Release Date: 28 March 2011 | Certificate: Suitable for 18 years and over
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Robert Rodriguez brings a new breed of anti-hero to the big screen in this hyper-violent adaptation of the fake trailer originally featured in the 2007 double-feature exploitation throwback GRINDHOUSE. Machete (Danny Trejo) is a former Mexican Federale who plays by his own rules, and doesn't answer to anybody. In the wake of a harrowing encounter with feared drug lord Torrez (Steven Seagal), Machete finds himself in Texas, where the shadowy Benz (Jeff Fahey) offers him the opportunity to make some quick cash by assassinating the unscrupulous Senator McLaughlin (Robert De Niro). When the job goes awry and Machete realizes he's been set up, he turns to fierce taco queen Luz (Michelle Rodriguez), heavily-armed holy man Padre (Cheech Marin), and trigger-happy socialite April (Lindsay Lohan) to show Benz that he just messed with the wrong Mexican. But before they can get to Benz, Machete's gang will have to contend with blade-wielding ICE agent Sartana (Jessica Alba), who never met an adversary she couldn't flay.

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Customer Reviews

Worth a watch

I saw this not knowing what to expect, its a bit random but watch able. The acting is hit and miss but worth it for the over the top fighting scenes. Worth a watch but probably just the one watch.

Catalogue No: CDR70183