A former gang member is pulled back into his former violent world after a Russian gang vying for control of the local drug trade kills his wife. Taking a solemn pledge to seek vengeance for... See full summary »
Traces over three generations an immigrant family's trials, tribulations, tragedies, and triumphs. Maria and Jose, the first generation, come to Los Angeles, meet, marry, face deportation ... See full summary »
Edward James Olmos
Kid brother Chuco (Danny De La Paz) is a sullen low-rider still caught up in the life. Despite their differences, their family bond is strong. But that bond is violently tested when rivals ... See full summary »
Danny De La Paz,
A washed-up Mexican-American prize fighter is just starting to get back on his feet when his daughter is kidnapped while investigating a political splinter group in Mexico. The police and ... See full summary »
A former gang member is pulled back into his former violent world after a Russian gang vying for control of the local drug trade kills his wife. Taking a solemn pledge to seek vengeance for his wife's murder, he plunges deeply into the arena of kidnapping and murder. Written by
Coming Through Part II
Lyrics by Emmanuel Gyadu AKA Scrip, Paul Dennis Shubin and Ricardo Ortega AKA Sage
Music by Jaron Deal
Performed by Emmanuel Gyadu AKA Scrip, Paul Dennis Shubin, Ricardo Ortega AKA Sage and Aleksandar Sasha Panich
Produced by Aleksandar Sasha Panich
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I like to give Non-Hollywood movies a chance. I kinda know what I'll get from B grade movie. I've read enough reviews on IMDb that are laced with venom from people. If you buy a KIA you can't expect it to ride like a Rolls Royce. I give these type of movies the benefit of the doubt knowing whoever made them didn't have millions of dollars.
Let me climb down from my soap box. With that said Chicano Blood falls way short of being a decent B grade gangster movie. I have to put it on the D list. The box cover was awful looking bordering on plain silly. The movie wasn't any better or at least 20 minutes I did watch before turning it off. I gave Chicano Blood a 3 instead of a 1 because of actor/director/ writer/producer Damian Chapa. I admire he is trying to make movies on his terms outside of Hollywood. His other movie Fuego showcases his talents much better than this POS.
I do need to comment that when a movie like Chicano Blood has nothing to offer viewers why not put in outrageous nudity? Cinemax is home to all kinds of movies that are lousy but they do have nudity to keep a little interest. Don't waste your time on this movie.
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