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A.T.M.: ¡¡A toda máquina!! (1951)

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A drifter lands a job as an officer in Mexico City's elite motorcycle police unit. Once there, he falls in love with a girl, who is also courted by his commanding officer. Both policemen ... See full summary »

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Anita
Delorice Archer ...
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Emma Rodríguez ...
Doña Angustias
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A drifter lands a job as an officer in Mexico City's elite motorcycle police unit. Once there, he falls in love with a girl, who is also courted by his commanding officer. Both policemen try to avoid this from interfering with their friendship and profession. Written by Salvador Monroy Ordaz <comitan@df1.telmex.net.mx>

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Where have all the good movies gone?
24 September 2005 | by (Monterrey, Mexico) – See all my reviews

It's rather joyful, sad, interesting and shameful to see that a movie made more than 50 years ago (in 1951) is much more appealing to see (and to see it all the way through) than those made within this year or for the past 5 years here in México.

I'm generalizing. True. But this kind of productions seem to be made with almost no effort (or budget) and still capture the attention of viewers.

Maybe because it stars two of the most sought of stars in those years: Pedro Infante and Luis Aguilar.

Maybe because Ismael Rodríguez directed it (one of the most prolific Mexican directors).

The movie sways through almost unbelievable coincidences and situations, but its two main actors charm saves whatever fault the script may have.

I'm beginning to realize I enjoy more and more old "Golden Age" Mexican movies. Like "Macario", or "Dos tipos de cuidado" (with Infante too), or "El rebozo de soledad", or the worldly acclaimed "Los olvidados" (by Luis Buñuel). It's just those types of movies you can rely on to have good heavy well rounded movie experiences.

Valdez López, Monterrey, México


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