"el derecho de jesús / the right of jesús" is a character driven drama in which Jesús, a Mexican-American college student tries to overcome contemporary family issues and unstable love ...
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"el derecho de jesús / the right of jesús" is a character driven drama in which Jesús, a Mexican-American college student tries to overcome contemporary family issues and unstable love relationships. His past and present eventually collide forcing him to take a stand. Written by
My friend bought this movie because the premise seem good, I wouldn't bought it simple because of the terrible cover (WTF? who the hell made it, it's so bad! ha ha), anyway, so we watched at her house. Now I'm wishing I could get back the two hours of my life that I wasted watching this trash. I'll make this as brief as I can so not to waste more precious time.
No, actually, I rather say how awful this film was. I mean, this movie was SO bad I actually felt ripped off. Even though I had seen it for free. I feel bad for my friend who bought this piece of crap film. I was furious at the waste of my time. The storyline COULD have been good, but it's not. The premise of the plot is dumb, useless, the presentation awful, the acting is awful and is an unfortunate failure in many ways, everything. The worst of them all, I think, are the painfully boring dialogs that Jesus, the main character, deliver in a lot of scenes.
In conclusion, I refuse to even comment further. I hope Jesus Galindo redeem himself by doing a less crappy film. This one should be burned, buried and forgotten. I'm miserable. I'm less of a person for seeing this. What was I thinking?
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