As generic as the title, this historical drama spares no cliche in depicting Mexico's Cristero War of the late 1920.
If this moron reviewer had any talent or skill at this job, he would be with a paper that actually CHARGED for their periodical. Even for FREE they have a 2% return rate. I feel like he and I saw two different movies.
Jun 1 - 08:41 PM
Surprising someone could write this when the audience I sat with didn't leave their seats until the credits were complete. Some leaving in tears they were moved so much by the film.
Jun 1 - 10:52 PM
Had the same exact experience. I just wish there was a bigger audience but my girlfriend cried the entire time. Very moving and you really get to feel for the characters. Nobody left till after the credits- very nice credits i might add
Jun 4 - 02:15 AM
Couldn't even give it credit for subject matter in this time of peril for religous freedom? Gee, could this revieweer be a typical Hollywood bigot?
Jun 5 - 10:40 AM
Jun 15 - 07:01 AM
Every person I have spoken with has LOVED this movie. When I saw so many negative reviews I hesitated to go until I read one reviewer that I trusted. I listened to the author the other morning on a radio show and he said 95% of the movie is historically accurate. The secular world is either blind or they do not want anyone to go see this movie. (If they flag this as spam, don't believe it.)
Jun 5 - 09:09 PM
The movie was outsanding. Only the left wing liberal religious bigots would criticize it. One of the best movies I have ever seen and fairly accurate historically.
Jul 14 - 08:16 AM
Is it a cliche if it happened that way?
Oct 27 - 09:48 AM
Neto Arteaga Cote
Guys, forget religion and historical accuracy. As a movie this SUCKED. I'm not trying to be a jerk about this, I know it "touched" or "moved" people but some of the acting, the script and the montage had me laughing from beginning to end. Thank god I didn't pay to see it, I would have been pissed.
Nov 6 - 05:15 AM