Country: United States
Category: Action, Biography, Comedy
Release Date: 29 September, 2017
Director: Doug Liman
Starring: Tom Cruise, Domhnall Gleeson, Sarah Wright
Age Restriction: 18 years
Duration: 127 minutes
Box Office: $?
“American Made”, The story of the protagonist of the movie 'American Made', Barry Seal (played by Cruise), describes a pilot of the airline TWA that was 'seduced' by the CIA so that infiltrated the Colombian mafia, when it was commanded by Pablo Escobar and Jorge Luis Ochoa Vásquez, but apparently the man got out of control.
The column's author describes how Seal helped put "thousands of tons" of cocaine into the US. UU. and how he was a key man to open the drug trade between Colombia and the United States in the 1980s.
Ocampo's questioning is that according to him, Trump has no moral authority to make Colombians look like "the bad guys in the movie," when it has been the Americans who for decades have consumed and helped to traffic banned substances manufactured in Colombia.
The columnist asserts that Trump is following the tradition of some of his predecessors, such as Bush and Ronald Reagan, and Bush, as to how easy it is to blame Colombia for a scourge that their own country is the one that has encouraged.
The film premieres of September 1, 2017. With the thriller American Made (titled here as 'Barry Seal: The Traficante'). Featuring the actor Tom Cruise as the protagonist. Under the direction of Doug Liman and Ron Howard's production.
#4 A great release date: September 29, 2017
The main plot of the film 'American Made' is presented as follows: A pilot lands the job for the CIA and as a drug addict in the south during the eighties. Another of the premieres of the weekend is the adaptation of 'The Fog and the Maiden': Things are not always as they seem and often, the obvious is not the real thing. Sergeant Bevilaqua is entrusted with the task of investigating the death of a young man who is crazy in La Gomera. Everything pointed to Juan Luis Gómez Padilla, renowned politician on the island, who was acquitted by a popular court despite the apparent force of the first investigations. The sergeant and his inseparable cape Chamorro will try to clarify this convoluted case, with political pressures and with the added difficulty of trying not to raise suspicions when reopening a case that his companions gave for closed.
The Argentine production also comes to our screens: History of life and love of the famous Argentinean tango dancers, María Nieves Rego and Juan Carlos Copes, who met in their teens and danced together for almost fifty years, until a painful situation separated them.
Barry Seal, the dealer (American Made) tells the true story of this pilot who was at the head of one of the most important covert operations of the CIA in US history. This feat, which managed to capture several members of the Medellin cartel, was close to causing the White House government to fall under Ronald Reagan's presidency because of the Irangate scandal.
Gary Spinelli's script opts for a decidedly comical tone rather than for a dramatic approach and a structure of footage found in which Seal himself tells us his adventures but does not seem to seek the atonement but rather leave the trail of a story which otherwise would seem incredible.
You know the ability of American cinema to take real facts (even blushing) and pack them commercially to make us swallow without thinking too much. But this time, the story lends itself to not letting the brain out of the movie theater and even embarrassed that someone like that could get to do the shenanigans he did. No excuses, no last-minute redemptions.