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Miss Bala

An action-dramatic movie that follows a Latin-American makeup artist named Gloria. Suzu is Gloria's best friend who lives in Mexico. Gloria decided to visit her but she didn't know that it would be a bad visit. Both of them enter a dangerous plot with a group of gunmen and they have to fight to save themselves.
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Splice Today
February 17, 2019 Yet another story of an American with no experience as a criminal going down to Mexico, battling toe-to-toe with dangerous, murderous drug dealers, and coming out on top.
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The List
February 25, 2019 A tough, female-led thriller from the director of Twilight sounds great on paper; unfortunately, the lack of nous in Miss Bala's politics runs the film smack into a big brick wall.
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Film Inquiry
February 17, 2019 An action movie without suspense, a message without meaning; Catherine Hardwicke presents a contrived Hollywood adaptation you can probably live without.
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Chicago Reader
February 07, 2019 Miss Bala offers a self-flattering vision of American strength, as one focused gun-toting gal strikes a blow for her gender while cleaning up a skirmish in the ongoing war on drugs.
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February 01, 2019 Hardwick's film is gleefully entertaining in a B-movie kind of way, zesty yet also corny at times....For those who go along for the wild, undemanding ride, it makes for a good Friday night action flick.
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New York Magazine/Vulture
February 01, 2019 The souped-up plot is certainly indigestible, and there's a steady stream of bad laughs, but something genuinely frightening comes through: a woman's sense of disempowerment by men on all sides of the law.
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Willamette Week
February 25, 2019 The most memorable part of Miss Bala is when "Los Ageless" by St. Vincent plays during a party scene. That rules. The rest of the film, sadly, does not.
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February 02, 2019 [A]lthough the lead character's arc remains troubled and conflicted, the ending makes her seem more like a superhero than the material warrants.
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Rolling Stone
February 19, 2019 This Hollywoodized remake is mostly generic and uninspired, but it also proves that Rodriguez has the makings of a true movie star.
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Chicago Sun-Times
February 01, 2019 Anyone thinking about plunking down the bucks to check out "Miss Bala" this weekend: You DEFINITELY deserve better than this.
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Crooked Marquee
February 19, 2019 Aside from a few stylistic choices and an engaging performance from Rodriguez, Miss Bala is a paint-by-numbers crime drama that lacks any real poignancy or cutting commentary.
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But Why Tho? A Geek Community
February 26, 2019 Now, I don't like the cartel sub-genre that has been forming...That being said, I give credit where credit is due...Unfortunately, there isn't much credit due here.
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Annabelle: Creation
IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...