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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, AC-3, Color, DTS Surround Sound, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (DTS 5.1), French (Dolby Surround), Spanish (Dolby Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: July 17, 2012
  • Run Time: 192 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (332 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0087DFIOU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,747 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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ACADEMY AWARDr Winner Mel Gibson* steals the show - and anything else he can get his hands on - in this explosive, nonstop thrill ride packed with equal parts action and attitude! A career criminal (Gibson) pulls off the heist of a lifetime, but his getaway plans go south of the border when a high-speed car chase lands him in a hard-core Mexican prison community known as "El Pueblito." Now, in order to survive, he'll have to fend off corrupt cops, take down ruthless druglords...and team up with a streetwise ten-year-old who has a few secrets of his own!

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Mel Gibson's comeback continues with Get the Gringo, an agreeable action-adventure featuring Gibson in the title role. The disgraced actor (he also cowrote the script) has very few friends on the Hollywood A-list these days, so it's not surprising that he is one of the few known commodities associated with the film; nor will this be remembered as one of his finer efforts. But it's still an enjoyable ride--literally, as the opening shots show a wild car chase with "Driver" (Gibson) at the wheel, dressed in a clown suit and accompanied by a huge haul of cash and a dead partner in crime, in a mad dash for the Mexican border. He makes it, but is quickly set upon by Mexican cops, who take his money and throw him in jail. But this is no ordinary prison. "El Pueblito" is exactly what its name suggests: a small city where inmates' families can live with them, all manner of crime goes completely unchecked, and everyone is either on the make or on the take. Driver quickly hooks up with a 10-year-old boy who knows the ropes (and has an attractive single mom), but there are inevitable complications, including a big one involving the kid and the majordomo who runs the joint. Meanwhile, lots of folks want to get their hands on the stolen money, not least Driver himself--but while the bad guys think they're manipulating him, naturally it's the other way around, and it's in the course of the scenes where his character wrests control from them that Gibson is at his best, displaying the roguish and entirely lethal charm the actor brought to many past roles. Get the Gringo is a violent film, with a script that features some clever dialogue but a somewhat disjointed story (the heavy use of voice-over to explain things is never a good sign). Bonus material includes a short "making of" and some featurettes about the stunt work and other details. --Sam Graham

Customer Reviews

Good,action movie.
Ralph
Well written much of the story unfolds through the sarcastic narration of Gibson's character.
Mark Turner
Sit back watch this movie and just enjoy the ride!
FLORIDABOY727

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122 of 126 people found the following review helpful By HalloweenShape31 on June 8, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
With Mel Gibson doing himself no favors in the public media over the last six years, GET THE GRINGO is a much-needed reminder of why we loved him so much. While it was greatly refreshing to see Gibson on screen again in EDGE OF DARKNESS and THE BEAVER after an over- bearing eight-year absence, GET THE GRINGO does the best of capturing everything we truly loved about Gibson's performances: charm, wit, humor, edge. The script by Gibson, director Adrian Grunberg and producer Stacey Persky is an original and tight balance of humor, edge, and danger that can very easily be considered an unofficial sequel to the theatrical cut of Gibson's cult favorite, PAYBACK. While the character of GRINGO's Driver never reveals his actual name, he possesses a lot of the same qualities as PAYBACK's Porter, including a U.S. military tattoo, a chain-smoking habit, sticky fingers, an iron jaw, and a penchant for bloodshed. Grunberg's direction is also solid with an obvious love for Sam Peckinpah paraded throughout.

For those of us who endured so many years of understandable negativity towards Gibson for his personal troubles, GET THE GRINGO is the film we've long awaited. It's truly a shame this film won't be seen wide in the U.S. It would've been a better comeback vehicle than EDGE OF DARKNESS was meant to be. GET THE GRINGO practically screams, "Remember me? I'm still here, and I still got it!"

But if one thing is certain, it is that in the age of home entertainment, every good film gets discovered by an audience. Sooner or later...
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80 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Cal on June 6, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
Now THIS is how you make a proper action-thriller! "Get the Gringo" is one hell of a film; a stripped-down, gritty actioner reminiscent of the kind of dark, no-nonsense thrillers we saw back in the '70s and '80s. With so many glossy, CGI-laden blockbusters hitting screens these days, it's invigorating to see Mel Gibson - who grows more badass with each passing year - doing what he does best in his first true action-thriller since 1998's "Payback". Gibson may be controversial, but those who are open-minded enough to watch "Get the Gringo" will be rewarded with a visceral, lively motion picture featuring Gibson back at the top of his game.
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"To the untrained eye it looks as if crime pays doesn't it, but bear in mind for guys with my particular set of karmic could-be's there was bound to be a bump or two down the road." After a car chase ends with Driver (Gibson) being caught be the Mexican police he is thrown in to their prison. Able to come and go as he pleases within the town he meets a nine year old boy who fills him in on the local people and problems. Wanting to get his money back from the corrupt cops Driver also decides help the young boy and his mother. I have to admit that I am a Mel Gibson fan. His last movie, "The Beaver" was outstanding and really was in unison with his personal meltdown. This movie, while not as good as that one still has some similarities to his life. This is about a man trapped and trying to not only help himself to straighten out, but also realizing that helping others is just a fulfilling. I may be reading too much into this and it may be just me though. The only down side is that after a string of great movies like "Edge Of Darkness" and "The Beaver" this one isn't quite that caliber. This is a good and entertaining movie though, just not at that level. Overall, a movie that has the feel of an Oliver Stone type movie that is fun to watch and is entertaining as well as violent. I recommend this. I give it a B+.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By James Donnelly TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 15, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
Ah, how the mighty have fallen. Mel Gibson, once the world's highest-paid actor (after receiving an at-the-time-record-breaking $30 million payday for his role in THE PATRIOT) and beloved by millions, got drunk one night, said some bad things, was drowned in REALLY negative press (some very deservedly so), and he went from superstar to pariah in just a few weeks. And here, he's co-written his own (essentially) Direct to Video star vehicle called GET THE GRINGO, a return to form into the kind of role that made him famous: The Violent Rascal. This is the type of role he helped to create the archetype for in the LETHAL WEAPON series and that he brought to many other films as well. But his character here is a little edgier, a little darker, a little more clever if not as violent and incendiary as Martin Riggs.

The film opens with a car chase through the desert along the American/Mexican border. Two police cars are chasing a car driven by a character only known as "Driver" (Gibson). Seeing no way out on this side of the border, he crashes through the fence onto the Mexican side of the border, but it's straight out of the frying pan and into the fire as the corrupt Mexican federales see bags loaded with millions of dollars in the car and they dump Driver, obviously a career criminal, in a prison referred to El Pueblito, which is NOT like the prisons you see in The U.S. of A; in The Driver's words, "Is this a prison, or the crappiest mall on Earth?". There are non-prisoners amongst the population, such as wifes and children and some are allowed to come and go. There are also small but lucrative businesses in the prison; drugs, guns, prostitution, but also little food stands and bodegas that sell cigarettes, candy, soda pop and beer. The Driver is a man constantly on the move and on the make.
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