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Sangre De Mi Sangre

Not Rated In Theaters 05/16/2008 , 111min.
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56%
Critic score based on 12 reviews

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May 26, 2010
Majo4
I LOVED this movie, I saw it yesterday and I can't stop thinking about the movie. I wanted to see more though, what happened when the old man found out his real son was killed, and what was his reaction ? Would he hate the boy he thought he was his son, or was the bond there already ? I think he would hate him. I loved the junkie in the film, great acting on everyones part , especially the one
June 02, 2008
love11421
PLEASE DONT READ THIS!!! U WILL GET KISSED AT THE NEAREST POSSIBLE FRIDAY BY THE LOVE OF UR LIFE HOWEVER IF U DONT PPOST THIS ON AT LEAST THREE VIDEOS U WILL DIE IN 2 DAYS NOW THAT UV STARTED READIN DONT SPOT NOW. THIS IS SO SCARY SEND THIS TO AT LEAST 5 VIDEOS IN143 MINUTES AND UR CRUSHES NAMES WILL APPEAR ON THE SCREEN IN BIG LETTERS THIS IS SO SCARY CAUSE IT ACTUALLY WORKS

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Chicago Tribune
The acting is impeccable, with Hernandez radiating an air of sleazy charm and Ochoa doing terrific work as a bitter man who's just lonely enough to have chinks in his well-developed armor. Full Review
David Edelstein
New York Magazine
Zalla, a graduate of Columbia's film school, is talented and single-minded. He needs to lighten up, literally. He frames his characters to bring out all their sweaty desperation, and his palette is dark with splashes of muddy brown; even the street scenes look as if they were shot in a dungeon. Full Review
J. Hoberman
Village Voice
The result is contrived, but compelling--as is the movie's high-powered humanism. Full Review
Joe Neumaier
New York Daily News
The movie shows the city as both an intimidating and enticing place for new arrivals, but ultimately gets bogged down in the cliched split destinies and intentions of its main characters. Full Review
Kevin Thomas
Los Angeles Times
Intricately and imaginatively structured, building to a powerful climax of complex irony. Full Review

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