12 Facts About Machete Kills


Machete Kills is a 2013 American action exploitation film directed by Robert Rodriguez, with a screenplay by Kyle Ward, from a story by Robert and Marcel Rodriguez.

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Machete Kills is arrested and hanged by corrupt Sheriff Doakes and Deputy Clebourne.

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Machete Kills learns that Mendez has wired the missile's launch device to his own heart so that if he dies, the missile fires.

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Machete Kills and Mendez evade the assailants, only to be caught by a reborn Zaror and the masked mercenaries who killed Sartana.

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Machete Kills meets businessman and weapons inventor Luther Voz, who has kept Mendez's beating heart preserved in a jar.

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Voz shares his plan to manipulate extremists throughout the world to fire nuclear weapons at each other, to escape to an orbiting space station to rebuild society in space, and to have Machete Kills succeed Zaror as a prototype for his army of cloned enforcers.

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Machete Kills escapes the facility, meeting up with his old comrade Luz, who then refers him to Osiris, a former enemy who has since joined Luz's network and could possibly disarm the device.

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Machete Kills follows her to the desert by jumping on her vehicle's rooftop, but is thrown off.

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Machete Kills realizes Voz was the masked man who killed Sartana and fights him.

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Rathcock's forces retrieve Machete Kills; he tells him that the other missiles have been disarmed.

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Machete Kills was released theatrically in the United States on October 11,2013, by Open Road Pictures; the film's release date was initially set for September 13, but was pushed back to avoid competition with Insidious: Chapter 2.

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Machete Kills was released on DVD and Blu-ray by Universal Pictures Home Entertainment on January 21,2014 in the United States.

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