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The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada
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The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada

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Ranch hand Pete Perkins looks to fulfill the promise to his recently deceased best friend by burying him in his hometown in Mexico.
Actors: Terry Dale Parks,
Terry Dale Parks
Terry Dale Parks
Vanessa Bauche,
Vanessa Bauche
Vanessa Bauche 18 February 1973, Mexico
Hugo PĂ©rez,
Hugo PĂ©rez
Hugo PĂ©rez
Lupe Campos,
Lupe Campos
Lupe Campos
Barry Pepper,
Barry Pepper
Barry Pepper 4 April 1970, Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada
Uriel Chávez,
Uriel Chávez
Uriel Chávez
Edwin Bubba Broussard,
Edwin Bubba Broussard
Edwin Bubba Broussard
Karen Jones,
Karen Jones
Karen Jones
Josh Berry,
Josh Berry
Josh Berry
Diana Chavez,
Diana Chavez
Diana Chavez
Richard Dillard,
Richard Dillard
Richard Dillard
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Genre: DramaAdventureCrime
Director: Tommy Lee Jones
Tommy Lee Jones
Tommy Lee Jones 15 September 1946, San Saba, Texas, USA
Release: 2005
IMDb: 7.4
Quality:
Duration: 121 min
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June 15, 2007

Part character study, part Peckinpah-esque border Western, part mystic epic, Three Burials traverses its uncharted territories with a humour and humanity that lighten the burden of its sadness.
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Orlando Sentinel

February 24, 2006

With all due respect to that important, quasi-controversial, most-honored film of last year, this is the best Western of 2005.
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BlackFilm.com
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May 31, 2007

Breathtaking tableaus, colorful characters, and a moving message about redemption end up overshadowed by wanton insanity one might normally associate with a sadistic snuff film.
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution

February 23, 2006

Tommy Lee Jones' big-screen directorial debut might not be the easiest film to watch, but its payoff makes it one of the better trips to the movies of the past year.
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Film Scouts
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June 21, 2007

Tommy Lee himself must be mentioned, as he pulls a nuanced role with a craggy, sunburnt face that's impressive to behold. He's at the top of his game in this flick, all the more remarkable as he's literally wearing many hats on the production.
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March 05, 2014

In The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, there is heartbreak, loss, and adultery, all of it general and all of it far more affecting than any self-righteous ethics or anachronistic western codes.
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Globe and Mail
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February 24, 2006

This isn't a film that demands to be enjoyed in order to be remembered -- one way or the other, it will stick with you.
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Detroit News
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February 24, 2006

Funny, tough, filled with cut-to-the-bone moments and bleached in the heat of the Texas sun, The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada is a movie that sears itself into the viewer with uncompromising vision and stark approach.
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August 30, 2009

Exerts considerable, groggy power
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Miami Herald

February 24, 2006

[A] long, kooky, immensely absorbing picture, which forges the elegiac cruelty of a Cormac McCarthy novel with the two-fisted machismo of a Sam Peckinpah movie, and comes up with an altogether new brand of Western mythology.
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June 14, 2010

An offbeat, tonal take on the Western, Tommy Lee Jones' The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada is best described as soulful and creative, if scattered and overambitious.
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Detroit Free Press

February 24, 2006

It boasts genuinely and uniformly fine performances -- a credit to Jones the director and the actor, as well as his costars -- some stunning cinematography by the great Chris Menges and a uncompromising script by [Guillermo] Arriaga.
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