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Sultans of the South (Sultanes del Sur)
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Directed By
Alejandro Lozano

Written By:
Tony Dalton

Cast:
Tony Dalton, Jordi Molla, Ana de la Reguera, Silverio Palacios, Celso Bugallo, Juan Carlos Remolina, Rosa María Bianchi, Alejandra Barros, Oscar Alegre, Brian Maya, Mario Alarcón, Luis Altamirano, Alejandra Barros, Claudia Caballero, Marco Polo Constandse, Teresa Davila


 
Sultans of the South (Sultanes del Sur) (2007)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
October 4th, 2010

Favorite Movie Quote: "There's no warning for a shock."

I watched this film just to see Ana de la Reguera. I'm prone to do that. I like someone and I watch everything I can find. This is one of those.

Leonardo (Jordi Mollà) and Carlos (Tony Dalton), along with Monica (the reason I'm watching) rob a bank. No flash - everything cool as ice. Later, Lese (Silverio Palacios) joins them in the escape.

Things got exciting later as money was supposed to be exchanged, and the gang got caught in a war between two rivals - The Texan (Celso Bugallo) and The Chief of Police (Oscar Alegre).

Double crosses and lots of shooting, with a sweet cross at the end.

A good action movie, but there was nothing special in it except Ana de la Reguera.

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