Jerry Welbach, a reluctant bagman, has been given two ultimatums: The first is from his mob boss to travel to Mexico and retrieve a priceless antique pistol, known as "the Mexican"... or suffer the consequences. The second is from his girlfriend Samantha to end his association with the mob. Jerry figures alive and in trouble with Samantha is better than the more permanent alternative, so he heads south of the border.
Who’s up for a sensual, seductive trip with some of the hottest Latin men that have ever graced the Silver Screen? ‘Mexican Men’ collects five of the most accomplished gay shorts from one of the homes of groundbreaking queer cinema. From short encounters, emerging love stories and deeply touching connections, these short films are sure to stir the heart….and body. Featuring Trémulo, Young Man at the Bar Masturbating with Rage and Nerve, Wandering Clouds, To Live, and Atmosphere. Films directed by Julián Hernández or Roberto Fiesco.
The student politics in a government college has for long revolved around the students' organisation KSQ. Subhash and Paul attempts to change the political scenario by launching a new movement called SFY based on their ideologies.
Johnny Sun is a Mexican American with a white mother and Mexican dad. He witnesses his parents murder and gets his revenge years later, leading to a hard life as a gangster in drugs and smuggling. He tries to keep his borther from the life and finds himself fending for his own life.
In the dusty little town of Furlough in Texas, an animal is slaughtering the cattle and the locals. When the teenager Tommy is killed, their friends Anna Furlough, her Mexican-American boyfriend Miguel Gonzalez, Jill Gillespie and Rosie finds that a Mexican werewolf Chupacabra is the killer and they plot a plan to kill the beast.
Flama and Moko are fourteen years old; they have been best friends since they were kids. They have everything they need to survive yet another boring Sunday: an apartment without parents, videogames, porn magazines, soft drinks and pizza delivery.
Speedy Gonzales' lethargic cousin, Slowpoke Rodriguez, comes to visit Speedy's hacienda, to the delight of Sylvester Cat, who is confident he will be able to catch Slowpoke for dinner.
Newlyweds Dennis and Carmelita have several obstacles to deal with in their new marriage: Carmelita's fiery Latin temper, a meddling aunt and a conniving ex-fiancee who's determined to break up their marriage.
Ramon avenges his brother's murder and kills the Baxter Family. The surviving Slim Baxter joins for his revenge a troubled gang, which has also a lot to settle with Ramon. Source: SWDB www.spaghetti-western.net
Two con men selling phony stock flee to Mexico ahead of the law, where they run into a woman friend from their earlier days, who is now a bullfighter.
After Moishe's death, family and friends sit Shiva in Mexico City. During seven days, secrets will be disclosed.
A shaman’s mystical invocations, a protest of furious electricians on a hunger strike and a euphoric football crowd collide in the Zócalo of Mexico City, the country’s central square and ancient ceremonial heart of the Aztec empire. Mitote (Nahuatl for chaos or celebration) transforms the plaza into a wrestling ring, where national commemorations, postmodern rituals and the remains of pre-Hispanic culture clash to the beat of a country enraged.
A beautiful woman must perform feats of bravery in order to inherit a $28 million fortune and win the man she loves.
Antonio (Ricky Mergold) is a 16 year old boy from a village in the Mexican province, living the awakening of consciousness with the intensity of the contradictions that surround him: a dogmatic religion, mediocre educational institutions, corrupt politicians an a society full of conformity. His life changes when a young teacher with a genuine desire to teach their students comes to the town, a guide that encourages them to live with dignity and to be critical of the world around them. This story is full of drama and misadventures, which Antonio lives without proper orientation and promiscuity.
Eisenstein shot 50 hours of footage on location in Mexico in 1931 and 32 for what would have become ¡Que viva México!, but was not able to finish the film. Following two wildly different reconstruction attempts in 1939 (Marie Seton's 'Time in the Sun') and 1979 (Grigori Alexandrov's '¡Que viva México!') Kovalov has here compiled another hypothetical version of what Eisenstein's film might have been.
In 1910, Mexican patriots are preparing an uprising against the dictatorship of Diaz. To the revolutionary junta joins young Philip Rivera, whose father and mother have been assassinated by actors of the regime. The hour of uprising nears, but the rebels face a paucity of weapons. Taking on the task of finding the necessary amount of money, Rivera decided to fight in the ring against the strongest boxer of America. Based on the Jack London story.
The fifth entry (of eight) in the "Mexican Spitfire" comedy series finds the characters causing mayhem on an ocean voyage.