Cinco de Mayo: The Battle (2013)
Cinco de Mayo, La Batalla chronicles the story of Mexico's Battle of Puebla, the most important battle in Mexico's history. When the unbeatable French army invades Mexico to set up a monarchy, General Ignacio Zaragoza played by Kuno Becker (Goal!, From Prada to Nada), must defend the city of Puebla, commanding a poorly armed and outnumbered troop of men. Meanwhile, two young Mexican lovers manage to find love amidst the chaos of war. Cinco de Mayo, La Batalla chronicles the bravery of a people pushed to the limit, fighting for their nation, their families and their pride. (c) Lionsgate … More
- R (for battle violence and some language)
- Horror , Art House & International , Special Interest
- Directed By:
- Rafa Lara , Paul Ragsdale
- Written By:
- Angelica De Alba , Paul Ragsdale , Rafael Lara
- In Theaters:
- May 3, 2013 Limited
- On DVD:
- Oct 14, 2013
- Box Office:
as General Ignacio Zara...
as Doña Soledad
as Juan Osorno
as Conde De Lorencéz
as General Prim
as Teniente Fauvet
as Juan Nepomuceno Almo...
as General Leonardo Már...
as Eiffel Tower
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Half of the movie is a excuse for a cheap romance between fake characters. The other half is gore, noise and chaos. The camera work seems to have been done by a guy with Parkinsons.
Overall, this movie is like a war: Feels endless, you don't know what the hell is happening, who is winning, and you only stay there to see if your side won.
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