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Talento de barrio (2008)

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A young drug dealer falls in love while facing disruption among the men in his gang, and being offered a career as a Reggaetón singer.

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... Edgar
Maestro ... Jayco
Katiria Soto ... Soribel
César Farrait ... Wichy
Angélica Alcaide ... Natasha
Norma Colón ... Edgar's mother
... Matías
Payi ... González (as Rafael Acevedo)
Welmo E. Romero-Joseph ... Leo (as Welmor)
Rey Pirín ... Javier
Pepe Fuentes ... Don Joaquín
Moncho Conde ... Popó
Gringo ... Angelo
Erik Rodriguez ... Wito
Glory ... Tata
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A misunderstood youth from the streets of Puerto Rico must choose between musical superstardom and underworld notoriety after falling for a beautiful uptown girl whose positive influence causes him to seriously consider giving up a life of crime. Edgar Dinero (Daddy Yankee) was balancing thug life with greater ambitions when he first met the girl of his dreams. In order to prevent the girl from slipping through his fingers, Dinero does his best to prevent her from discovering his true ties to the violent barrio underworld. By day, Dinero slips into the recording studio with dreams of becoming a big reggaeton star, and by night be takes to the streets to defend his turf from the most violent criminals in the city. One day, Dinero realizes he finally has the opportunity to leave his life of crime behind. Will he ever convince the corrupt cops that he's changed his ways, and will his brothers on the street find the courage to forgive him for abandoning them during their darkest hour? Now... Written by Charys Caldarella

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Action | Crime | Drama | Music

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Rated R for violence, pervasive language, drug content and brief sexuality | See all certifications »

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10 October 2008 (USA)  »

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Straight from the Barrio  »

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Opening Weekend USA:

$57,937, 10 October 2008, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$1,666,769, 2 November 2008

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$1,132,382, 8 September 2008
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Worst Action Film i Ever Seen since Ballistic!
1 August 2011 | by See all my reviews

I can't even think how Daddy Yankee can do a movie, the movie have the worst performances in the Spanish-language cinema history, Gangs...thats something new?....The movie its a copy of classic gangs films like "Blood in, Blood Out", "8 Mile", "Get Rich or Dye Trying" and "American Me". Daddy Yankee only wants to make a film because he are lowing down, he pass away, i will remember him for doing this awful piece of crap. I simply don't want to see nothing like this again, i prefer to watch Battlefield on Earth and listening Justin Bieber new album for the rest of my life. This movie its nothing and its a shame. Latin-Americans are the bad guys in this films.. All Latinamericans have guns and are Criminals?...this movie need something...and that is a message that the other Gang movies have. Blood In, Blood Out and American Me shows us that Gangs are the way of Evil...oh i forget MI FAMILIA, the Chucho parts pff, that film really make us understand the danger of bad companies. This movie its nothing for me.


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