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Getting High in the Barrio (2010)

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Alberto Alvarado ...
Vato
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FBI Agent #2 (as John Bryant Davila)
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Big Gay Tito
Dazza Del Rio ...
Lucy
Elena Diaz ...
Leticia
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Mr. Cortez
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Javier
Luz ...
OG Dad
Danny Martinez ...
Felipe
Margarita Molina ...
Fantasia
Marali Natalia ...
Andrea (as Marali Reazei)
Tryfon Reglis ...
FBI Agent
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Greedy
Carl Washington ...
Brotha Man #2
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Brotha Man #1
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Actors Carl Washington and Maurice Webster received the wrong Acting credits for the characters they played in the film. See more »

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Wow! Now I know I'm on the wrong planet......
27 July 2010 | by See all my reviews

Wow! Now I know I'm on the wrong planet. I would have given it a 0 rating but that would have meant the film never existed. But since it does I gave it 1. So having struggled to watch this film about 2 Bozo's who were the most unfunny comedy duo I've even seen on the screen, which I gathered is what passes for a Cheech & Chong film of today, I sadly have to say I found it to be an insult to good creative intelligent comedy. What made Cheech & Chong classic cult comedy was that there was hardly any slang words or overt violence with blood, as there was a needless overabundance of it in this film. Are these film makers so dumbed down that "Eat shi. and die mouther......" with bloody violence is the only way they feel they can make people laugh these days? Sorry but reality these days just isn't funny any longer. A lot of potential was wasted. But having said that I would urge you see this film so you can say to your friends not to see it being a waste of 90 minutes from ones life. I just couldn't see what was so funny about the Mexican gang culture, or any culture where kindness and love have no place because selfish greed and oneself is all that matters. I think the people have been brainwashed the wrong way enough. Now let me tell you about a film that was worth the price of its ticket........


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