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Condition: Normal. Denuncia W8 Ref. Miranda wants to level the ranches and build a cultural center where she can sing opera. The Robin Hoods recruit from the local residents to aid in the caper. This is a Spanish film, that feels like it was made for TV. It is a mild comedy, with characters. Plot and action are secondary and lack real development.

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It is rated PG, although I though PG was more suitable with the lack of sex or nudity and the mild swearing Jackie Cristina Rodlo is overly intelligent and has a ranch hand boyfriend Vadhir Derbez clearly just for his looks. The characters are enjoyable, the plot is straight forward with less twists than a Steven Seagal film. This is a film most families can watch in spite of the dreaded PG rating.

I would think once the original documents were found and filed with the court, they wouldn't be needed anymore. Likewise, once the bad guys got a hold of the original documents, I don't understand why they kept them as opposed to simply destroying them. But hey, I am not a lawyer or a film maker. Enjoy it for what it is. The film is mostly in Spanish and in part in English. I watched it with the subtitles. 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.

This comedy is not funny at all.

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  4. The acting is beyond bad If you recall "Ugly Betty" you'll know what i'm talking about. The story is OK with a very bad development. The cast is terrible, soap stars from "Televisa". I swear everyone should wait to see this movie on TV, not worth the time to go to the cinema, wait half an hour of commercials and watch this rubbish. The production is good,but he jokes and the script are bad, except from one or two situations with sexy women but that's it.

    Is like watching TV drama shows with comedy. This attempt to film didn't offer nothing new, is good only for shallow and mindless people who enjoy trashy stars. If you got past the title of this movie and are still reading this review, that probably means you're at least open to the idea of seeing a Latin American movie. Good for you — especially if you're not Hispanic or don't speak Spanish. There are treasures to be discovered in south-of-the-border movies and they are treasures that many people miss because they're not willing to look to other cultures for entertainment possibilities.

    Ladrones is the Spanish word for thieves. The movie is the sequel to 's "Ladron Que Roba a Ladron" "To Rob a Thief" and gives us another Robin Hood-like adventure comedy in which legendary thief Alejandro Toledo Fernando Colunga uses his particular set of skills to right economic wrongs for some fellow Mexicans. That doesn't mean that he's no longer sympathetic to his old friend's activities, but he can no longer take part. When the Mexican War ended in , the victorious U. Mexican landowners north of the Rio Grande River who wanted to continue living and working in Texas had to prove their ownership of the land.

    Mexican rancher Juan Ramirez showed his land grant deed to the authorities and then buried it in the desert — along with the deeds that his neighbors asked him to keep safe for them. American settler and gang leader Ned Kilroy kills Ramirez for his land — and the secret of where he buried the deeds dies with him. The bad blood between the two families bubbles back to the surface years later when Juan Rodriguez' descendant, Josefa Carmen Beato discovers the deeds buried on her land and Miranda Kilroy Jessica Lindsey sends her henchman Rex Frank Perozo to the Ramirez home to steal the deeds and insure her family's claims.

    Josefa's daughter, Jackie Cristina Rodlo seeks out the famous Alejandro to request his help. Next, Alejandro and Santiago do what Alejandro and Emilio did in the first film — gather a group of amateurs whom they hope will be able to fly under the radar as they execute their plan. They actually hold auditions from among the Ramirez family and their friends in order to build the caper around the unique talents of the individuals they choose.

    This process brings together a motley crew that ranges from smart and resourceful to just very enthusiastic. Alejandro and Santiago's gang starts with Josefa, a gardener and former scientist, and Jackie, who's a whiz at computers. They're joined by Jackie's sweet, but clumsy boyfriend, Ray Vadhir Derbez , who insists that he's "impervious to pain", bad actor, Miguelito Oscar Torre , self-proclaimed spiritualist, Maria Elena Nashla Bogaert and ditzy hot girl, Tina Gabriela Perez. This is the crew that Alejandro and Santiago hope can pull off their version of the crime of the century, Robin Hood style.