La familia de Epifanio radica en los Estados Unidos desde hace veinticinco años. Él y su mujer son mexicanos... See full synopsis »
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Rafael Inclán ...
Epifanio López
María Sorté ...
Cenobia
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Piffany
Giovanni Florido ...
Cenobio
Juan Ángel Esparza ...
Manuel
Claudia Goytia ...
Leobigilda
Wendy González ...
Asunción
Alfredo Alonso ...
Agente aduanal
Benjamín Islas ...
Vista aduanal
Juan Alejandro Ávila ...
Patrullero III
Raúl Adalid ...
Agente border patrol
Alfredo Dávila ...
Ministerio público
Gustavo Franco ...
Cirilo
Luke Zúñiga ...
Jimmy
Jesús Cortinas ...
Valente
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La familia de Epifanio radica en los Estados Unidos desde hace veinticinco años. Él y su mujer son mexicanos... See full synopsis »

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Rated PG-13 for language and some violence | See all certifications »
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28 April 2006 (Mexico)  »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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A Mexican living in the USA for over 20 years, receives a phone call that his brother is dying, so he decides to take his family to Zacatecas.
30 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The movie is quite funny. Nice for a family setting. You might need to be Mexican to find it funny.

The selection of songs was very good, since it heightens the humor in the movie. The movie makes many stabs at the corruption in Mexico, but it does in a funny way.

Rafael Inclan is a veteran comedian and he does a very good job portraying a Mexican in a funny way. The way he talks is quite funny, although it might not be funny with subtitles.

The movie mixes Spanish with English at times in what I thought was a very good way. Children of Mexicans that live in the US usually talk mixing in English with Spanish. The movie took advantage of this to make more jokes for example: "Hableme en español, please". I thought it was well handled. And the girl at the beginning seemed like she really didn't know Spanish that well. For a while I thought the actress wasn't Mexican, but she is.


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