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The Mexican
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The Mexican 2001

From Amazon: Part road movie, part romantic comedy, part thriller, and a whole lotta fun, The Mexican could get by on star power alone, but it offers Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, and a clever plot full of delightful surprises. It's a thoroughly enjoyable shaggy-dog story in which the downtrodden Jerry Welbach (Pitt) copes with a dual dilemma: his girlfriend Samantha (Roberts) has just dumped him to pursue solo ambitions in Las Vegas, and a manipulative mobster has ordered Jerry to Mexico to retrieve a coveted antique pistol (the "Mexican" of the title) that carries a legacy of legend, death, and danger. Jerry soon has his hands full with...

Directed By:
Gore VerbinskiGore Verbinski
Written By:
No image existsJ.H. Wyman
Brad PittBrad Pitt
Julia RobertsJulia Roberts
James GandolfiniJames Gandolfini
Bob BalabanBob Balaban
Gene HackmanGene Hackman
J.K. SimmonsJ.K. Simmons
No image existsDavid Krumholtz
No image existsMichael Ceveris

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The Mexican Movie Review by Movie Addict (4/22/2007)

Gay hit man Leroy (James Gandolfini) holds Jerry's (Bradd Pit) girlfriend (Julia Roberts) hostage until he gets a gun (The Mexican). Sounds simple, but there is a whole lot of comedy and talk about relationships in that plot.

I don't know why people diss Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts for their acting ability. They both do a...

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The Mexican Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (3/25/2007)

I really wanted to love this movie. I love Brad Pitt and will see anything he is in, however this movie falls apart quickly and never really gets itself back together again.

A stupid movie about stupid characters and a stupid gun that leads absolutely nowhere.

Someone should fire their agent.

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The Mexican Movie Review by Zara (1/31/2007)

If you take 2 people I normally don't like, mix them together in a troubled romance and then add in James Gandolfini as a gay mobster, you end up with a movie about a gun which made me smile.

Pitt and Roberts are a couple that have broken up, Roberts heading in one direction and Pitt in the other. Through a series of...

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