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    Once Upon a Time in Mexico

    Anyone else seen this yet? It's a good movie,and Johnny Depp steals the show, but it was a little violent for my tastes.

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    I haven't seen it yet, but its on my list. I will probably wait to rent it. Judging the previews, it looks a lot like Blow, another Depp movie.

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    Haven't seen it...would u recommend it then?

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    I would. It just depends on if you like movies with violence or not. I've seen much worse violence, I just don't have much of a stomach for anything of that nature. The acting is all good, especially Depp, the music is great, and it keeps you guessing.

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    Thumbs up

    Johnny Depp is just not the Flavor of the Month he is the Flavor of the Year. Nothing but praise everywhere! He's a little off-beat too, which makes me like him all the more. He's not into hollywood glamor. A James Dean type.

    I could see Urmanov skating to the Pirate's background music in costume and taking the essence of Depp. A good show!!

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    I love Johhny Depp. He's just finally getting his recognition. I loved him in What's Eating Gilbert Grape, Benny and Joon and Chocolat. I can't wait to see what he does next. Word is he might play Willy Wonka in the new version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

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    This movie is actually the sequel, or side story after, the movie "Desperado" staring Antonio Bandares and Salma Hayek.

    I've seen "Desperado" and I enjoyed it very much. I haven't seen "Once Upon a Time in Mexico", but I want to,

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    Once Upon a Time in Mexico

    Is the music composed by Ennio Morricone? He composed the music for "Once Upon a Time in the West" and "Once Upon a Time in America."

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    Actually, the director scored the movied himself. He did almost everything himself. And this movie is the third of a triology. The first was titled El Mariachi, which the direcor made for $7000. He got this money by selling his own body to science. Talk about dedication to your craft.

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