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    The movie follows a mysterious guitar player as he seeks vengeance against the men who murdered his girlfriend. During his quest for justice, he faces down countless deadly killers and finds time for romantic tension with a beautiful woman.
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  • Actors of "Desperado"

  • Characters of "Desperado"

    El Mariachi. Character of Desperado
    Carolina. Character of Desperado
    Played by: Salma Hayek
    Bucho. Character of Desperado
    Short Bartender. Character of Desperado
    Played by: Cheech Marin
    Buscemi. Character of Desperado
    Played by: Steve Buscemi
    Right Hand. Character of Desperado
    Pick-up Guy. Character of Desperado
    Tavo. Character of Desperado
    Played by: Tito Larriva
    Zamira. Character of Desperado
    Played by: Angel Aviles
    Navajas. Character of Desperado
    Played by: Danny Trejo
    Ni. Character of Desperado
    Campa. Character of Desperado
    Quino. Character of Desperado
    Buddy. Character of Desperado
    Played by: David Alvarado
    Moco. Character of Desperado
    Domino. Character of Desperado
    Bigoton. Character of Desperado
    Played by: Jaime de Hoyos
  • Directors of "Desperado"

    Robert Rodriguez. Director of Desperado
    Robert Rodriguez
    Birthdate: 20 June 1968, San Antonio, Texas, USA
  • Creators of "Desperado"

    Robert Rodriguez. Director of Desperado
    Robert Rodriguez
    Birthdate: 20 June 1968, San Antonio, Texas, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Desperado"

    Time Out
    January 26, 2006

    Rodriguez's second feature may be a rambling, derivative exercise in gratuitous violence, but its determination to proceed as if the word 'restraint' never existed makes for gleeful entertainment.

    New York Times
    May 20, 2003

    Mr. Rodriguez may be good enough to make a film about anything, but Desperado would collapse if its characters had to do anything but play with guns.

    Los Angeles Times
    August 15, 2002

    What Rodriguez has essentially done in Desperado is make a slicker, more expensive copy of what came before. And what looked promising for $7,000 looks tiresome for a whole lot more.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    June 18, 2002

    The routine gets tiresome for the Mariachi, and for the audience, too, after about an hour.

    Rolling Stone
    May 12, 2001

    Desperado is best when Rodriguez lets his playful side cut through the blare of a born filmmaker indulging his first chance at high-end Hollywood fireworks.

    USA Today
    January 01, 2000

    Desperado, which is nothing but set pieces, snoozes between its scenes of carnage.
    July 30, 2007

    Within Rodriguez' pulp formula stories are little pockets of ingenuity.

    TV Guide
    March 13, 2007

    Rodriguez's follow-up is unquestionably formulaic but mercifully free of the flat dialogue and arch one-liners that undermine so many action films.

    June 20, 2006

    A slicker, more expensive version than El Mariach, except that what was promising and charming for $7,000 now looks tiresome and repetitious for $7 million
    December 05, 2004

    An incredibly violent and infinitely entertaining shoot-'em-up.
    February 21, 2004

    A supreme example of style vs. substance - and style wins!

    Reno Gazette-Journal
    September 26, 2003

    Desperado has merit as a guilty pleasure, but when the violence and action grow tiresome, the film has nothing to hang its hat on.

  • Soundtracks of "Desperado"

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