Bandidas

Bandidas

DVD - 2006
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Two Mexican outlaws, Sara and Maria, are determined to avenge the deaths of their fathers by seizing the ill-gotten gains of a robber baron.
Publisher: Beverly Hills, Calif. : Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, c2006
Branch Call Number: DVD Drama / Bandi 3558
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (92 min.) :,sd., col. ;,12 cm., in container

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raymind
Aug 22, 2017

. This one is like a TV episode.
. Dramatic , but with some humor .

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brownwilliam
Jul 16, 2014

Bandidas a very entertaining thought provoking exotic movie.Salma Hayek and Penelope Cruz did there best to capture your attention they are one of the best at luring you into there trap.Salma Hayek can cast a spell on you just on her charm alone.Penelope Cruz her beauty can throw you off because she is a very good actress.Bandidas is a outstanding movie I recommend the movie.

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lukasevansherman
Nov 06, 2013

This should've won like 8 Oscars. Cruz and Hayek should do every film together.

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jimg2000
Apr 25, 2013

Shamelessly entertaining and several LOL scenes. From rotten tomatoes super reviewer Clintus Maximus: Bandidas is unrepentant fun. Salma Hayek and Penelope Cruz begin as opposites in a familiar western theme of revenge against the greedy out to murder, steal, and swindle their land. Initially distrustful of each other, fate soon unites the two feminine heroines against the unscrupulous Tyler Jackson (Dwight Yoakam), ultimately prevailing in this swashbuckling action comedy. This film is multiculturalism at its funniest; it's a joint French/Mexican/American production starring the Spanish Cruz, the Mexican Hayek, filmed by two Norwegian directors, shot in Mexico. The movie is over the top all the way. It features bank robbery basic training, pratfalls galore, banjos, ice skates, and even "Matrix-y" type slow-mo action. This is the funniest western since Shanghai Noon, but it didn't have catfights. Veteran comedic comrade Steve Zahn is hilarious as the crime scene expert who joins forces with the bad girl robin hoods. Watching his "seduction "scene with Cruz and Hayek, I concluded that he must be the luckiest man in the history of motion pictures! These leading ladies complement each other like more traditional action duos. You root for them, knowing they'll triumph in the end. They're a dynamic pair alright, and I'm not just talking about their epic chests! In the end, they ride off into the sunset, their legend only to increase.

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RAJESH, KUMAR RAY
Jan 12, 2011

Not at all watchable, boring

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