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Ver Charged: The Eduardo Garcia Story

Charged: The Eduardo Garcia Story is a movie starring Eduardo Garcia, Jennifer Jane, and Manuel Garcia. Charged with 2400 volts of electricity, Eduardo Garcia lost an arm, ribs, muscle mass and nearly his life, but more important...

Action, Documentary, Adventure, Biography
Phillip Baribeau
Eduardo Garcia, Jennifer Jane, Eugenio Garcia, Manuel Garcia

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Genres Action, Documentary, Adventure, Biography
Director Phillip Baribeau
Stars Eduardo Garcia, Jennifer Jane, Eugenio Garcia, Manuel Garcia
Country Mexico, USA
Runtime 1 h 26 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 Charged with 2400 volts of electricity, Eduardo Garcia lost an arm, ribs, muscle mass and nearly his life, but more important than what he lost is what he found.

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Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020 07:42

The last few years have been hard on Eduardo Garcia, the man behind the success of the Mexican-American hip hop group El Chapo and its prolificly produced music videos. At the same time, his life has been beset by other personal demons, a drug addiction that cost him much of his life savings and a mental health crisis that kept him in a psychiatric ward for a year. El Chapo's Rise and Fall: A Film About the Drug Lord El Chapo Guzman has seen a tremendous amount of hype over the years. But the reality is that the film is just another story about a drug lord, a story that's been told many times before. This isn't a bad thing, however, because the film is different and it's telling a different story. There are no obvious heroes, no back-stories of the great and the good, just a simple, raw look at what El Chapo has been up to since his release from prison. El Chapo was born into a very poor family, which had to leave Mexico and go to the U.S. in order to find work. He was a quick learner in terms of the criminal world and became a successful Mexican drug lord in no time at all. It's not often that we get to see the drug lords of Mexico, but when we do it's usually from the point of view of an outsider, like El Chapo. The film doesn't tell you that El Chapo was a drug lord, it shows you how he was born into his family. The film shows you how he grew up in a Mexican village, how he was turned into a drug lord and how he was born to be a criminal. The film follows him from childhood to his early manhood, showing the darkness and light inside his soul. El Chapo has been portrayed by many different actors, from Michael Douglas to Kevin Costner. This film was directed by none other than Quentin Tarantino. We have to agree, the man is a genius. El Chapo is not just another film, it's a true story of a man, a drug lord, and a family. It's not easy to follow this film, but it's hard to fault the film for that. If you're interested in this film, you should definitely see it. It's well worth it.
Sunday, 26 Apr 2020 09:34

The Eduardo Garcia story is a well-made, well-documented, and meticulously made documentary that chronicles the life and career of Eduardo Garcia, a Cuban-born, wealthy oil magnate who led a life of luxury, but who left Cuba for the United States in 1980. Garcia's life in the United States is an incredible story that is not for the faint of heart. His first name is Eduardo, and he was known as "Eduardo" throughout the entire country, but it wasn't until 1980 that his true name was officially changed to Eduardo Garcia. He was born in Cuba to a family of Spanish descent. As a child, Eduardo attended a school in a poor neighborhood and later attended a private school in the Bronx. After high school, he earned a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Texas, but his poor educational background gave him little chance of being able to follow his dream of becoming a business tycoon. At the age of thirty, Eduardo decided to leave Cuba to pursue a career in the United States. He arrived in New York City in 1976 and set up a business in the clothing industry, with the help of his brother, and in 1977 he opened a clothing store, in one of the poorest parts of the Bronx, called "The Village," in order to earn money. He soon began to sell his first products in New York, and by the early 1980s he was the second-largest clothing manufacturer in New York, behind only Ralph Lauren. Although he didn't achieve the success he had hoped for, he did make some good money and started to build up a business empire. However, in 1988, after he had lost his country, and his business in the United States was considered a failure, he was forced to leave the United States. In the early 1990s, Eduardo Garcia decided to go back to Cuba to help his family. In 1992, he returned to Cuba, and began a journey that took him to Miami and other places in the United States. He has also traveled to Cuba to visit relatives and friends, but he also visited a number of famous Cuban artists in Havana, such as Caballero, and bought real estate in Miami, Miami Beach, and Miami. In 1999, he purchased an old hotel in Miami Beach, which was used as a nightclub, and for a time it was being used as a recording studio for local musicians. During this time, Eduardo Garcia also became a television personality in Cuba, and in 2006, he established a satellite television station, called "Cuba Info," which airs Cuban-language music, news, and gossip programs. "Eduardo Garcia's Story" is an excellent documentary about the life of Eduardo Garcia, and I highly recommend it.
Friday, 27 Mar 2020 12:45

Eduardo Garcia's arrest in South Africa was one of the most contentious episodes in the history of South Africa, which saw him charged with war crimes, including the murder of over 1,000 black men and boys during the anti-apartheid struggle. It was only after his release that Garcia was allowed to set foot in South Africa, and he was able to return to his homeland and work as a railway worker. This film focuses on his life from the time he was arrested in 1979 until his return to South Africa in 1991, and its purpose is to show the events leading up to his arrest and the events leading up to his release. It shows how his family, his political opponents, and the various governments in South Africa tried to silence him, and how he was able to clear his name. It also shows how his supporters helped him in his efforts to gain his freedom. The film is very well-made, and there is a lot of interesting information to be had about his time in prison, his political trials, his political release, and his life afterward. The scenes are very well-shot, and some of the photography is stunning. The acting is also excellent, especially from Garcia himself. He does a very good job, and he's certainly one of the best of the best South African actors at the moment. The only thing that I found a little disappointing was the limited amount of time that was shown of the trials that he was convicted of. I would have preferred to have seen more of his trial. Overall, this is a very well-made and interesting documentary, and it deserves more attention than it received. 9/10.

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