Desperado Trailer & Clips


Desperado full movie is released on Aug 25, 1995. Watch Desperado online - the Spanish Action movie from United States , which has achieved a worldwide gross of $25,405,445. Desperado is directed by Robert Rodriguez and created by Robert Rodriguez with Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayek. Desperado is available online on Hulu and Pluto TV.

Director Robert Rodriguez picks up where his successful independent debut El Mariachi left off with this slam-bang South of the Border action saga. Bucho (Joaquim DeAlmeida) is a wealthy but casually bloodthirsty drug kingpin who rules a seedy Mexican border town. Bucho and his men make the mistake of angering El Mariachi (Antonio Banderas), a former musician who now carries an arsenal in his guitar case. Bucho was responsible for the death of El Mariachi's girlfriend and put a bullet through his fretting hand, making him unable to play the guitar. Bent on revenge, the musician-turned-killing machine arrives in town to put Bucho out of business, though he finds few allies except for Carolina (Salma Hayek), who runs a bookstore that doesn't seem to attract many readers. Desperado features supporting performances from Cheech Marin as a cynical bartender, Steve Buscemi as the cantina patron who sets up the story, and Quentin Tarantino as a man with a really terrible joke to tell.

As know as:

Отчаянный, Kẻ Liều Mạng, Ντεσπεράντο, Robert Rodriguez: Desperado, Десперадо

Release Date:

Aug 25, 1995

Release Date (Streaming):

Mar 09, 1999


United States, Mexico


Spanish, English

Stream Service:

Columbia Pictures

Production Companies:

Columbia Pictures, Los Hooligans Productions

Gross worldwide:



He came back to settle the score with someone. Anyone. EVERYONE., When the smoke clears, it just means he's reloading., The explosive new film from Robert Rodriguez


Juan M. Mendez
New York Daily News
[A] satisfying banquet of pulp filmmaking.
by rottentomatoes, Aug 18, 2021
Owen Gleiberman
Entertainment Weekly
by rottentomatoes, Sep 07, 2011
Geoff Andrew
Time Out
Rodriguez's second feature may be a rambling, derivative exercise in gratuitous violence, but its determination to proceed as if the word 'restraint' never existed makes for gleeful entertainment.
by rottentomatoes, Jan 26, 2006

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