"Machete" delivers the '70s-style B-movie goods with a relentless onslaught of over-the-top violence, extreme gore, gratuitous nudity and cheap laughs.
It took three years, but Machete, whose mock trailer was lovingly showcased in the B-picture homage Grindhouse, finally is hitting theaters. And anyone whose appetite was whetted by that teasing coming attraction no doubt will be satiated by Robert Rodriguez and co-director Ethan Maniquis' full-length incarnation, which delivers everything that was promised.
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