The MexicanJerry Welbach, a reluctant bagman, tries to transport an ancient gun called The Mexican, believed to carry a curse, back across the border, while his girlfriend pressures him to end his association with the mob.
Actors of "The Mexican"
Characters of "The Mexican"
Directors of "The Mexican"Gore VerbinskiBirthdate: 16 March 1964, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA
Creators of "The Mexican"J.H. WymanBirthdate: 5 January 1967, Oakland, California, USA
Critic Reviews of "The Mexican"Rolling StoneMarch 08, 2001
Promises a road movie of blissful comic romance and delivers a series of dramatic dead ends.Village VoiceMarch 06, 2001
Intermittently appealing, fundamentally dysfunctional.Washington PostMarch 02, 2001
At no point do Jerry and Samantha seem romantically connected at all.Washington PostMarch 02, 2001
This is not your typical star vehicle.USA TodayMarch 02, 2001
It's tough to believe anyone could read this script and fail to realize the movie wouldn't end up going anywhere.Seattle TimesMarch 02, 2001
Disjointed, dull and poorly acted.Common Sense MediaDecember 28, 2010
An interesting mess for older teens and up.eFilmCritic.comMarch 11, 2008
It just sits there, doing nothing that a competent made-for-cable movie with C-list stars couldn't do.EmanuelLevy.ComJuly 17, 2007
First pairing of Hollywood's beloved stars Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts is a mixed blessing in this mishmash of a movie, in which different genres and styles strenuously compete for our attention.Bangitout.comSeptember 27, 2006
The Mexican coasts along throwing at us double-agent/double-crossings intrigue, witty one-liners, and some evocative scenery.Bangor Daily News (Maine)October 06, 2005
Habla usted mediocre movie?Looking CloserDecember 06, 2004
The Mexican fails because the entire movie changes its tone from one moment to the next.
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