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Actors of "Once Upon A Time In Mexico"
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Directors of "Once Upon A Time In Mexico"Robert RodriguezBirthdate: 20 June 1968, San Antonio, Texas, USA
Creators of "Once Upon A Time In Mexico"Robert RodriguezBirthdate: 20 June 1968, San Antonio, Texas, USA
Critic Reviews of "Once Upon A Time In Mexico"Wesley Morris Boston GlobeSeptember 18, 2003
A movie with that many freaks and creeps should be a lot more exciting than this one actually is.James Berardinelli ReelViewsSeptember 16, 2003
A mess of a movie that nevertheless entertains because each individual piece stands high enough on its own merits that it's not necessary to look hard at the nonsensical linking material.Richard Roeper Ebert & RoeperSeptember 15, 2003
... this proves as the opposite of Cabin Fever, you can spill a lot of blood in a gratuitous, but very entertaining way.Andrew O'Hehir Salon.comSeptember 13, 2003
Make no mistake, this movie is a mess. But, wow, what a mess!Michael O'Sullivan Washington PostSeptember 12, 2003
Depp, a mere two months after his scene-stealing turn in Pirates of the Caribbean, once again is the best thing about a very silly movie.Ann Hornaday Washington PostSeptember 12, 2003
A whiz-bang kick in the pants.R. L. Shaffer IGN DVDJanuary 16, 2011
Still loaded with action and wonderful characters, but this is the least of the three pictures.Nell Minow Common Sense MediaDecember 26, 2010
Like an R-rated, violent Roadrunner cartoon.Cole Smithey ColeSmithey.comJune 13, 2009
...a cartoonish action movie that entertains without garnering empathy for any of its characters, with the exception of Ruben Blades' Jorge.Felix Vasquez Jr. Cinema CrazedApril 29, 2009
Would be such a good movie, were it not so utterly ridiculous and laden with sheer stupidity and nonsense...Andrew Wright Portland MercuryJanuary 21, 2005
Occasionally hits heights worthy of its Sergio Leone-inspired title ... but its manic invention exhausts more than enthralls.Steve Crum Kansas City KansanOctober 14, 2004
To be fair, Rodriguez's wicked dialogue does elicit some laughs amongst the on-screen carnage.
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