From Dusk Till Dawn [Blu-ray + Digital HD]
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My jaw dropped. And I couldn't stop thinking about "why the hell doesn't this movie get the respect it deserves?!". It is BADASS. Fantastic actors picked for the perfect roles, crazy plot twists, sucker-punch action scenes, authentic set design, music choice, and the best exotic dancing scene of all time... Oh wow.
People like Tarantino and Rodriguez never cease to amaze my senses. I won't spoil anything... Once you watch this movie, you will own it. No! It will own you. Forever.
Oh and the movie was awesome too. Lots of blood, action, green stuff and an excellent cast!
Mixing "Pulp Fiction" (1994) with "The Lost Boys" (1987) and "The Evil Dead" (1981), "From Dusk Till Dawn" pulsates with hip energy and flair. Clooney shines in his first feature film as the antagonist-turned-protagonist. Salma Hayek's dance routine is jaw-dropping and iconic. The movie blends weighty spirituality with extreme irreverence, violence, gore and comic booky evil for a highly entertaining flick. It’s not scary at all; but it’s fun and thrilling, with thoughtful dialog.
ADDITIONAL CAST: Tom Savini, Fred Williamson, Danny Trejo, Michael Parks, John Saxon and Kelly Preston.
The film runs 108 minutes and was shot in Barstow, Lancaster and Los Angeles, California; Chihuahua, Mexico; Redmond and Seattle, Washington.
so it is less than a rental disk. The sound track is bad so that about half the dialogue is unintelligible
so it is actually worthless without subtitles to read what is being said. I feel like the victim
of fraud rather than a satisfied owner.