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Museo is a movie starring Gael García Bernal, Simon Russell Beale, and Lynn Gilmartin. In 1985, a group of criminals mock the security of the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City to extract 140 pre-Hispanic pieces from...

Drama, Crime
Alonso Ruizpalacios, Alonso Ruizpalacios
Lynn Gilmartin, Simon Russell Beale, Gael García Bernal, Ilse Salas

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Genres Drama, Crime
Director Alonso Ruizpalacios, Alonso Ruizpalacios
Writer Manuel Alcalá, Alonso Ruizpalacios
Stars Lynn Gilmartin, Simon Russell Beale, Gael García Bernal, Ilse Salas
Country Mexico
Also Known As Muzeum, Museum, Muziejus, Museo - Folle rapina a Città del Messico, Müze, Ληστεία στο μουσείο, Museu
Runtime 2 h 8 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Juan and Benjamín, who are well into their thirties, do not seem to be prompt to finish their university degree in veterinary. As if that was not enough, they are not so keen to fly the nest any time soon either. Thirsty of some long and much sought-after renown, one ill fated Christmas Eve they decide to loot the iconic National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico.

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Thursday, 28 May 2020 20:18

The directorial debut of Academy Award nominee W.E.B DuBois, Museo is a stunning film that has been compared to "Midnight Cowboy". DuBois' other film, about an Indian reservation, was the first black man to win the Oscar for Best Picture. A man named Walter Sims (Bill Pullman) lives on the reservation, and seems to be the only one of his kind. He is rich and he lives in a nice house, but he is nothing more than a boring, uninteresting man. In the beginning of the film, we see Walter as a man who is almost devoid of any feelings. He lives his life in solitude, but the scenery he looks at is very beautiful. The camera is his main mode of expression, and he uses it to great effect. His life is far from idyllic, but it is still beautiful. His main form of expression is his camera, and the film is a visual feast. It is not a boring film, and I think that DuBois is the director who deserves the credit for making this film so memorable. The plot is fairly straightforward, and you know what is going to happen at the end. The film is divided into chapters, and I think that this makes the film very interesting. There is some good acting from the whole cast. There are also some strong female performances. The film also features some great cinematography, and the cinematography is the most important part of the film. DuBois' use of camera is very powerful. The camera is his main mode of expression, and the film is an amazing visual feast. This film was so impressive that I was tempted to say that this is one of the best films ever made, and I'm still not ready to do that. This is one of the best films of the 1990s, and I think that it deserves to be recognized as such. It's not the most visually exciting film of all time, but it is still a very good film. 7/10
Thursday, 16 Apr 2020 05:53

Based on a true story, this is a gritty portrayal of a period in Mexico that featured extreme poverty, crime, and rebellion. In a more positive direction, the film focuses on a priest who is haunted by his experiences as a young man in the drug trade. The priest, Miguel Arcos, is believable as a conflicted man, whose history with drugs is a matter of public record. Also, the film is interesting in the depiction of how the police react to a drug-related murder, rather than immediately jumping to the conclusion that the victim was responsible. There are several issues with the film that could have been better handled. First, the film is more concerned with a priest who is becoming an informant than a man who is killed by a gang of drug dealers. This is not a movie that is trying to push the envelope of realism. However, the movie has some serious issues with its execution. It could have been more interesting to develop the relationship between Arcos and his mentor, but the film simply wants to focus on Arcos and his experiences in the drug trade. The final scenes with the priest are pretty cool, but the film has a few weak points in its writing and directing. The last scene in the film, which is about the murder of a young girl, has the film use this as a big dramatic point. The film could have been more interesting to show the teacher's reaction to the murder, instead of his reaction to it. In fact, the scene was so bad that I nearly turned it off, but I decided to keep watching. This scene was a major problem in the film. Also, the film is slow to get started. There are a lot of scenes that drag on, and this doesn't help the film. The film is mostly well done, but it is slow and the acting is wooden. Overall, this is a good film, but it is lacking in its execution. This film would have been a better film if the story had been developed more thoroughly, and the ending was a bit more shocking. Also, the film would have been a lot better if the student had not been introduced at the end. The student's behavior was odd and it did not fit in with the rest of the movie. Overall, this is a good film, but it is lacking in execution and the execution is a little weak.

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