Killing Cabos Soundtrack (

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Rating: 7.50/10 from 5700 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Matando Cabos

Title in Italiano:

Matando Cabos

Title in Português:

Matando Cabos

Title in Français:

Matando Cabos

Title in Türk:

Matando Cabos

Title in Deutsch:

Matando Cabos


In Mexico City, the powerful and violent magnate of steel Oscar Cabos catches his daughter Paulina having sex with her boyfriend and his employee Javier "Jaque" and he works Jaque over.

On the next day, Jaque pays a visit to Cabos in his office and the angry man comes with a golf club to hit Jaque again. However, Cabos accidentally trips on a golf ball, falls on the floor and faints.

Jaque calls his best friend Mudo to help him, but the janitor Nacho finds his boss fainted on the floor and he steals and dresses himself with Cabos' clothes and jewels.

Meanwhile, Nacho's son Botcha and his friend Nico have planned to kidnap Cabos and they are waiting for him in the parking garage. When he walks in the parking garage, the two kidnappers hit him on the back of the head, believing that he is Cabos, they cover his head with a bag.

They head with the abducted man to the house of Botcha's girlfriend Lula. Meanwhile, Jaque and Mudo calls their wrestler friend Ruben "Mascarita" and his midget partner Tony 'El Canibal' to help them to get rid of Cabos in his birthday party. But both plans do not work well along the night.

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Killing Cabos
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User reviews

Betty Hill

The soundtrack of Killing Cabos was a mixed bag for me. While some of the tracks added a gritty and intense atmosphere to the film's violent scenes, others felt a bit generic and uninspired.

Kenneth Rodriguez

I found the use of traditional Mexican music in certain moments of the movie to be a refreshing touch, enhancing the cultural setting and adding depth to the characters' emotions.

David Thomas

Additionally, some of the musical choices felt out of place and distracting. The sudden shifts in tone and style within the soundtrack disrupted the flow of the movie, making it difficult to fully immerse myself in the story.

Susan Young

The way the music builds up tension and complements the fast-paced sequences in the film is truly impressive, making the soundtrack a standout element of Killing Cabos.

John Garcia

However, there were instances where the music felt overpowering and detracted from the dialogue and action on screen, making it difficult to fully engage with the story. Overall, the soundtrack of Killing Cabos had its highs and lows, contributing both positively and negatively to the overall viewing experience.

Joshua Roberts

The soundtrack of Killing Cabos did not effectively capture the intensity and suspense of the plot. The music seemed generic and uninspired, failing to enhance the overall viewing experience.

Mark Nelson

The soundtrack of Killing Cabos perfectly captures the intense and chaotic atmosphere of the film. Each musical piece enhances the suspense and action scenes, keeping viewers engaged throughout the movie.

Susan Lee

The use of different musical genres in the soundtrack adds depth and dimension to the storytelling, creating a dynamic and thrilling experience for the audience.