Desperado (1995) and Once Upon a Time in Mexico (2003)

  1. Pulp Fiction — 12 points
  2. From Dusk till Dawn — 11 points
  3. Kill Bill: Volume 1–10 points
  4. The Faculty — 9 points
  5. Spy Kids — 8 points
  6. Reservoir Dogs — 7 points
  7. Once Upon a Time in Mexico — 6 points
  8. Kill Bill: Volume 2–5 points
  9. Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams — 4 points
  10. Jackie Brown — 3 points
  11. El Mariachi — 2 points
  12. Desperado — 1 point


Best Scene: The Prologue

Once Upon a Time in Mexico



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