Eight Hundred Bullets (also know as 800 balas) full movie is released on Oct 18, 2002. Watch Eight Hundred Bullets online - the Spanish Action movie from Spain , which has achieved a worldwide gross of $1,562,139. Eight Hundred Bullets is directed by Álex de la Iglesia and created by Jorge Guerricaechevarría with Sancho Gracia and Ángel de Andrés López.

Julián Torralba is a former movie stuntman in Almeria, Spain. He and several of his colleagues, who once made a living in American Westerns shot in Spain, now are reduced to doing stunt shows for minuscule audiences on the decaying set built for those old Westerns. Julián wrestles with dark memories of the death of his son, also a stuntman, and with estrangement from his daughter-in-law Laura and her son Carlos. Carlos, a young boy, becomes intrigued with his late father's life and runs away to join Julián and his band of has-beens. There Carlos is initiated into the rambunctious life of these hard-drinking faux cowboys. But when Laura, a powerful executive looking for a new site for a tourist resort, learns that Carlos has joined the hated Julián, she moves to destroy even this remnant of Julián's once-proud career. Julián and the cowboys decide to fight back the only way they know how.

As know as:

800 balas, 800 kul, Ochocientas balas, 800 balles, 800 Bullets

Release Date:

Oct 11, 2002

Release Date (Streaming):

Mar 15, 2005




Spanish, English, Italian

Production Companies:

Alan Young Pictures, Canal+ España, Euskal Irrati Telebista (EiTB)

Official Site:

Official site (Spain)

Gross worldwide:



Let the battle begin...


Dave Kehr
New York Times
The Spanish wild man Alex de la Iglesia delivers a disappointingly well-behaved film with this sentimental comedy about a boy's reunion with his lovably eccentric grandfather.
by rottentomatoes, Oct 29, 2004
Robert Dominguez
New York Daily News
Bizarre, bawdy and totally enjoyable.
by rottentomatoes, Oct 29, 2004
Kevin Crust
Los Angeles Times
It thinks it's cute, but it's as charming as an old drunk going on about how he knew Eastwood back in the day.
by rottentomatoes, Oct 29, 2004

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