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George Lopez: Tall, Dark & Chicano (2009)

TV Movie  -   -  Comedy  -  9 August 2009 (USA)
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Performed Live at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas.

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Performed Live at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas.

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George Lopez: Listen to this. Let me see your arm brother.
[he points to a young man in the audience]
George Lopez: Check this out, can we put a camera on this cat's arm here? This dude... has... my face... tattooed on his arm! Stand up. Show this... You gotta see that.
[young man stands up and shows off his tattoo on his left arm]
George Lopez: This brother has my face tattooed... that's amazing! Thank you for that! I appreciate that! Respect! Respect! I look good too vato! You better not have Erik Estrada on that other fuckin' arm!... ...
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Written by Jerry Goldstein (as Goldstein), Harold R. Brown (as Brown), Thomas Allen (as Allen),
Morris D. Dickerson (as Dickerson), Howard E. Scott (as Scott), Lonnie Jordan (as Jordan), Lee Oskar (as Oskar), Charles Miller (as Miller)
Performed by War
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And Full of Energy
23 January 2011 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

George Lopez, sometimes billed as "America's Mexican" has become a familiar figure on the popular culture scene, so familiar, perhaps, that his presence has bred a certain level of contempt. This show, filmed at a time his talk show was still running, no doubt suffered a certain level of competition with himself, as he cannibalized several of his routines here from the show.

But put Mr. Lopez in front of a large, enthusiastic audience, and he shows a level of passion and energy that is not usually visible on the TV screen. As he ranges over his usual issues of ethnic conflict, from the Sotomayer confirmation hearings that had just concluded to the right way to pronounce 'tortilla', he is everything a stand-up comic should be. The result is a most enjoyable show.


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