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Pistoleros (2007)

Not Rated | | Action, Comedy, Western | February 2007 (Denmark)
In this modern-day western, rumor has it that notorious gangster Frank Lowies hid millions in cash before getting tossed in the slammer. Going on little more than cryptic tattoos on a sexy stripper's body, every gunslinging scoundrel in the desert hot town of Copenhagen is on the hunt, their brows dripping with sweat and blood, and their pistols blazing in unflinchingly graphic showdowns -- but ... See full summary »

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Shaky González

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Shaky González
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Erik Holmey ... Frank Lowies
Zlatko Buric ... Ivan
Sofie Lassen-Kahlke ... Tina
Sami Darr ... Pucha
Daniell Edwards Daniell Edwards ... Sonny
Dennis Haladyn Dennis Haladyn ... Tosse-Uffe
Mustafa Ali Mustafa Ali ... Shameer
Mike Andersen Mike Andersen ... Onkel
Salah El Koussa ... Tuki
Robert Hansen ... Martin
Hector Vega Mauricio Hector Vega Mauricio ... Ramirez
Dennis Riedel Dennis Riedel ... Brian
René Dif ... Luc
Thomas Bo Larsen ... Kiosk-røver
Thure Lindhardt ... Krelle
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In this modern-day western, rumor has it that notorious gangster Frank Lowies hid millions in cash before getting tossed in the slammer. Going on little more than cryptic tattoos on a sexy stripper's body, every gunslinging scoundrel in the desert hot town of Copenhagen is on the hunt, their brows dripping with sweat and blood, and their pistols blazing in unflinchingly graphic showdowns -- but where the hell is the money?

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The mean streets of Copenhagen just got meaner.

Genres:

Action | Comedy | Western

Certificate:

Not Rated
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appealing and well produced
12 July 2010 | by rottweiller_21See all my reviews

I would have to say it's been a while since I've last seen a "shooter" movie that I've really enjoyed. On first basis, I didn't make quite much of it but after 15 minutes I realized that it is going to be an action-packed, thrilling film with a good touch of comedy to go to it. Showing the life of a danish gang through the words of a small-time thug, it gives you the feeling that you actually live the movie instead of watching it. An urban legend says that gangster Frank alongside his niece Tina, a Mexican guy called Ramirez and two brothers: Shameer and Pucha robbed a train containing 20 millions. Now, two young movie producers want to know the entire story and put it on tape. Teir sources give them entirely different stories. To top it all of, the end of the movie gives a terrible shock, another different "mini - story" shown in the credits. The acting is pretty good and the fighting and shooting scenes are well built. Overall, I give this movie a well deserved 8.


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Denmark

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Danish

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February 2007 (Denmark) See more »

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Budget:

$460,000 (estimated)
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Cut1Movie, MA Productions See more »
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