Destination: Mars

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Kerri O (mx) wrote: Another great film by Mike mills. Tackles some heady topics. I loved the literary references and blatant feminist principles. Tender yet raw. I laughed out loud a bunch! Beautiful film. Great follow up to beginners.

david g (ag) wrote: Seen in Germany I'd give it 8 out of 10 but me and girl friend are both horror lovers !! Got the song e by gum going to get DVD if poss you must see on you tube !! and DVD of the film to just got to say give it a look do not believe all you hear it my be because this was done by one of the small film makers !!!!

Rebeccah R (mx) wrote: Lovely but not very special.

Countess N (mx) wrote: Good idea that failed miserably!

Ethan H (nl) wrote: Toby Keith, Willie Nelson, and Ted Nugent. Just badass all the way around!

Nicol M (de) wrote: Despite the great cast , Justin Timberlake's great performance above all, this is not a really good movie. It's the real story of a young criminal and his friends. The Rap music in the background enhance the violent story.

Chris R (fr) wrote: Great!!!! I mean it had some problems but for a low budget film it's freakier than most horror films today and with little or no special effects that's saying something

Ola G (gb) wrote: El Mariachi (Antonio Banderas) is recruited by CIA agent Sheldon Sands (Johnny Depp) to kill General Emiliano Marquez, a corrupt Mexican Army officer who has been hired by Mexican drug lord Armando Barillo (Willem Dafoe) to assassinate the President of Mexico and overthrow the government. Many years before, El Mariachi and his wife Carolina (Salma Hayek) confronted Marquez in a shootout and wounded the general; in retaliation, Marquez took the lives of Carolina and their daughter in an ambush. In addition to El Mariachi, Sands persuades former FBI agent Jorge Ramrez to come out of retirement and kill Barillo, who had murdered his partner Archuleta in the past. Furthermore, AFN operative Ajedrez is assigned by Sands to tail Barillo. While monitoring Barillo's activities, Ramrez meets Billy Chambers (Mickey Rourke), an American fugitive who has been living under the protection of Barillo, but can no longer stomach the horrible tasks he's been forced to carry out for him. Ramrez convinces Chambers he will provide him protection in exchange for getting closer to Barillo by tagging Chambers' pet chihuahua with a hidden microphone, and Chambers agrees to complete the deal by surrendering to U.S. authorities once Barillo has been taken down. Cucuy (Danny Trejo), who was originally hired by Sands to keep an eye on El Mariachi, tranquilizes El Mariachi and brings him to Barillo's mansion. Cucuy, however, is promptly killed by Chambers while El Mariachi escapes from captivity and calls his friends Lorenzo and Fideo to assist him in his mission..."Once Upon A Time In Mexico" was written, produced, edited, cinematographied, scored, and directed by the one man army Robert Rodriguez. It is the third and final film in Rodriguez's Mexico Trilogy, and is a sequel to "El Mariachi" and "Desperado". While the mentioned movies hold its own wihtin the action genre, "Once Upon A Time In Mexico" is just a bleak over the top flick with a star spangled cast that really doesnt add anything to the film. The plot is messy and the desperation of making crazy cartoony action sequences kills the general vibe and it becomes just too much in my eyes. Its not entertaining or cool. And Johnny Depps "strange" characters were tiresome already back then and by adding ridiculous dialogue to his Sands it hardly helps. "Once Upon A Time In Mexico" has an inconsistent plot, horrible dialogue and pretty terrible acting. Nah, this was a missed swing from Rodriguez.

Joey H (es) wrote: Nice job, Bratt. I made a pilgrimmage to NYC after I watched this one.

Kevin M (es) wrote: Recommended by David

Cris H (jp) wrote: This is nearly the holly of hollies of bad movies. I remember sitting in a theater when the trailer aired. The audience just burst out laughing. I feel the cult following was born at that moment. Gymnastics, karate, a city of ghouls, ninjas, eunuchs, and Slavs in furs. Watch for the poor extra that gets knocked down by the horse as they ride out to hunt Kurt towards the end of the film. A campy farce for all. May they never decide to remake this film, or give it a CGI face lift.

Jeffery O (it) wrote: Best gay/drag movie ever!

William W (kr) wrote: One of the finest sequels of all time, and very much just as good as the stellar original. The comic timing is perfect, and there's just enough extras such as musical numbers. Hasn't aged a day in the past 78 years. William Powell and Myrna Loy had something very special together. I'm very much looking forward both to the remaining four sequels and the two documentaries of The Thin Man boxed set.