At a summer camp for youths, cockey pre-teen calls out the name of mass serial killer "Madman Marz". Suddenly, counselors are being maimed and slaughtered in various ways by the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
At a summer camp for youths, cocky pre-teen calls out the name of mass serial killer "Madman Marz". Suddenly, counselors are being maimed and slaughtered in various ways by the backwoodsman who has returned when his name was called.
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Dave M (ca) wrote: Sometimes you go see a movie that you KNOW is not going to win any serious awards, has no redeeming social value and doesn't take itself very seriously - at all. And it's BECAUSE of all those reasons that you go - just because the movie is going to be fun to watch. You get all this with "Machete Kills" (R, 1:47). In 2007, Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez created a movie called "Grindhouse", a film which imitated the experience of going to a drive-in movie (ask your parents) to see two hyper-violent "B-movies". "Grindhouse" contained two full-length films, which looked and felt like a 1970s-era double-feature, complete with wild faux trailers in between the movies. One of those trailers was for a movie called "Machete" with Danny Trejo playing a tough-guy named after his favorite weapon and included the tag line "They f****ed" with the wrong Mexican!" Well, the trailer got such a strong reaction from the audience that Robert Rodriguez actually made the movie! That was in 2010. In 2013, Rodriguez and Trejo teamed up again for a sequel.In "Machete Kills", Trejo is saved from a vigilante sheriff by an almost-too-late phone call from the President of the United States (Charlie Sheen, billed in this film as Carlos Estevez). The President convinces Machete (pronounced ma-CHET-ay) to go back to Mexico and stop a revolutionary named Mendez who is threatening to fire a missile at Washington D.C. Machete is a really tough hombre, but he has a heart, so he takes on the mission. He captures the dangerously schizophrenic Mendez (Demin Bichir), but has to get him out of Mexico, past a wall that separates Mexico and the U.S. and to the only man who can diffuse the missile, whose trigger has been surgically attached to Mendez' heart. To accomplish all this, Machete has to deal with Mendez' wild personality swings, a murderous bevy of prostitutes led by Desdemona (Sophia Vergara) - who is wearing some very dangerous weaponry (yes, wearing) - and attempts on his life by characters played by Walton Goggins, Cuba Gooding Jr., Lady Gaga and Antonio Banderas, who, in this film, all share a very unusual connection. Oh, and then there's Mel Gibson's megalomaniacal Voz, who is planning on escaping the violence of earth by taking a select few up in a space shuttle he built himself.If all this sounds dumb, all I can say is... it is! But it's also a real hoot! Machete is a serious bad-ass battling a whole lot of merciless, but colorful villains. The characters, the action, the violence, and the dialog are all delightfully over-the-top. If you watch this movie, you'll get exactly what you expect - no more and no less. And you'll even get a trailer for the next Machete movie - "Machete Kills Again... in Space!" I'm not even kidding. Until THAT sequel re-redefines "over-the-top", I'll revel in the memory of "Machete Kills" and recommend it with the only grade that I can give a great B-movie: a "B+".
Douglas L (mx) wrote: This was a nice little indie film featuring an actor who has faded out of the mainstream (Carlyle) but continues to do solid performances in film. Its kind of a sad film, but it also brings good vibes and inevitably facing your past, sooner or later.
Don S (au) wrote: A good effort to a story with an awful title. This is typical "group of friends go looking for thrills at site of murders" mayhem. There are too many plot holes and the ending is corny with its metaphysical openendedness. Still the actors tried really hard to play it seriously and the director mostly succeeded in a genre that has become very stale.
Arseniy V (br) wrote: Fun little ride if you don't think about historical context too much.
Joseph C (de) wrote: I would have made a few cast changes.
Bayu T (nl) wrote: in "one missed call 1" and "one missed call final", the main ghost is Mimiko, but why in this one the ghost is different?
Steel Eyed Beauty (fr) wrote: lol hilarious bachelor movie i was cracking up with the hole thing
Newton W (ru) wrote: I was neve a fan of Sandra Ng, as her comedic acts are way too over the top for my taste. But "Juliet in Love" changes my opinion about her as an actress. Sandra gave a very low key and touching performance, outshining her costars Francis Ng and Simon Yam, who are pretty good in their own rights. This is definiely a movie worth waching.
Sam S (us) wrote: Great movie. Classic Hood comedy. Made by the same guy who made Friday and its worth watching.
Kathryn Rebecca K (ag) wrote: Usually, I love Shah Rukh Khan movies, but the plot of this one was just a little out of my box. When the end of the movie came, I realized, unfortunately, that I didn't care about any of the characters.
Randy P (gb) wrote: Sweet movie is odd.I'm not disturbed by the acts the people commit for the sake of the film, but with children on set with adults exposing themselves. That's pedophilia.I liked the art-house feel, it can be compelling, but I don't like it since I've seen such a disgusting act.
Jeff S (it) wrote: No excuse for it's existence, barely watchable
Gaspar O (br) wrote: Extremely cute, but kinda lacking in story. Mostly, though, froggies!
Jonathan A (ag) wrote: Best horse-opera I seen in years... Jonboy sez: chekkitout!