The cinematic axiom of diminishing returns appears to be catching up with Robert Rodriguez’s Machete franchise in only the second installment, as the series’ engagingly lowbrow concept gets overwhelmed by episodic plotting and uninspired, rote performances. show more
At times, to be blunt, he (Trejo) comes off like a silent film star who's accidentally lumbered onto the set of a bloody, violent, thoroughly ridiculous talkie: reluctant to speak, sometimes a little confused by his surroundings. show more
More focused and less preachy than its exploitation-riffing predecessor, the comparably shoddy Machete Kills nonetheless peters out in the homestretch (and, for some, surely sooner). show more
I didn't know I should laugh watching this movie, or I should be consider it as WOW adventure, Police action or what. Movie industry is going down. Years ago, the movies had better taste into it.
Not as self contained as the original. It\'s more like the first half of a story that will be resolved in \"Machete Kills Again... in Space.\" But it was great fun and I enjoyed every single minute of it, Can\'t wait for the next installment.
just what you would expect from Robert