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Frenos Rotos, Coches Locos [DVD]

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"Jack Warden interpreta con maestría su doble papel como dos hermanos enfrentados, Luke y Roy L. Fuchs, dueños de sendas tiendas de vehículos de segunda mano y que intentan echarse mutuamente del negocio. Rudy Russo (Kurt Russell) es el vendedor estrella de Luke, un mentiroso manipulador y liante, pero encantador, que se toma su actividad como un mero entrenamiento para lo que es su verdadera ambición


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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Classic comedy, indeed. 3 de marzo de 2017
Por MegaDave - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
A classic comedy indeed. Can it really get much better than an early 80's comedy? Probably, but you should have this DVD in your collection anyway. Kurt Russell dose a phenomenal job. As well as the co-stars too. A few adult scenes, so have the kids out of the room. I recommend this DVD, hope you'll enjoy it too. Have a great day.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas and have loved it ever since 21 de diciembre de 2014
Por SDW67 - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Blu-ray Compra verificada
I first saw USED CARS in the summer of 1980 as part of a drive-in double-feature following CADDYSHACK, and have loved it ever since. Kurt Russell makes the lead role of Rudy Russo his own and Jack Warden is perfectly cast as the twin Fuchs brothers, mouthing off obscenities with the same relish that Kenneth Branagh does Shakespeare. The film isn't politically correct and doesn't try to be, proudly wearing its badge of an R-rating. This is my favorite Robert Zemeckis film, made before the success of the first BACK TO THE FUTURE steered him away from writing and directing good movies with moderate budgets to just directing, for the most part, expensive and less risky films. If you like this movie enough to already own the DVD then this Blu-ray is worth the upgrade. Also, after watching the movie, start it over and listen to the commentary with Zemeckis, fellow co-writer/producer Bob Gale, and Kurt Russell. It's one of the most entertaining commentary tracks you'll ever listen to.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Funny and quirky 20 de marzo de 2014
Por Ramone Renoir - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
A good movie. It's pretty funny and fun to watch. Kurt Russell is just Kurt Russell, acting just like he always did in the old Disney movies, just grown up. Jack Warden is great. The rest of the supporting cast is good. The film may be a little dated; it reeks of the 70's.
Russell plays the stereotypical fast-talking used car salesman, the kind you really dread dealing with. He's frustrated and tired of the used car business and is trying to dig up enough cash to buy his way onto a ticket for state Senator. His boss, played by Jack Warden, is in a constant battle to stay afloat with his ragged, played-out car lot, while Warden's (twin?) brother, also played by Warden, with his slick, flashy, big dealership across the street is threatening to buy out or take over his place. Russell's character eventually turns his attention away from the Senator gig as he becomes involved with the boss's daughter, and in her interests in saving the dealership. Russell and crew try every trick in the book to sell cars and stay afloat and steal customers from the brother. A highlight of the film is an almost-car-chase scene involving 250 cars racing across the desert. There's some double-dealing and some comic mishaps and lots of schtick about the used car business. Fun to watch, especially if you like to see the old cars from the 70's. Some pretty harmless titty-flashing in a couple of scenes, but nothing dirty.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Knee-Slapping Comedy Fun 26 de julio de 2015
Por Anthony Mitchell - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
This is definitely one of the funniest movies I have ever seen. Kurt Russell is great as always as are his fellow employees at the car lot, but to me the real stand out is Jack Warden who plays the lot's meek owner Luke Fuchs and also his villainous twin brother Roy L. Fuchs, who owns the opposing lot across the street. He nails both and there is never any confusion about which brother he is. From beginning to end, this movie provides plenty of laughs and fun. You will not be disappointed.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Excellent Comedy Gift for Your Friends - and for Yourself if You Haven't Seen This Yet 18 de mayo de 2015
Por J Resb - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Compra verificada
How could I add to this hilarious movie? I just HAD to get two of these to give to the sales associate who sold me my new car and the finance manager who set up my financing and protection agreement. Even a couple of years after seeing it, I can still laugh at the scene with the station wagon exiting the lot, "running over" Kurt Russell's trained beagle who's good at playing dead - never miss an opportunity to distract your victim from having been scammed. The phrase, 'That's too ******* HIGH!" will bring immediate laughter to anyone familiar with this movie. Outstanding.


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