The series featured two main characters, the Pablo Escobar, the head of Colombian cocaine and the Mexican agent Javier Pina, and the Dean's Anti-Drug Headquarters. Wagner Moura, who played Pablo, is actually Brazilian and didn't speak Spanish before taking the role of Pablo. I'm not a big fan of Michael Peña as an actor, going back to the first time I saw him in The Shield. Once the guy told him he was from Cali, Jurado begins glancing around the room and notices no guards are around etc. I wonder if they can find some way to move on from Columbia. And Tata's brother who was killed protecting her. But up against Pena and Escobar he was a few notches down.
Pero me gusta eso tipo de español en televisión porque me ayuda a comprenderlo. I guess it goes through Mexico. Please support the composers by buying their records and releases! Special mention of Diego Luna. Spam, trading, selling, and blatant self-promotion posts are forbidden. Except for Peña, they haven't developed the other characters enough to smoothly carry on without Pablo. Let me break it down for you: a 4,000 page script, a 250 narrator team of Colombia's elite voice actors, tens of thousands of words fired, seven days in a recording booth and four fucking microphones.
We didn't really know the character that well or have a good idea of what his motivations are so his decision to meet himself be killed feels like it comes out of left field. Edit: maybe I'm overreacting lol, but here's a vid with some caleños God, they sound so mexican :rage-emoji: The aguardiente blanca tho! His murder was only based on petty revenge and not really insubordination. In the end his stock went way up in my book. Why else would Pacho make Claudio watch him sensually dance with one of his lovers? Season 3 Episode 1 - The Kingpin Strategy The Gentlemen of Cali gather their associates together for a big surprise announcement about the future of their business. It's purposely done that way. He was absolutely not believable and it really irked me the wrong way evey time he spoke, which thankfully was usually short phrases. Then at Pallomari's apartment, Navegante saunters out and casually tells Jorge to find Pallomari, because he had that thing to take care of that they'd talked about in the car.
The Cali cartel seems more like just suits, typical business men out to make money and live the high life. This season highlights America's moronic drug policy and failed War on Drugs. Do you have any sources? Then you had Maritza's needless death. They were creepy and scary and whoever did the wardrobe deserves a big round of applause. Que No Quede Huella 3:40 Copyright © 2019 · All Rights Reserved · Download Soundtracks Disclaimer! And it also hurt me watching the girl selling plantains die in a drive-by shooting, it's like, she dindu nuffin! They were able to buy the Presidency with Samper, the president that succeeded Gaviria. Or use this software to burn it.
Submissions must be related to the discussion of digital piracy. Gilberto in Jail 2:28 8. The way the Mexican story has been stet-up, we should get another 2 seasons. These samples are provided to give users the idea of music. In many ways they were more successful and trafficking actually increased after his death. Atleast thats how they have been potrayed in the shows.
All the soundtracks provided in this blog are only samples. The whole scenario of Jorge planting the sky pager on Enrique and then breaking down in front of his wife was some heartbreaking shit. How and where I'm not sure. Edit: All episodes now below! Great continuation of the Narcos story. I know this is just a series and certainly nothing like history, but Kiki Camarena comes across as an uptight idiot, for the most part. That's a lot of fractured leadership though.
What bothers me about Miguel is how quickly he unravels without Gilberto around and let's David dictate his actions. I don't think that I've ever appreciated the wardrobe in the film in any of my hundreds of reviews. I think this murder was written to be extravagant in the sense that Claudio wasn't even going to be killed at first, remember? I guess is better that way, otherwise it would be harder to understand, but still, I was hoping to hear it a little more. He practiced his accent as a native Portuguese speaker, and even though there were minor discrepancies, it was still very impressive for someone who didn't speak Spanish before. In 80's he was in some gang group that 2 people controled and they were part of Pablo Escobar cartel.
The file has been downloaded corrupted and you have to download it again. There was no way he was getting out of this one, right? Gilberto manages his son's involvement and keeps him at a distance until absolutely necessary while Miguel is letting David do whatever he wants to the detriment of the entire organization. This show, although sometimes relies on the fictionalization of some major characters like Limón being a crossover of El Limón and Popeye; Judy, among others is a fascinating point of view on it. Pablo Escobar was surrounded in the middle of Boyds fuckin' narration. Maybe that would shake things up enough. Narcos Narx : The series is about the realities of the growth and spread of narcotics and cocaine around the world and the efforts of law enforcement and security forces to combat them and the conflicts that take place between them. El Chapo was only introduced.
After watching so many documentary and movies about Pablo that's was the thing that took Pablo Escobar down so quickly. Season 3 Episode 8 - Convivir David seeks revenge on behalf of his father, putting Enrique in danger. Either message the mod team if relevant, or make a post on the sub as normal. The son that was always left out of the family business and his dad wanted him educated and not involved in all this, oh shit. Do not message moderators for help with your issues. I apologize and I'll try to do better.
Welcome to the Jungle 7:18 18. Imagine what kind of magic they could do for Gallardo and Guzman. He's not bad, just not good. Would love to see all of that played on the screen as well as the eventual traffic flow move over through Mexico and the rise of the Mexican cartels, i'm guessing that's probably more like season 4. Maybe with less crime, but also with a lot less appeal.