Reviewing <I>Machete Kills</I> is easy: If you liked <I>Machete</I>, you’ll love <I>Machete Kills</I>. And if you thought the first <I>Machete</I> had potential but sort of drooped in places, you can take heart that the sequel is a lot tighter and more consistently kick-ass. While true to the same spirit of packing in big thrills on a small budget, <I>Machete Kills</I> is a more successful movie all around -- cleverer, more violent, and more ridiculous than its predecessor.<P><P>
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