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Still loaded with action and wonderful characters, but this is the least of the three pictures.
| Original Score: 7/10
Like an R-rated, violent Roadrunner cartoon.
| Original Score: 4/5
...a cartoonish action movie that entertains without garnering empathy for any of its characters, with the exception of Ruben Blades' Jorge.
| Original Score: C+
Occasionally hits heights worthy of its Sergio Leone-inspired title ... but its manic invention exhausts more than enthralls.
To be fair, Rodriguez's wicked dialogue does elicit some laughs amongst the on-screen carnage.
| Original Score: D
A splendid cast and spectacular orgies of carnage combine to produce a surprisingly creaky, labored, and boring movie.
Over the top and all over the place, Once Upon A Time In Mexico is as unruly as it characters: joyously style-driven as a Bond movie but with its own set of style guidelines.
Once Upon a Time in Mexico is the film I've wanted to see from Robert Rodriguez since he made Desperado in 1995.
| Original Score: 3/4
Once Upon a Time in America is an action packed western fairy tale. It may not make much sense... but then, it doesn't have to.
| Original Score: 3/5
An enjoyable cap to the El Mariachi trilogy that occasionally disappoints, but never mars the good name of its predecessors
This is a film with too many dum dums and not enough drama.
| Original Score: 2/5
Assumindo as funções principais da produção, Rodriguez apresenta-se como verdadeiro autor de seus filmes. Pena que um não muito bom.
| Original Score: 2/5
'One area Rodriguez has not managed to nail down is telling a compelling narrative.'
God bless Johnny Depp. For the second time this year, the man has almost single-handedly redeemed an action movie that would otherwise be indistinguishable from the pack.
Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayek co-star in this continuation of the El Mariachi story... but it's Johnny Depp who steals the show.
| Original Score: B
Rodriguez puts a lot of mindless violence on the screen. Moment to moment the films is unpredictable, but on the large scale the plot is old, predictable, and familiar.
| Original Score: 5/10
Rodriguez inserts loud, frenetic and oddly bloodless gun battles wherever possible and to constantly diminishing effect.
A sprawling, chaotic mess of a movie that is still incredibly enjoyable.
'Once Upon A Time in Mexico plays like a delirious combination of A Fistful of Dollars, The Revenger's Tragedy and Airplane.'
A shoddy Sergio Leone 'tribute' filmed from a first draft by a director who lacks the discipline to match his talent.