Robert Rodriguez Mexico Trilogy

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment   (2003) / Region 1
Robert Rodriguez Mexico Trilogy

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Robert Rodriguez Mexico Trilogy

~~El Mariachi (Special Edition)


Leaping back into action, gun-slinging, guitar-toting hero "El Mariachi" is back in town in Once Upon a Time in Mexico, as director Robert Rodriguez delivers the epic final chapter of his pulp western trilogy. Starring Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, Johnny Depp, Mickey Rourke, Eva Mendes, Enrique Iglesias and William Dafoe Once Upon a Time In Mexico is a full-frontal assault.

~~Desperado (Special Edition)


Antonio Banderas, Joaquim De Almeida, Salma Hayek, Steve Buscemi, Cheech Marin and Quentin Tarantino star in this stylish shoot-'em-up described as a south-of-the-border Pulp Fiction.

Director Robert Rodriguez follows up his legendary debut film, El Mariachi, with this sexy sequel about a mysterious guitar player (Banderas) search for vengeance against the men who murdered his girlfriend.

~~Once Upon A Time In Mexico


All he wants is to be a Mariachi, like his father, his grandfather and his great grandfather before him. But the town he thinks will bring him luck brings him only a curse of deadly mistaken identity. F-rced to trade his guitar for a gun, the mariachi is playing for his life in this critically-acclaimed film debut from director Robert Rodriguez.

Financed with earnings from a month-long stay in a research hospital, this astonishing action adventure was shot with no second takes, using borrowed equipment and a talented cast of unknowns. The riveting result is a wild bullet-dodging ride through a world of bandido violence, from the suspense of the opening shoot-out to the tragedy of the unexpected conclusion. With little more than a great story and a lot of heart, Rodriguez has created pure movie pleasure, setting new standards for independent filmmaking, and establishing himself as an unquestionable talent. "An enormously entertaining movie." (Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times)


  • Length
  • Rating R
  • Released:
  • Added Aug 15 2005
  • Production Year 2003
  • Empire SKU 741333
  • UPC Code 043396127159
  • Studio  Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Packaging Custom
  • Number of Discs 3
  • Disc SS-DL
  • Subtitles English and French


- All films in their original aspect ratios -

El Mariachi (Special Edition)
Robert Rodriguez Audio Commentary
Ten-Minute Flick School
Inside Troublemaker Studios
Deleted Scenes
Ten-Minute Cooking School
The Anti-Hero's Journey
Film is Dead: An Evening with Robert Rodriguez
The Good, the Bad and the Bloody: A Look at the Special Effect
DVD-ROM: Test Your Wits in the Shooting Gallery and the Loteria
Presented in English Dolby Digital 5.1 Audio [CC]
Optional French Dolby Digital Surround Audio

Desperado (Special Edition)
Exclusive First Look at Once Upon a Time in Mexico
10 More Minutes with Robert Rodriguez: Anatomy of a Shootout
Director Commentary
Free Trial Included: Screenblast Movie Studio? Video Editing Software!
Animated Menus
Director and Cast Filmographies
Presented in English Dolby Digital 5.1 Audio [CC]
Optional French Dolby Digital 5.1 Audio
Optional Spanish & Portuguese Dolby Digital Stereo Audio
Optional Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, & Thai Subtitles

Once Upon A Time In Mexico
Director's Commentary
Robert Rodriguez's Short Film Bedhead
"10-Minute Film School" Featurette
Sneak Peek: Once Upon a Time in Mexico
Presented in Spanish Dolby Digital Stereo Audio
Optional French Dolby Digital Stereo Audio
Optional Spanish & Korean Subtitles


    • Video
      Widescreen 1.78:1 Color (Anamorphic)
      Widescreen 1.85:1 Color (Anamorphic)

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