El Diablo

El Diablo

DVD - 2010
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When one of his pretty young students is kidnapped by the legendary outlaw El Diablo, a blundering schoolteacher meets up with a renegade gunman who teaches him how to handle a gun and ride like a man.
Publisher: [New York] : Home box Office, Inc. ; Burbank, CA : Distributed by Warner Home Video, 2010.
Branch Call Number: Fic
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (108 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.


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Jun 27, 2018

Have you ever really enjoyed a bad movie for no particular reason? As in, there isn't any particular thing about the movie you can point out that you like, but you like it anyway? El Diablo is that movie for me. It has nothing good going for it. It's oddly dated for a Western. You can tell it was one of those low budget, made for cable 90's movies just by looking at it. The story is something you've seen or read in a 100 other movies or books only with an abundance of cringe and a small side of 'messed up/creepy'. It has a good number of famous actors from the 90's, but the acting is somewhere between 'phoned in' and 'over the top'. Most of the jokes range between 'almost funny I guess' and 'offensive even for the 90's'. It was never popular enough to be nostalgic. It's just one of those bad movies that's fun to watch, all the while basking in how terrible it is. If you like watching bad movies, it's probably the best example from the Western genre.


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