In Dominican Republic, the local Genaro works in a small family store and lives with his mother in a poor neighborhood. He is learning a couple of words in English and dreams on being a ... See full summary »
In Dominican Republic, the local Genaro works in a small family store and lives with his mother in a poor neighborhood. He is learning a couple of words in English and dreams on being a sanky-panky to get married to an American tourist to move to New York with a VISA and have a better life. He calls his friend Giussepe, who is the manager of a resort in Bávaro, and applies for a job position entertaining children but expecting to find a wealthy tourist. Genaro meets the gorgeous Martha, who has come from New Jersey with her fat aunts Dorothy and Helen, to forget her fiancé after calling off her wedding. Genaro calls his best friends, the womanizer Chelo and the gluttonous Carlitos, to date the aunts and live him alone with Martha. Martha only speak English and Genaro just know a couple of words in English, but everything works out the way he had schemed until the day Martha's boyfriend comes to the resort. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
I don't know, I like the movie because of the story it has. However, I don't agree with a couples things. For example, when the girl ask the DJ to play the song from the CD that she has, Why does she appear singing with the other girls, I mean do they have something to do with singing? I don't think so. I don't Know if you guys got me, but do u all remember Dreamgirls? they were all artists and they could sing 'cause that is what they used to do, but here it is not the case. and in the scene when Genaro is in Martha's room he did and over acting with the phone mentioning so many things that did not fit or were not necessary for the film, hope you understand me. overall I think it was good, no very, but good, and better than previous ones.
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