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.
TAITA BOVES chronicles a thirst for revenge that devastated a country. It tells the true story of Jose Tomás Boves, a cruel man who became a legend during the Venezuelan War of Independence... See full summary »
Luis Alberto Lamata
Santiago Miranda¸ an actor representing Bolivar in a television series¸ leaves furious recording because it disagrees with the scripts they oblige die Bolívar¸ against the wall. Between the... See full summary »
In 1856, a whaler arrives in Paita, Peru; on board is Herman Melville, who is astonished to learn that Manuela Sáenz, for eight years the lover of Simón Bolívar, is still alive. He calls on... See full summary »
I went to the cinema with my girlfriend since she wanted to watch this movie. I'm Venezuelan and I have to sincerely admit that this movie is pretty terrible... The costumes, the acting, the screenplay, everything was terrible and poorly done. The main actor, Jorge Reyes did a decent job as well as some other actors, but overall the acting was terrible and very predictable. We can see later in the movie the actor Danny Glover, but I don't know if he was the right choice for his role, since he only appeared about 2 minutes in the whole movie.
Overall I give this movie a 4 ranking out of 10, I didn't liked it but I guess some people will do.
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