killed by being thrown from one of its balconies.

In the 2001 movie The Mexican, Samantha and Winston stay at the Plaza, and Frank is killed by being thrown from one of its balconies.

Sex! Gore! Scary Monsters! Attack of the Mexican B-Movie Ads  La Calavera Chillona

Sex! Gore! Scary Monsters! Attack of the Mexican B-Movie Ads La Calavera Chillona

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