Three convicted criminals escape from prison carrying only a Güira, a Tambora and an Accordion. During their journey they meet with a bunch of interesting characters and are forced to use their musical skills to help them get home.
After Yoli ends up alone again, she joins three other women in a fun weekend to get a break from their relationships with men. The husband and fiance of two of them join a private investigator to follow them in secret.
Joaquín, a recently divorced airline pilot, meets Manolo and Juan Luis, who are also divorced. Together, they establish rules to support their life as new bachelors. Everything changes when they try to seduce their housekeeper.
Manuel Gómez Pereira
Geisha Montes De Oca,
The humble and hardworking Orodoto Balbuena finally gets an opportunity of realizing his lifelong dream of reaching New York and living the "American Dream", but soon finds out that things aren't as pretty as he thought.
Pedro Ruiz, is a Dominican real estate broker by day and a savvy but out-of-luck thief by night. Desperate to look for respect climbing the money ladder the easy way, he gets in the wrong mansion at the wrong time.
Alex and Natalie, two individuals, who, in every romantic relationship, never get drawn into a formal relationship, who are looking to have fun without any commitments beyond three months, who wish to be always in control, fall in love. In this battle of the sexes and egos, anything can happen. Written by
The film "Quien Manda" or "who's the boss" is a sweet and fresh change in Dominican Filmography, is a romantic comedy about two Casanovas, Alex and Natalie, that considers themselves experts and leaders in love relationships, so when a Don Juan meets a Mata-Hari you can expect some explosive situations.
The movie travels around of what becomes for this couple and their relationship to make it work. But when two sharp knives collide, something happens, and a battle of wills ensues.
This is a very popular film in the Dominican Republic, that I think makes his job, giving the public two popular actors-celebrities in his stars Frank Perozo and Nashla Bogaert and both of them gives a fresh and natural performances, making us to approach the film as a nice change in the usual boring and awful Dominican comedy films we have before.
For moments the movie is really funny and smart. not without flaws.
Some jokes are too local to digest for the international public but in general the story works fine. The climax it's a little bit of a cliché, but in general the project works and in the end you have perhaps one of the few Dominican movies that makes you stay in the theater.
Good effort keep the good work.
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