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The Original Latin Kings of Comedy (2002)

R | | Documentary, Comedy
In El Paso, Texas, five of the greatest Latino comics come together on one stage in one unforgettable night of uncut and raw comedy.

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Nayib Estefan ... Live show dj
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In El Paso, Texas, five of the greatest Latino comics come together on one stage in one unforgettable night of uncut and raw comedy.

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Five Royal Cut-Ups, One Hilarious Movie! See more »


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Rated R for sexual humor and language | See all certifications »
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Cheech Marin: I've been walking around the streets of El Paso. And everybody's really friendly and they want autographs. I posed for a million pictures, Except everybody thinks they're in show business. This one 'cholo' hanging around the bus says, "Hey, sabes que? I can do impressions." Oh that's cool..."No,no, hey, vato, I can do impressions. Want to hear a dog?" yeah, alright, let me hear your dog. "Bow wow wow wow wow!" Uh, oh, yeah, that's great man, okay..."No, hey, you want to hear a cat?" Sure, I ...
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1958 Chevy Impala owned by Johnn Sotelo. See more »

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Follows The Queens of Comedy (2001) See more »

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Mexican American
Written by Cheech Marin
Performed by Cheech Marin
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Must speak Spanish to enjoy
1 August 2006 | by See all my reviews

The reason I chose to rate this movie so low is because I couldn't understand a word of it. I do NOT recommend this film to anyone unless he/she can speak fluent Spanish. And speak it well. If you can't, you won't get the jokes.....TRUST ME. I assume it was a funny show because I saw people in the audience laughing their heads off. Thankfully, I rented it for a dollar instead of buying it. I just couldn't enjoy it. They would tell part of the joke in English, and then the punchline in Spanish. However, the movie was set up good and it was cool watching one of them drive on stage in a low-rider. But all this movie did was feed me Mexican food that I couldn't pronounce. So I didn't eat it. I would take a Spanish class before partaking of this movie.


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