Starring: Salma Hayek, Penelope Cruz, Steve Zahn, Dwight Yoakam
During the end of the 19th century, large American corporations wanted a share of undeveloped Mexico. One such American land lord, Tyler Jackson (Yoakam) had his eyes on the Mexican countryside and wanted to forge a deal for their development. Maria Alvarez (Cruz) the daughter of a small-time farmer, witnessed her fathers murder by Jackson and his men. Sara Sandoval (Hayek) the daughter of a Mexican landlord and a well-educated girl from Europe, saw her father being murdered by Jackson in order to take over all his land deals. Both the girls decide to unite and rob all the banks that are held by Jackson and use that money to help the people of Mexico. The movies story line has defined the movies entertainment value; nothing. The movie in itself is quite rubbish and comes across as the casual entertainer. By showing two Latina beauties doing action scenes with deep cleavages, the movie tries to gain audience attention but fails miserably. A very average watch.
Thumbs up: Is decent enough to kill time with
Thumbs down: Not very exciting
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