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Party Time: The Movie (2009)

PG | | Musical | 21 April 2009 (USA)
In a far away time known as the 1980s, two high school students from opposite sides find themselves having to collaborate for an appearance in a TV music / dance program called "Party Time".
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Javier (credit only)
Suheil Martin ...
Laura
Roberto Luis Vigoreaux ...
Pablo
Mickey Negron ...
Edwin (credit only)
Javier Bellido Cintron ...
Oscar Rivera
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Angel (as Gustavo Adolfo) (credit only)
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Lourdes (credit only)
Greysha Rivera ...
Carmen (credit only)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jean Carlo Carreras ...
Miguel (as Jean Carlos Carreras)
Luisa de los Rios
Natalia Delgado ...
Pamela
Juanma Fernández-Paris
Gricel Mammery
Ricky Josue Perez ...
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In a far away time known as the 1980s, two high school students from opposite sides find themselves having to collaborate for an appearance in a TV music / dance program called "Party Time".

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Musical

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PG
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$900,000 (estimated)
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Two songs, Click's "Que Te Pasa" and Gino Latino's "Welcome", appear in the film but are not listed in the end credits. See more »

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Referenced in Cinema Puerto Rico: una antropología visual (2014) See more »

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Earnestness goes a long way in making this film worth your while
9 September 2011 | by (san juan, PR) – See all my reviews

In an age of overtly cynical attempts at "moviemaking", I found this movie to be quite refreshing. As somebody who grew up here in Puerto Rico in the 1980s, I thought it got many, many things right. Do not be expecting a perfect film (it runs out of gas towards the end, and if you know the music of that era, you will soon realize that some of the songs are original versions, and some are not - you might find the quality of the 'cover' versions to be annoying). It's got its heart in the right place. I hope that, over the next few years, this film is appreciated much more than what it has been so far. I believe it deserves it.


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