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Gabi Lener over 5 years ago
I wish there were hard subtitles for these lengthy spanish conversations.
Brandon Trujillo over 6 years ago
This film is gritty and true over all great film
Anthony Simons over 6 years ago
Tries too hard to be... harsh.
Rory Banks almost 5 years ago
Tom o'brien almost 5 years ago
Luca Andreola almost 5 years ago
Jeremy 5 years ago
Becky over 5 years ago
fantasist over 5 years ago
Daniel almost 6 years ago
Maki M 6 years ago
Matt Rhoades over 6 years ago
Antonia Teodora over 6 years ago
Trey Walker almost 7 years ago
Eugen Weigel 7 years ago
Harsh Times is a 2006 American crime film set in South Los Angeles. The film stars Christian Bale and Freddy Rodriguez, and was written and directed by David Ayer, who wrote the script for the Academy Award-winning film Training Day. The film was distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) Pictures and Bauer Martinez Entertainment. Ayer says that the film's characters are greatly based on the people he knew when he lived in South Central. Jim Davis (Christian Bale) is an ex-Army Ranger who suffers from Post-traumatic Stress Disorder. Jim has a Mexican girlfriend, Marta (Tammy Trull), whom he is determined to marry, and bring into the United States to start a life together. With this in mind, Jim returns to Los Angeles. In L.A. he meets up with his best friend Mike Alonzo (Freddy Rodriguez). Mike's longtime girlfriend, Sylvia (Eva Longoria), a young attorney, is on the warpath over his failure to get a job (his previous job was outsourced) and she encourages Jim to help Mike hand out...
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