Simon Bolivar fought over 100 battles against the Spanish Empire in South America. He rode over 70,000 miles on horseback. His military campaigns covered twice the territory of Alexander the Great. His army never conquered -- it liberated.
During Christmas time in Caracas, a woman (Yotama) holds up a restaurant. She takes three persons (Emilio, Manuel and Lucia) hostage in their apartment. Day by day Emilio, an old musician ... See full summary »
Luis Armando Roche
From absolute poverty to absolute power! "El Don" is the saga of a common man with uncommonly fierce ambition who rises to rule an empire of unspeakable evil only to discover that the love he thought he had forgotten still rules what is left of his heart.
Upon moving into a new house, a pair of newlyweds find the place haunted by a couple of ghosts utterly intent on keeping their familiar resting place out of the hands of the pair and try to force them to leave through whatever means possible.
While this Mexican affair is more comedy than straight-up horror, this is still a pretty funny affair and has enough to like about it. The fact that the ghosts tend to resort to means of extreme physical comedy to get the couple out of the house, from spying on them in various different states, altering the purpose of different items around the house to drive them crazy, appearing as ordinary people to disrupt the different activities performed around the house and all the confusion they cause by interacting with everyone else, which makes this one just insanely funny at times especially when they force the couple to keep the other from knowing what's going on, resulting in some great fun. While it does have some rather lame attempts at empathy late in the film, it's just enough to knock it slightly down from the top.
Rated R: Language, Nudity and Mild Violence
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