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He uses lots of slo-mo and dissolve edits working in tandem with a driving Latin rock score by Los Lobos. This is just one example of how the fresh Hollywood hotshot used his newfound resources while insisting on doing it his way. Another is the casting of the leads.
Sign in. Desperado has many things in common with El Mariachi structurally, but it is a sequel, not a remake. Just after the title sequence, a dream scene replays the ending of the first film though a reshot version, with Antonio Banderas replacing Carlos Gallardorecapping the death of Domino and the wounding of Mariachi's hand.
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Antonio Banderas is avenging his lover's death in this sequel to "El Mariachi. In another extended love scene the woman's breasts and buttocks and the man's chest are visible. This scene is heavily cut and it is hard to see exactly what is happening.
Desperado When the smoke clears, it just means he's reloading. Rating: 7. Movie Details:.
Desperado is as much a sequel as it is a remake. It is El Mariachi with a bigger budget and a little more depth. It is more generic, yes, but this makes it more approachable so I think it's a trade-off.
Tastes may change and mature over time, but we are all influenced by the culture we grew up in. As a teenager growing up in the 90s, developing my film knowledge with as many rented and recorded VHS tapes as I could find, American cinema seemed absurdly exciting. Particularly thrilling to me was a new wave of directors with an independent sensibility, who were just hitting their stride.