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Melissa, is an American woman in beautiful Mexico for her wedding. Unfortunately, she wakes up handcuffed and married to an incredibly hot local Mexican named Carlos. Melissa has no recollection of the night before, when she got drunk and hitched. Now, she has to try to remember what she did the night before, and get the marriage with Carlos annulled before the next day, when she is supposed to have her originally planned marriage. Can she do it without anyone knowing the difference and Carlos always in the way? Written by
Carlos sits on the curb and Melissa handcuffs herself to him. She handcuffs her left hand to his right hand and drives off, leaving the keys behind. While driving her right hand is cuffed to his left hand. See more »
Pretty awful but Carrie Fisher has some great lines
It's unoriginal, badly written, and downright racist at times, but Carrie Fisher made me laugh out loud several times ("They're your bitches" is my favorite, but you have to watch the movie for the set-up). Almost all of the Mexican characters were the usual stock stereotypes, from the corrupt, bumbling cops to mama and the big family throwing a fiesta. But that said, the scenery and the lead actors were pretty to look at. Pleasant enough to watch if there's nothing else on and you're willing to let your brain turn to mush. If you liked that dreadful Matthew Perry/Salma Hayek movie from about 10 years ago, then you'll probably be able to sit through this one.
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