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Loco Love -- After losing his restaurant to his ex-wife, Donald's gardener wins the lottery & offers him a new restaurant if he agrees to marry his beautiful, but crazy sister so she can get a green card.
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  (in credits order)

Laura Harring ... Catalina (as Laura Elena Harring)

Roy Werner ... Donald
Gerardo Mejía ... Miguel Sanchez

Margaret Scarborough ... Barbara

VictoriaRegina ... Juanita (as Victoria Ramirez)

Frank Gallegos ... Tobias

Barbara Eden ... Jackie

Erick Carrillo ... Pedro

Paul Keith ... Mr. Hurley
Michael Kuka ... Norm
Rhonda Le ... Eli

Miguel Mas ... Hector

Debbie McLeod ... Mrs. Hurley
Ken Perkins ... Maitre'D
Tara Price ... Carla the bartender
Dominique Reino ... Honeymooner
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hector Aristizabal ... Cruz

Tara Callaghan Carr ... Beverly Hills Mom (as Tara Callaghan)
Vanessa Colorado ... Mom on the Beach
Judd Dunning ... Waiter

Sonya Eddy ... Female Agent

Russell Edge ... Honeymoon Husband
Michaela Faherty ... Little Girl
Christopher Holloway ... Justice of the Peace
Lonnie Hughes ... Hairstylist (as Lorne Hughes)
R.J. Mejia ... Anthony

Michael Munoz ... Fishing Boy (as Michael Muñoz)
Gerson Navarrete ... Boy on the Beach
Chi Chi Navarro ... Ansiana

Bert Rosario ... Bartender

Dan Twyman ... INS Agent
Jacob Urrutia ... Domi

Directed by
Bryan Lewis 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Steven Baer  writer

Produced by
Charlie Bravo .... executive producer
Lara Blasingame Hancock .... line producer (as Lara Blasingame)
Bryan Lewis .... producer
Chris Miller .... post-production producer: Visionbox Media Group
Amparo O'Connell .... distribution producer (as Amparo Ochoa Vargas)
Original Music by
Jon McCallum 
Cinematography by
Thaddeus Wadleigh 
Film Editing by
Sherril Schlesinger 
Production Design by
Robin Kirk 
Art Direction by
Daren DeShetler 
Costume Design by
Carol Nolan 
Makeup Department
Masami Sato .... makeup assistant
Joo-mee Song .... makeup designer
Production Management
Philip Harrelson .... post-production supervisor
Lilian Medrano .... pre-production office manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michael Asiman .... second assistant director
Emily Love .... second second assistant director
Casey Slade .... first assistant director
Jim Whitworth .... key second assistant director
Art Department
Daren DeShetler .... property master
Alexis Hanawalt .... key set dresser
Andrew Hentz .... art department runner
Andrew Hentz .... assistant to Mr. Hanawalt
Andrew Hentz .... set dresser
Brian Johnson .... assistant art director
Shianne Park .... assistant to production designer
Oceano Ransford .... art department production assistant
John Strand .... food stylist
John Strnad .... assistant property master
Sound Department
Angela M. Catanzaro .... assistant sound editor (as Angela Catanzaro)
Gary Day .... additional boom operator
Warren Dewey .... sound effects editor
Alicia Francis .... boom operator
Lawrence Fried .... sound recordist
Scott G.G. Haller .... dialogue editor
Justin Manriquez .... additional boom operator
Brad North .... additional sound editor
Kira Roessler .... dialogue editor (as Kira)
Bjorn Schaller .... sound re-recording mixer
Bjorn Scheller .... adr recordist
Bjorn Scheller .... sound re-recording mixer
Byron Wilson .... adr supervisor
Byron Wilson .... supervising sound editor
Camera and Electrical Department
Jesse Bactat .... best boy electric
Mark Brinegar .... gaffer
Peter Calcaterra .... dolly grip
Cameron Cannon .... first assistant camera: second unit
Greg Code .... Steadicam operator
Greg Code .... camera operator
William Hall .... grip
Cari Lutz .... first assistant camera
Nathan 'Nato' Morris .... electrician
Steve Mulcahey .... best boy grip
Wayne Norman .... jib operator
Peter Pierce .... gaffer: second unit
Hal Reinheimer .... key grip
Gavin Ridling .... grip
Shane Saffery .... grip
Michael J. Scherlis .... jib operator
Eric Schoentag .... electrician
Janusz Sikora .... director of photography: additional photography
Alex Szuch .... second assistant camera
Dre Witt .... grip
Yano Witt .... grip
Casting Department
Mario Marquez .... extras casting
Piper Norwood .... casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jen-Lan Lou .... costume assistant
Editorial Department
Angela M. Catanzaro .... assistant editor (as Angela Catanzaro)
Andy Lichtstein .... colorist
Frank Mazzaro .... on-line editor
Chris Miller .... post-production services
Other crew
Carla Braswell .... script supervisor
Gerald Carillo .... key set production assistant
Kasey Coulter .... production assistant
Joseph M. Gonzalez .... production assistant
Cecelia Hall .... production assistant
Terry L. James .... digital film transfer
Michael Kuka .... choreographer
Seth G. Kupperman .... production assistant
Didier Perrin .... craft service
Glen Rose .... title designer
Otto Saurer .... production assistant
Eduardo Sigal .... production assistant
Melody Stivers .... production assistant
Doug Vargas .... production assistant
Jennifer West .... production coordinator

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Also Known As:
"Mi Casa, Su Casa" - USA (original title)
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Rated PG for thematic elements, sensuality and language
Norway:94 min
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5 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
LOCO LOVE is predictable fun., 6 July 2005
Author: silver-72 from Canada

LOCO LOVE is predictable fun. It is one of those films that after the first ten minutes, you know where it is going, and how it is going to end. This is a straight forward story that goes from point A to point B with very few twists along the way. Boy meets Girl. Boy and Girl hate each other. Boy and Girl love each other. Boy and Girl break off their relationship. Boy and Girl get back together. Fortunately there are enough fun scenes along the way to make the journey worth taking.

The beginning starts out a bit shaky with a jerky exposition and an incredibly bad mustache. It is apparent that this film was made on a very low budget. I thought I was going to hate this film. However, the story slowly became endearing. It's a Taming of the Shrew meets Trading Places kind of story.

The story was hampered by the producer/director trying to be too politically correct. The relationship between Donald and Cat also seemed a bit rushed, but it worked well enough keep my interest. What made this film entertaining was the cast of character actors and the little one-liners they were given.

While LOCO LOVE is not great entertainment, it is good enough to nuke some popcorn, curl up on the couch and watch this awkward, silly romantic comedy.

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