In this sequel to THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA MADRE, John Huston portrays a tequila-swigging crocodile hunter who heads into the jungles of Mexico. He has been warned that only native Indians can survive there...
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1932. The tyrannical and despotic government of President Machado has headed Cuba for seven years. The latest measure of that tyranny is the outlawing of public gatherings of more than four... See full summary »
I accidentally bought this second hand thinking it was the Michael Douglas film and only realised a week later that it wasn't the "Fatal attraction" i was intending to buy. Sadly enough, it wasn't good mistake to have made as the film was 'wishy-washy' at the best of times and i didn't really see the point to the plot itself. The dialogue was boring and the straight forward and kind of obvious despite the odd scene here-and-there trying to 'up the tempo'. The acting didn't seem to have much feeling to it but in all fairness the script seemed to give them little material to work with. If it had a little more grit and a little more suspense surrounding others effected by the actions of the leading parts, the story may have come across with more substance.
At no point was the film gripping in any respect....one best avoided. I suppose i'll be having to search for my 'bunny boiler' elsewhere!
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