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I don't understand why people fall over themselves to praise this film. It is a perfectly fine 90s action movie and nothing more.
This movie is the epitome of badass. Rodriguez made Banderas a badass and he brought Salma Hayek a movie star and a sex symbol. He mixes these two great talents with a colorful ensemble of actors that make this feel like the Mexican Pulp Fiction.
Salma Hayek is so hot she causes traffic accidents. And Antonio Banderas has come a long way from the days of Almodovar.
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it has style, some substance, that great line('Lets play'), but it lacks soul. the 80's in the 90's
A bigger budget and explosions don't make a better film. This lacks the charm and the tension of the original El Mariachi. On the plus side though Salma Hayek does look great.
Possibly Rodriguez masterpiece since it shows some of the best examples of style. El Mariachi becomes a legendary character in this.
More action and nice nods to the original...keep eyes peeled for some appearances from original cast.
Overloaded, with less power than the first part. Only the self-depreciating acting of Antonio Banderas (especially during the great Mariachi sequence near the beginning) saves this part from disaster.
Tacky, very tacky. But with awesome style. The guitar then, was a dream.
1995, dir. ROBERT RODRIGUEZ - 7/10 (USA)
Had its moments but mostly awful. Terrible acting (though its meant to be slightly terrible) and terrible script. The first film had much more charm than this too.
Bring your guitars.
Difficult to find a flaw in this one.
Quentin Hackantino gets killed in this, one star just for that.
that rooftop escape... :/
This film is so what-the-fuck, it's brilliant!
Off the wall craziness that keeps you interested until the end credits.
One of RR master pieces! the best of all the trilogy, El Mariachi, Desperado, Once upon a time in Mexico.
On top of that, antonio banderas is my idol in this movie.