Killing Ends (Matando Cabos) (2005)
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Oscar Cabos, a multimillionaire tycoon, is being held for ransom -- only his captors have nabbed the wrong man. Now, to get their money, they must find the real Cabos -- which could get tricky since he's been counter-kidnapped by his future son-in-law and impersonated by his childhood friend (now his janitor), Nacho. To make matters worse, the two desperate friends who started this mess must rely on the less-than-delicate street savvy of former wrestler "Mascarita" and the pint-sized Tony "The Cannibal" to sort it all out. … More
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Critic Reviews for Killing Ends (Matando Cabos)
The Alejandro Lozano film may lack the writing finesse shown by the Coen brothers or Quentin Tarantino, but the Latin touch makes up for the rough spots.
There isn't any deep message to Matando Cabos; it's pure entertainment.
A Spanish-language black comedy with a frenetic style that plays out like regurgitated Tarantino and Guy Ritchie.
What makes this movie funny -- and different from all the pictures it may remind you of -- is the relentlessness of its characters' amorality.
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