For one meeting with a suspect in Paris, Luis poses as a Saudi prince and talks about "his wife." Eddie is supposed to be one of NYPD's best undercover detectives, so he should have known that Saudi princes normally practice polygamy, so he should have said "one of my wives" to be as convincing as possible. See more »
Written by Drake (as Aubrey Drake Graham), Chauncey A Hollis, Raymond Deandre Martin, Marvin Thomas, Noah Shebib, Sharon Kaye Abshire, and Bernard Joseph Gerard
Performed by Young Money feat. Drake
Courtesy of Universal Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises See more »
I expected more from Puerto Ricans in Paris. But it didn't deliver like I hoped to. I like Luis Guzman, and he's the one in this movie that makes attempts to make you laugh, but apart of the occasional little grin there isn't that much to laugh with. There is also almost no action at all. It's one of those Sunday afternoon movies. Good enough for television, for everybody to watch, without anybody really paying attention to it. The story is just weak, two Puerto Rican cop buddies that try to solve the mystery of who stole the designer handbag. You don't even care about who did it because there is just not enough action, suspense or humor to keep you interested. Good enough to watch once on a boring day if you have absolutely nothing else to do.
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