If there’s one group of mutants fighting the wrong-doers of the world that you should see this weekend, it’s probably the X-Men, but if there’s two, you could do worse than to revel in the exploits of Accion Mutante.

Alex de la Iglesia’s first film is absurd, insane, action-packed, and takes place in a world where the beautiful people have taken over the planet. Science fiction, or real life? Difficult to say.

Sorry, English speakers. I couldn’t snag a subtitled version, but you really don’t need to be fluent in Spanish to get hip to what’s going on here. A kidnapping, an unlikely crew of heroes, and some heavy artillery. That’s the same in every language.

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