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Mel Gibson's character is captured and brought to a Mexican prison. In this exquisite facility visitors are welcome daily if they bribe the guards. Tents are set up to accommodate the visiting senoritas (i.e. for quick and dirty prison sex), and all sorts of contraband is smuggled inside. Gibson is the only Caucasian in site. Still, he is a master thief and has aspirations to become one of the prison's elite. In order to help his ascension to bathrobe and caviar and cigar status, Gibson befriends a 9 year old boy. That is correct, a criminal trapped in a Mexican prison with sex, alcohol, murder, and an actual hierarchy, makes nice with a 9 year old boy in order to at least survive...and that prisoner is Mel Gibson???
Beyond the pilfering, the violence, the tattoos, and the age discrepancies, would any of you have ever reasoned that Mel Gibson would be perfect for the role of a criminal in a remote Mexican jail and that his best friend would be a nine year old boy? It is almost as though alcohol influenced this decision. No rational actor stars in films such as A Man Without a Face, and What Women Want, and then suddenly transitions to the movie Get the Gringo. Something is really rotten in the state of Denmark. This movie is an absolute zero and even those of you that are curious should consider watching the trailer for Get the Gringo and leaving the film alone permanently. Leave the pictures about the wasteland where they were filmed. Two prison knives down.
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