The calendar on Eddie's refrigerator is for August 2014. Assuming that's the month the story begins, it is incorrect that Gloria changes channels on TV and watches "The X Factor" because the last airing of the U.S. version of that show was in December of 2013. Perhaps at the time of filming this scene the filmmakers didn't know "The X Factor" would be canceled, but even if it had gotten a fourth season, it would not have premiered until the latter half of September, so it STILL shouldn't have been depicted as being on in August. See more »
Written by James Day and Jim Crane
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Of course you can't expect t it to be on the same level as a blockbuster comedy film but it's something different and it has Luis Guzman, He's a fun guy all around. There were parts that could have been funnier, and it looks like they were trying to be funny but perhaps the script didn't work out that way. Really glad to see a guilty pleasure film made.
The beginning of the film starts out appealing, it looks like it's going to be outrageous but doesn't quite get there. It had some moments that made you smile and even laugh. Can't say it quite made you laugh until you cried but enough to keep you engaged. not too familiar with the director Ian. The production looks like it had good quality video editing. It had some good name actors: Rosie Perez, Rosario Dawson, and Luis Guzman. I definitely would like to see more guilty pleasure movies like these.
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