Acción mutante (Mutant Action)

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Waging war against all things glamorous and beautiful, crippled terrorists Accion Mutante plot a series of attacks on society's elite, gaining a fearsome reputation before their activities are stalled with the jailing of their leader and mastermind, Ramon. Soon reunited with their newly released leader, Accion Mutante plots the elaborate wedding reception kidnapping of Patricia, a wealthy socialite. Though many die in the botched kidnapping, the gang gets away with Patricia and jumps aboard their spaceship, destined for a distant planet and a healthy ransom. Celebration is short-lived as greed kicks in and Ramon plants the seeds of distrust among his fellow mutants shortly after take-off. With all of the mutants gone sans a vengeful Siamese twin (or at least half of him), Ramon takes his cash cow to the pay-off site, though a curious case of the Stockholm syndrome has thrown an unexpected wrench into Ramon's devious plan. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi


Antonio Resines
as Ramon Yarritu
Álex Angulo
as Alex Abadie
Frédérique Feder
as Patricia Orujo (the Bride)
Saturnino Garcia
as Juan Abadie
Enrique San Francisco
as Luis Maria de Ostolaza (the Groom)
Feodor Atkine
as Kaufmann
Bibiana Fernandez
as Party Guest
Rossy de Palma
as Party Guest
David Gil
as Abraham
Esther García
as TV Presenter
Ramón Barea
as The Old Blind
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Audience Reviews for Acción mutante (Mutant Action)

  • May 09, 2009
    Entertaining, satirical and cheesy black comedy movie.
    John M Super Reviewer
  • Mar 09, 2009
    The Spaniard freak Alex De la Iglesia debuts with this funny futuristic black comedy where a guerrilla formed by anarchistic cripples plan their biggest attack to the establishment, then all hell breaks loose. A not so good movie, but a riot for any fan of this curious filmmaker.
    Pierluigi P Super Reviewer
  • Oct 11, 2008
    Álex de la Iglesia's first film obviously sucks big time, but I owe respect to him because he was the first Spanish director that dared to challenge the national regime in Spain that was present for a long time, and on top of that, Almodóvar decided to produce it, considering the very low budget Álex de la Iglesia had since the beginning. This crappy film is a spoof of several genres, such as science fiction, horror and thriller. The special effects are laughable, the acting sucks for the good, and the story is dumb as hell. Álex de la Iglesia really established his unique and crazy style here. Say hi to a new cult filmmaker. 66/100
    Edgar C Super Reviewer

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