Two former thieves reunite to rob the biggest thief they know -- Moctesuma Valdez, a TV infomercial guru who's made millions selling worthless health products to poor Latino immigrants. When none of their affiliates want to go undercover as day laborers to pull off the heist, the two men turn to the real thing for help.
Cristina is a beautiful young woman with a powerful father. She falls in love with a simple worker at her hacienda and gets pregnant. Her father does everything he can to separate the ... See full summary »
A mexican telenovela TV show about a romantic story between Esmeralda Rosales and Jose Armando Peñnareal. Esmeralda is a blind and very poor young girl living in a shack with her stepmother... See full summary »
A brave, poor young girl is welcomed into a rich family and develops a romance with their misogynist youngest son, driving a woman already in love with him to go to great lengths to destroy their relationship.
The main character is a nameless boy (Juan Jose Ballesta) who was taught to steal wallets by his absent mother. He is able to do the trick effortlessly, using his "earnings" to survive ... See full summary »
Juan José Ballesta,
Ladrón que roba a ladrón 2 unites Latin American superstars Fernando Colunga and Eduardo Yañez in an unforgettable non-stop action comedy that takes you on the adventure of a lifetime. Their mission? To reclaim land stolen from a humble, hardworking community by a beautiful but lethal diva and her team of thieves. Forced out of retirement, Colunga and Yañez must recruit their new team of "Robin Hoods" to perform the biggest heist of their careers.
Just unique, fantastic and very humorous movie. Loved it!! Is very satisfying and refreshing see talents from different part of Latin America working together in a well done movie. I congratulate the genial initiative!
The mix of Caribbean and America talent made it much intensive and more fun. Me as a Dominican consumer felt well represented. Big round applause.
I will like to see more in the future of our good talents including Spain, Colombia, Chile, Peru, Guatemala, Puerto Rico and all other good Latin American talents working together in order to make our voice been hear in Hollywood, reaching the same treatment in the Movie industry.
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