Get the Gringo Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.00/10 from 111000 votes
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Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Vacaciones en el infierno

Title in Italiano:

Viaggio in paradiso

Title in Português:

Apanha-me Esse Gringo

Title in Français:

Kill the Gringo

Title in Türk:

Kill the Gringo

Title in Deutsch:

Get the Gringo


On his way the dusty Mexican border with a loot of over $2 million hidden in the boot of his car, a getaway driver ends up in the infamous "El Pueblito" prison. As the only American inmate in the dangerous village of convicts, the driver quickly gets the nickname "The Gringo", and finds out firsthand how rough it is to be a stranger in a world of criminals.

To stay alive in this pit where everyone knows about the grand prize, the Gringo will have to form a reluctant pact with an unlikely ally: a streetwise ten-year-old kid with a peculiar immunity in this mad place. Now, with a huge target on his head and knowing that his time is short, will the Gringo manage to save himself, and get the money?

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Get the Gringo
50,000 miles Beneath My Brain
Alvin Lee: Writer
Ten Years After: Performer
Padre Nuestro
Vicentico: Writer
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs: Performer
La Frontera
Antonio Pinto: Writer
Driver Sets Fire
Antonio Pinto: Writer
He Killed My Father
Antonio Pinto: Writer
Shoot Out
Antonio Pinto: Writer
Make My Day
Antonio Pinto: Writer
Antonio Pinto: Writer
U.S. Bound
Antonio Pinto: Writer
Final Confrontation
Antonio Pinto: Writer
Sunny Day in Mexico
Antonio Pinto: Writer
Antonio Pinto: Writer
El Corrido Del Gringo
Diego De Pietri: Performer

User reviews

Edward Robinson

The use of traditional Mexican music in the soundtrack adds authenticity to the setting and helps immerse the audience in the world of the film.

Thomas Anderson

Additionally, I felt that the soundtrack did not effectively convey the emotional depth of the characters' struggles in the film. The music seemed disconnected from the storyline and failed to evoke any genuine feelings or connections with the audience. Overall, I found the soundtrack of Get the Gringo to be a missed opportunity to elevate the viewing experience.

Sarah Thomas

The dynamic and diverse range of tracks in the soundtrack of Get the Gringo showcases the versatility of the composer and adds depth to the characters and their emotional journeys.

Richard Martin

Overall, the soundtrack of Get the Gringo is a standout element that elevates the viewing experience, making it a memorable and engaging cinematic journey.

Charles Walker

The soundtrack of Get the Gringo perfectly captures the gritty and tense atmosphere of the story. The use of traditional Mexican music mixed with modern beats creates a unique and immersive experience for the audience. It enhances the feeling of being trapped in a dangerous world where survival is uncertain.

Daniel Hernandez

The soundtrack of Get the Gringo perfectly captures the tense and gritty atmosphere of the movie, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Joseph Hall

I found the soundtrack of Get the Gringo to be underwhelming and uninspiring. The music failed to capture the intensity and grittiness of the film's setting in the dangerous El Pueblito prison. It lacked the necessary energy to enhance the action-packed scenes and failed to create a memorable atmosphere.

Elizabeth Garcia

The soundtrack of Get the Gringo perfectly captures the gritty and intense atmosphere of the film. Each track immerses you in the dangerous world of El Pueblito prison, enhancing the tension and suspense of the story.

Carol Roberts

On the other hand, some tracks in the soundtrack feel repetitive and lack originality. While the music sets the mood effectively, it doesn't offer much in terms of memorable melodies or standout compositions. It serves its purpose in creating tension, but fails to leave a lasting impression beyond the film itself.

Patricia Brown

The music effectively sets the tone for the protagonist's desperate situation, conveying his isolation and struggle for survival in a hostile environment. The combination of haunting melodies and adrenaline-pumping beats enhances the action sequences and keeps you on the edge of your seat throughout the film.

Joseph Moore

The music in the film effectively conveys the sense of danger and suspense that permeates the story, keeping me on the edge of my seat throughout.