Two Mexican brothers get smuggled over the border to try and find their "America Dream".Two Mexican brothers get smuggled over the border to try and find their "America Dream".Two Mexican brothers get smuggled over the border to try and find their "America Dream".
- (as Raphael Feldman)
Harimander Singh Khalsa
- Rambunctious American
- (as Michael Cashore)
When I watched America 101, I got a true feel about Arizona's border culture. The brothers share a bond I feel with my family and my brothers so I could easily relate to them. I caught a clip of Oprah the other day and she commented on the movie Diary of a Mad Black Woman(great movie!) saying something along the lines of how she appreciated the way it portrayed black people as genuine people in relationships sharing love and feelings with hugging and kissing showing that black people are just like everyone else, and not as stereotypical trouble makers as often portrayed. And this is how I feel about America 101 on how it shows Mexicans as hardworking and genuine. I felt a connection with the brothers on their journey to the U.S. And the bonus to it all was that it was a comedy that had my mom and me laughing the whole way through. I enjoyed the beautiful southwest landscape and my mom said she thought the music was great. There was light profanity in a couple of spots but other than that I would recommend it to the entire family.
- Mar 20, 2005
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