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Affectionately conceived, imaginatively staged and highly entertaining. Read full review
You don't want to miss Depp in this movie -- he knocks it out of the park. Read full review
It's the addition of Depp's corrupt CIA agent, Sands, that really makes this violent, over-the-top action film, with its maze-like plot, sing. Read full review
I understood the general outlines of the story, I liked the bold strokes he uses to create the characters, and I was amused by the camera work, which includes a lot of shots that are about themselves. Read full review
In its wildly overwrought, burrito-Western way, is about as close to a home movie as you're likely to see in a megaplex.
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Rodriguez is such a visual stylist, and the violence is so cartoonish, that the flurry of whizzing bullets and growing pile of bodies is not as offensive as it might be. Read full review
Starts having the same effect as one too many tequilas: the Hong Kong-style stunts, the goofy wisecracks, the foxy presence of Eva Mendes -- all of it becomes blurry and numbing. Read full review
It's a grisly, chuckling cartoon made on shots of tequila, Red Bull, and Sergio Leone.
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Paying homage to Sergio Leone, "Mexico" aims too high and, in the process, becomes more like every generic, overplotted drug-cartel-and-revenge flick out there. Read full review
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