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Machete Don't Fail! by MedRed
If you saw the first movie, you know exactly what you're getting into. Machete Kills is shockingly graphic.
The scale and scope of Machete Kills is much larger than the first movie. While fun, it doesn't feel quite as random and ridiculous as the first installment. The bigger budget brings some higher end special effects, but a lot of the original's appeal had to do with how comically chintzy everything looked.
Machete Kills is filled to the brim with cameos. While definitely cool, the sheer number of their individual threads make this movie less cohesive than the first one.
Machete had parts that had me dying with laughter. If you liked the first movie, this will be a go for sure. I'm really looking forward to "Machete Kills Again!"
There is an outtake and a random scene at the end of the credits
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Not as good as the first by TheBeeNJ
Didn't go in expecting a 'good' movie, but thought it would be fun like the first. There were parts...don't get me wrong, but overall I found it boring.
ay ay machete by newsgirl10
plot got too complicated, should have kept it simple, fast and to the point like first part of machete.
Although I loved the list of actors and the plot, it was overwhelming and the ending left you wondering- can it be done?
i enjoyed it.it was funny by aichapruitt
Hopefully the next one will be way better than this one.because the end was not clear enough.it has good actor.they just need to make them give more of them.because I think they can do better.
Machete Don't Write Reviews by darthmacho
Just kidding! A B-movie with an A-list cast, Machete Kills is exactly what it was meant to be, an entertaining movie that is not meant to be taken too seriously. The plot took an unexpected turn from the start with a trailer for what will be the third installment, and rocketed straight towards that new frontier without apology. As cheesy as the plot may seem, and as underdressed as the female characters are, the movie is driven by the main character, Machete, who is as honorable an likable as any leading character I've watched. The movie is rife with violence and adult themes, so leave the kiddos at home and go see Machete Kills, because it's a fun ride.
Bad Ass by Bono1969
One of the best movie from Robert Rodriguez and great story line and fun stuff of gore and killing so so Rodriguez film. Danny Trejo is da bomb and Michelle Rodriguez dead as sexy love her.
More of the same in the best way possible. by fearbringer632
If you liked the first movie, you'll like this movie. It's not nearly as good, but it's more of the same stupid fun. If you hated the first movie, this won't change your mind.
Boring and lame by jhs39
For some reason Robert Rodriguez thinks making bad movies on purpose is as funny as unintentional bad movies of the sort they used to ridicule on Mystery Science Theater 3000. It's not. The joke was already badly overextended with his episode of Grindhouse, which felt like a skit stretched out to feature length. The joke has since gotten much thinner with each Machete film. Considering that Planet Terror and Machete both tanked I'm not sure why he thinks these movies are a good idea, but Machete Kills is going to do even worse at the box office than his twp previous stabs at this idea--hopefully the threatened sequel, Machete Kills Again In Space, will never actually happen. Machete Kills manages a couple of laughs but mostly it's just tedious--it's actually even more lifeless and flat than Spy Kids 4 was--maybe Rodriguez needs to stop making sequels (Sin City 2 is on tap next) and come up with something new. If you must see this wait for it on video.
And Machete Kills Again! by lancelotlinc
Now these are my kind of movies........no real involved story, just good old fashioned hack n chop! I think what most dont understand, is the cheesieness is intentional. These movies are a tribute to the early days of drive-in action flicks. Danny Trejo IS Machete!
Too much.. by crowbarmark
I think the makers of the film (ie Rodriguez) said... "LETS GIVE THEM MORE OF THE FIRST ONE".. unfortunately, they give us too much of the wrong thing. Yes.. it was funny in the first one when he said "Machete don't text"... but then he says variations of that about 10 times in this movie. They upped the shlocky factor by a thousand... the main villain being a cultish leader wanting to go to space.. I don't know.. just doesn't gel for me. I kind of wanted to see more cool action with just a machete and motorcycles... not futuristic weapons and whatnot. Didn't like it so much.,