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Director Robert Rodriguez returns to the characters of his breakthrough hits El Mariachi and Desperado in this grand scale south-of-the-border action ... Show synopsis

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  • 'Once Upon A Time in Mexico' Jun 2, 2008
    by KLSummers

    this film has absolutely everything you could possibly want. it has an amazing plot which turns on the catalystic character, Agent Sheldon Jeffrey Sands (Johnny Depp - who, coincidentally, came up with the name 'Sheldon Jeffrey' for his character), throughout, even though it is him who steers the whole film. the music is fantastic; absolutely brilliant guitarwork. it is, in my opinion, the best of the El Mariachi series, and frankly you don't have to see the other two to adore this one. i think that it has just about everything anyone would want in a film. there's a slight degree of comedy (although, i don't suppose it was intended at the initial writing. i think it is prominently Depp's lines that are quite funny - look out for them), and some truly great special effects. there's a lot of explosions and guns and action for people who like that kind of thing and (for the ladies) a glimpse of Johnny Depp in shorts. admittedly, a lot of it is in Spanish, but there are subtitles and, after a while, you do get used to it and it is very authentic. it has a brillaint cast and amazing stunts. it's not the most perfect film you'll ever see, but it's definately a great way to pass the time until you find it.

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