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The customers are initially hostile towards him but he seems not to notice. El Mariachi Antonio Banderas , the man from the story wakes from a dream about Domino, his love interest in the first film. He hears a knock at the door and lets in Buscemi.

El simply states that it will be over. He orders his men to keep an eye out for any strangers and buys a bulletproof limo. El then goes to the bar. They prepare to kill him but he ejects 2 hidden. Meanwhile in a hidden room, several other men see the gunfight on a video monitor and Tavo executes the drug Pick-Up Guy Quentin Tarantino because they believe he betrayed them. El proceeds to kill all the men except the bartender and tries to question him, but he is accidentally shot by a man from the hidden room.

Finally the man finds one and tries to shoot El with it, but El snaps his neck. The woman then carries him away. El awakens in a bookstore to see the woman stitching up his arm. He then asks where he is and she says it is her bookstore, but business is not very good. He then falls asleep from the painkillers she gives him. Carolina runs some errands and then comes back to the bookstore. Curious about his guitar case, she opens it to see the guitar, but it then opens to show his guns. She is then grabbed by El.

He then offers to give her one of his guns as a gift, but she declines. El is then also hit, but only wounded and takes cover in an alley. He proceeds to kill several of them with his knives, but is then shot dead. El manages to escape without being seen and runs into the little boy from earlier, who wants to show El his real guitar. El follows him, visibly in pain and bleeding profusely.

A car drives up and a man inside trades guitars with the boy. They then drive around the corner and see El. The man in the car attempts to pull a gun, but El is faster and demands the other guitar.

They give it to him and drive away. He then breaks it open to see a packet of cocaine. Enraged, El heads back to the bookstore. He calls his superiors to ask for a description of the man they sent in to look for El. He then chastises his second in command for believing that El is nothing but a legend.

El, returning to the bookstore, yells at Carolina, angered at the fact that she is apparently working for the man who he is trying to kill, and that his friend is dead. He attempts to leave and follow Bucho, but Carolina tells him that it would be suicide and to wait till later. Later, while El is recovering from his wounds, Carolina gives him a guitar as a present.

They attempt to play together, but are unable to. He proceeds to silently pull out one of his pistols and his sawed-off double barrel shotgun and trips Carolina out of the way as he fires and kills the two men.

They make their way to the roof, gunning down several men, only to find their way blocked by men on the ground. Carolina jumps while El fires at the men and then throws his guitar case across to the next building.

He lands, and rolls, unharmed. He then uses a grenade to kill the last of the gangsters. El tells her that she can escape and use the money she stashed to start a new life, without El having to kill Bucho, but Carolina says that the money was hidden in the books that were burned.

The little boy is also caught in the crossfire and is badly wounded. They arrive and find themselves surrounded, but Bucho calls his men off. Desperado is part two. The good…two words…Salma…Hayek!!!! The story is well written. The little kid whom he takes under his wing, if you will, is an added element that initially I was skeptical about ,but given what happens to him, it makes sense. To me, that seemed kind of pointless.

I mean, he has a purpose, but there is just something odd about a random white guy down in Mexico I suppose. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2. You can leave a response , or trackback from your own site. In his recommendation, he brought up the point that no stoner flick, […]. You are commenting using your WordPress.

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Frederick Aldama's The Cinema of Robert Rodriguez was the first full-scale study of one of the most prolific and significant Latino directors making films today. In this companion volume, Aldama enlists a corps of experts to analyze a majority of Rodriguez's feature films, from his first break-out success El Mariachi in to Machete in The essays explore the formal and thematic features present in his films from the perspectives of industry context, convention, and distribution , the film blueprint auditory and visual ingredients , and consumption ideal and real audiences. The authors illuminate the manifold ways in which Rodriguez's films operate internally plot, character, and event and externally audience perception, thought, and feeling.

Desperado is a American action film written, produced, and directed by Robert Rodriguez. It stars Antonio Banderas as the mariachi who seeks revenge on the drug lord who killed his lover. The film was screened out of competition at the Cannes Film Festival.

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Antonio Banderas: El Mariachi

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El Mariachi : Carolina, did I thank you?

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Frederick Aldama's The Cinema of Robert Rodriguez was the first full-scale study of one of the most prolific and significant Latino directors making films today. In this companion volume, Aldama enlists a corps of experts to analyze a majority of Rodriguez's feature films, from his first break-out success El Mariachi in to Machete in The essays explore the formal and thematic features present in his films from the perspectives of industry context, convention, and distribution , the film blueprint auditory and visual ingredients , and consumption ideal and real audiences. The authors illuminate the manifold ways in which Rodriguez's films operate internally plot, character, and event and externally audience perception, thought, and feeling.

There's some good stuff in there --weird performances, a couple of reasonably smashing action scene, nice touches -- but Desperado it ain't. I mention Desperado, Robert Rodriguez's awesome action movie featuring Antonio Banderas as a pistol-packin' mariachi, just in case anybody hadn't heard that Once Upon a Time in Mexico was the sequel. It is. El Mariachi, with its eye-popping stunts and propulsive editing, is a triumph of Rodriguez's on-the-fly filmmaking, delivering maximum movie for minimum money. So, if El Mariachi is an on-the-cheap, talent-and-guts film, and Desperado is a better-produced, better funded project where the director puts fully into play all the stuff he's learned to do when he's had to work with nothing -- what does that make Once Upon A Time in Mexico? Well, something different.

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The customers are initially hostile towards him but he seems not to notice. El Mariachi Antonio Banderas , the man from the story wakes from a dream about Domino, his love interest in the first film. He hears a knock at the door and lets in Buscemi. El simply states that it will be over. He orders his men to keep an eye out for any strangers and buys a bulletproof limo.

Nov 8, - I am looking for a man that calls himself Bucho, that is all. But you had to do it the hard way. 14 Neither does he. He looks Chinese. 15 There's.

Yuko Ogasawara. In large corporations in Japan, much of the clerical work is carried out by young women known as "office ladies" OLs or "flowers of the workplace. They are exempt from the traditional lifetime employment and have few opportunities for promotion. In this engaging ethnography, Yuko Ogasawara exposes the ways that these women resist men's power, and why the men, despite their exclusive command of authority, often subject themselves to the women's control.

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