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Le film qui crée l'événement cette semaine est incontestablement Machete, co-réalisé par Robert Rodriguez et Ethan Maniquis. Très attendu, trop diront certains, le film, né d'une fausse bande-annonce, réunit un casting prestigieux et attrayant de vedettes de cinéma : Danny Trejo, Michelle Rodriguez, Jessica Alba, Robert de Niro, Lindsay Lohan, Cheech Marin, Steven Seagal? Ancien membre de la police fédérale du Mexique, Machete, qui doit son surnom à son utilisation des machettes et des armes blanches, est engagé pour tuer John McLaughlin, candidat aux élections sénatoriales du Texas.
Blessé par balle, « le dangereux mexicain » décide de se venger et se retrouve notamment confronté à un caïd de la drogue? Découvrez un extrait sexy de Machete avec la somptueuse Jessica Alba. Sartana extrait de Machete Faux trailer Machete extrait de Planète terreur - un film Grindhouse Combat de rue extrait de Desperado Qu'en pensent les bloggeurs ? I Watch Stuff - New 'Machete' Trailer: Danny Trejo Versus Steve Seagal, with Machetes. At last, an opposition to Arizona's anti-immigration law that's more effective than a boycott against New York-based Arizona Iced Tea: a new trailer for Robert Rodriguez's Machete.
Lawmakers may be able to be ignore civil rights, but they can't ignore a Mexican swinging a bunch... / Continue → Machete (film) The film also co-stars Robert De Niro, Jessica Alba, Don Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez, Steven Seagal, Lindsay Lohan, Cheech Marin and Jeff Fahey.
This was Steven Seagal's first theatrical release film in eight years since his starring role in 2002's Half Past Dead. Machete was released in the United States by 20th Century Fox and Rodriguez's company, Troublemaker Studios, on September 3, 2010. A sequel -- Machete Kills—was released on October 11, 2013. Three years later, a down-and-out Machete roams Texas, scraping by on yard work. Michael Booth (Jeff Fahey), a local businessman and spin doctor, explains to Machete that corrupt Texas State Senator John McLaughlin (Robert De Niro) is sending hundreds of illegal immigrants out of the country.
In order to stop this, Booth offers Machete $150,000 to kill McLaughlin. Machete trains a rifle on McLaughlin from a rooftop during a rally, but before he fires he sees one of Booth's henchmen aiming at him. Robert Rodriguez's Machete Movie Trailer Slashes at Arizona Immigration Law. In the two short weeks since Arizona's controversial immigration law passed, protesters and supporters across the country have offered a flood of outraged sputtering and frenzied spinning.
But of all the law's critics, filmmaker Robert Rodriguez may be the most eloquent, employing a strategy perhaps best described as, "If you can't beat them, make a buck off them. " On May 5, the Mexican-American filmmaker responded to the law by releasing an "illegal" trailer for his highly anticipated immigrant revenge-fantasy flick, Machete. The short film, originally produced for Ain't It Cool News, opens with actor Danny Trejo angrily squinting into the camera, saying, "This is Machete with a special Cinco de Mayo message to Arizona. " It then proceeds to offer a shoot-em-up bloodbath that highlights the rest of the cast, including Michelle Rodriguez, Jessica Alba, Lindsay Lohan and Robert DeNiro. Awkward Position Machete appears tailor-made for the current political climate. Choosing Viral Channels. Hey Arizona, Don't Fuck With This Mexican... MACHETE has some Cinco De Mayo words for you!!! Now in 720p!
Hey Arizona, Don't Fuck With This Mexican... MACHETE has some Cinco De Mayo words for you!!! Now in 720p! Hey folks, Harry here and earlier today Robert Rodriguez and Danny Trejo dropped by my house with a package. Rodriguez is calling this his "Illegal" trailer. You see, Robert talked Fox into letting him put together a Cinco De Mayo message for ARIZONA - given. As a Tucsonan who moved to Austin, I am embarrassed for my former home state. I love how it blends new material with the stuff... ...we know from the Grindhouse trailer. I've seen some wild promotional studio stunts in the past, but setting up the passage of a law to promote a film takes the cake.