- Director: Richard Glatzer
- Genre(s): Drama
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RyanM.10I loved how they developed each of the characters, which was kind of difficult considering the diversity of each of their backgrounds.
NancyH8This movie grows on you. The supporting actors were obviously homegrown and the film had that flavor. But the story, humor and humanity carry this film thru. Give Emily Rios a few more years but Jesse Garcia is ready now. The actor who played Tio was the best--fabulous heart, voice, and humanity. It's amazing to see LA in this light--submerged in a subculture of Mexico. A very enjoyable film.… Expand
ArmondA.7If there's one thing I hate it's a sappy, manipulative, feel-good-and-bring-the-tissues movie that makes conservative, church-going, anti-gay, abstinence-only, folks swell with self-satisfaction. This little movie-confection is as sweet for the rest of us. While it breaks no ground in technique or narrative, it contains a number of small surprises, particularly in its division of white hats and black hats among the various ethnic and social groups that form the fabric of the story. Perhaps this is the new century's version of William Saroyan's Human Comedy.… Expand