Sin Nombre

Sin NombreThere were some things to like about this – the filming, acting and story were all fine… It wasn’t clear if the main character was really worth sympathizing with, nor was it clear what would happen to him. But the girl has so many “what are you thinking!?!” moments, it was hard not to yell at the screen. She basically abandoned her family, likely got them killed or deported, and she hardly seems to care or realize it. Instead, she’s all ga-ga about a killer she hardly knows. Sure, he killed an even-worse guy who was attacking you, but just say thank you and move on. I just didn’t believe that her character would actually behave that way.

Other than that, pretty good.