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WILL THE MAGIC OF AN ANCIENT CULTURE TRIUMPH OVER AN EVIL OF MODERN CIVILIZATION! March 10, 2002 LOS ANGELES TIMES THE WORLD Mexico Captures Tijuana Drug Lord Narcotics: The arrest, and the recent death of another Arellano Felix leader, could spark a power struggle within and outside the cartel. By CHRIS KRAUL, TIMES STAFF WRITER MEXICO CITY -- Declaring one of the world's most powerful drug gangs "dismantled," Mexican authorities announced the capture of Tijuana drug mobster Benjamin Arellano Felix on Saturday while confirming the death of his brother Ramon in a police shootout last month. The blows to the Tijuana cartel are significant because it is thought to control a quarter of all cocaine entering the United States from Mexico. Both brothers were on the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration's most-wanted list and carried $2-million bounties for their arrests. "Competing Mexican drug cartels are destroying each other ... and that's where 'Warrior' begins ..." ... with ...
You have read, I'm sure, of the theory that movies can be so bad that they are good. The logical extension of that premise would posit that beyond a certain point, the worse the film, the better it is. This is a classic example.
It is, in fact, so bad that I have mentally placed it in the Top 10 films I have seen in the past year, along with Adaptation, Minority Report, The Two Towers, and the other better known candidates.
It may be the best comedy of the year. It's just a delightfully loopy entertainment that will have you howling out loud throughout the film. In its own way, it's a funnier film than Blazing Saddles, although perhaps it did not intend to be.
My only reservation in recommending it is that it may not be as funny if your mind is not ... um ... completely relaxed ... if you catch my drift.
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