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Midnight Family is a movie starring Fer Ochoa, Josue Ochoa, and Juan Ochoa. In Mexico City's wealthiest neighborhoods, the Ochoa family runs a private ambulance, competing with other for-profit EMTs for patients in need of urgent...

Genres
Action, Drama, Documentary, Crime
Director
Luke Lorentzen
Starring
Juan Ochoa, Josue Ochoa, Fer Ochoa

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Product details

Genres Action, Drama, Documentary, Crime
Director Luke Lorentzen
Writer Luke Lorentzen
Stars Juan Ochoa, Josue Ochoa, Fer Ochoa
Country Mexico
Also Known As Nattens änglar, Nocna rodzinka, Familia de medianoche, Urgencias en México DF, 真夜中の家族 ~密着 メキシコ民間救急車~
Runtime 1 h 21 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 In Mexico City's wealthiest neighborhoods, the Ochoa family runs a private ambulance, competing with other for-profit EMTs for patients in need of urgent help.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 10 Jun 2020 03:58

I have to agree with the other posters here on this film. I was also expecting a more realistic and less "explicit" film than this. After all, this is not a documentary, but rather a retelling of the story of the L.A. riots. However, I was left with the impression that the film was actually quite tame in some aspects. It seems to me that the filmmakers probably didn't want to give us too much information about the riots, and in some cases, they even left out key details. For example, there was a scene where the young black teen (played by Jeremy Piven) was driving to school and ran over a woman in her car. The cop in the car was never called to the scene. I can't recall if it was included in the original story. Maybe the filmmakers didn't want to include the cop in the film at all. But, to me, it would have been much more realistic if the cops were called, as they were in real life. What I also felt was that this was a more of a docudrama than a documentary. For example, we learn little about the rioters, except for their names, and that they were mostly young black males. We also learn little about the police, except that they were mostly white. All in all, I thought the film was a bit tame. But, I also felt that the director did a good job of retelling the story in a way that I would have preferred. I think that the film should have been longer. I would have preferred to have been given more background information on the rioters, especially the teenagers who were responsible for the rioting. As it is, I felt like the film was a bit more a docudrama than a documentary. It is definitely worth seeing, but it was not a documentary. Still, it was a good story that should be told.
Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020 02:28

In the 70's the movie theatre was still the only place to see a movie in the city. The most famous example of this was "My Dinner with Andre" which was a 50's film that was so well known that it was the basis of the movie "Babe". But then the movie theatre was replaced by video and the box office became a battleground. These movies were quickly made into big box office successes. But then a new era began with the rise of the Internet. Suddenly the ability to make a film without having to go through a huge budget was no longer a possibility. And these films could be done on a small budget. And these films could be made on a small budget and still make a huge profit. And this is where "Night of the Living Dead" came from. The movie was released in a very short time and became a huge hit. Now the movie theatre is no longer the place to see a movie, and so is the box office. But with the new technology comes the ability to make a great movie that can still make money. And this is where "Night of the Living Dead" comes from. I saw the movie and I really liked it. It was a very good movie, but it did not have the big impact that some movies have. There is a reason why this movie has a very low rating, and it is the story. The story is very weak and does not have enough story. The movie is about a group of people who were about to be killed in a nuclear blast. And they were saved by a man named George Romero. George Romero was a very successful director, and he knew that he could make a great movie with this story. And he did. And he made a great movie. I like this movie a lot, but it does not have the impact of some other movies. I am glad that the movie was made because it was an excellent movie. But if this movie was made today, I am sure that the box office would not be as big. I rate this movie 7 out of 10.
Monday, 08 Jun 2020 20:31

I am not a big fan of Mr. Brooks. I find his style of humor and sarcastic remarks to be a bit childish and I find his passion about politics to be a bit dull. So when I heard he was in a documentary about his life as a cowboy and the people who had been there, I was intrigued. The first half of the movie is interesting. It shows Brooks' upbringing in the 1930s, his brief stint as a cowboy, his relationship with the W.C. Fields character, his years as a minister and his conversion to the organized religion of the United Church of Christ. It also shows Brooks' relationship with his son, James, who is a successful author, actor and television personality. The second half of the film is very interesting. The story goes back to Brooks' childhood in the 1930s. His relationship with his mother, and his encounters with a group of rough and tumble teenagers. The movie goes back and forth in time, and the ending is a little unexpected. But that is the fun of this movie. It is a portrait of a man who was at the beginning of his career, but now is at the end of it. The story is fascinating and fascinating to watch, and the dialog is well done. There are some good comments about Brooks' personal life, his political views, and his career. There is also some interesting comments about the actual ranch he grew up on, which is depicted in the film. There is also a comment about the oil companies and Brooks' experience in the oil fields. All in all, this is a very good documentary, worth watching. I am giving it a 7.
Monday, 01 Jun 2020 00:06

The so-called "Culture Wars" are now playing out in the realm of "American cinema". In the 1990s, the so-called "Vietnam War" was the focus of controversy, but the "Aids" epidemic was a global phenomenon that was simply not the subject of debate. "Midnight Family" (2007) is a film that is not just about AIDS, but also about the AIDS crisis that took place in America in the 1980s. The film follows a young man, Harry, who is an orphan who is given by his grandmother, to take care of, while the grandmother is in a nursing home. One day, Harry is found by a man who has AIDS, and Harry is taken to a clinic where he meets a young man named Scott, who has AIDS himself. Harry meets Scott's wife, who is pregnant, and the two of them live in an apartment in New York City. In a very moving scene, the husband of Scott tells Harry that he has AIDS and that he needs to get the infection, and Harry agrees to do so. He injects himself with the blood of a man who has AIDS, and the rest of the film is Harry's journey to get the blood of Scott, and then to take care of Scott's wife. This film is a very well-made film that is very informative about the AIDS crisis in America in the 1980s. It also contains a very moving story of the friendship between Scott and Harry. The film is also very interesting to watch because it takes you through the stories of two people who have the same name, and the story of how one person gets the disease and the other person gets cured of it. Overall, this film is very informative about the AIDS crisis in America, and it is very good for people who are interested in the AIDS crisis. I give it a "7" out of 10.


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