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Atolladero (1995)

In the near future, the areas between major cities are lawless wastelands. Atolladero is a town run with an iron fist by a corrupt tyrant named The Judge and his murderous enforcer, Madden.... See full summary »

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1 win & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Pere Ponce ... Lenny
... Madden
... Nick
... Sal
Carlos Lucas ... Stampy
Pep Molina ... Benito
Xevi Collellmir ... Juez
Mònica Van Campen ... Darlene
Ion Gabella ... Vince
Emilio Muñoz ... Indio (as Emilio Munoz)
Benito Pocino ... Lugareño
Oriol Tramvia ... Predicador
Termes Lluis ... Billy
... India
... Sra. Hannises
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In the near future, the areas between major cities are lawless wastelands. Atolladero is a town run with an iron fist by a corrupt tyrant named The Judge and his murderous enforcer, Madden. One decent cop decides to leave town, but the powers that be don't want that and go after him. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Sci-Fi | Western

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October 1995 (Spain)  »

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2.35 : 1
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Félix Rotaeta died during filming. A double was used in several scenes where his face is not seen. His character's voice was also dubbed to keep continuity. However, midway through the movie he starts to speak with his own voice until the death of his character. See more »

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'A Félix, que no nació para envejecer' See more »

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Haunting low-key Sci-Fi Spaghetti Western
8 June 1999 | by See all my reviews

"Atolladero" (name of a small southern town) takes place in the middle of the 21st century where a few (very few) decent people are surrounded by loads of vile and corrupt men (on both sides of the law). One good cop wants to get out of this bleak and wretched place and of course everybody wants to hunt him down. The 150-year old (!) Judge controls everybody and his major evil henchman is Iggy Pop (in his biggest role to date - he's dubbed in Spanish, though). The pace of the movie recalls "Dead Man" and the few but neatly done computergraphics suits the film. Everybody's wearin' cool outfits - no futuristic fashion statements here. And no technocrap soundtrack; Iggy did the titlesong and the rest is pure Ennio Morricone influenced. This "Django meets Mad Max" tale is visually haunting and should not be missed even though the ending is a kind of a letdown.


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