Born in East L.A.

Born in East L.A.

Rudy, an American of Hispanic descent, whose south-of-the-border looks show him no mercy during an immigration raid in a migrant worker factory. As his luck goes, he is caught with neither money nor his ID and is deported to Mexico - without speaking a word of Spanish!

When a native-born American citizen of Mexican descent is mistakenly deported to Mexico, he has to risk everything to get back home. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jack S (gb) wrote: This is essentially a REALLY BAD knock off of Halloween: Resurrection. Seriously, it is like the exact same movie! The thing that sets this film apart is the acting. The acting is SO bad. It is literally some of the most horrible acting I have ever seen. Brandon Goins wins the award for worst supporting actor of all time, while Dan Falcone takes the prize for worst leading man of all time. Seriously it was terrible.

Phil L (gb) wrote: yeah, running right the fuck out the door to rent it....

Masorad (jp) wrote: If you can break it there, you'll break it anywhere.

Chris P (de) wrote: The life and work of Wilhelm Reich are discussed, and then some communists scream at each other about orgasms and the bourgeois. There is also a singing severed head and some transvestites eating ice cream.

gary t (jp) wrote: WOW......WOW....WOW......WOW....THRILLING.....AMAZING.....GENIUS.....FANTASTIC.....MAN I HAVE JUST SEEN THIS MOVIE 4 THE 1ST TIME N THINK THAT THIS IS SUCH A FANTASTIC MOVIE 2 WATCH......its got a good cast of actors/actresses throughout this movie....I think that walter pidgeon (.R.I.P.), anne francis (.R.I.P.), leslie Nielsen (.R.I.P.), warren stevens (.R.I.P.), jack Kelly (.R.I.P.), play good roles/parts throughout this movie......I think that the director of this mystery/suspense/classics/sci-fi/fantasy movie had done a great job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie......Forbidden Planet was first released across the U. S. on April 1, 1956 in CinemaScope, Metrocolor, and in some theaters, stereophonic sound, either by the magnetic or Perspecta processes. The Hollywood premiere was held at Grauman's Chinese Theatre, and Robby the Robot was on display in the lobby. Forbidden Planet ran every day at Grauman's Theater through the following September.According to MGM records the film initially earned $1,530,000 in the US and Canada and $1,235,000 elsewhere resulting in a loss of $210,000.Forbidden Planet was re-released to movie theaters during 1972 as one of MGM's "Kiddie Matinee" features; it was missing about six minutes of film footage cut to ensure it received a "G" rating from the Motion Picture Association of America. Later video releases carry a "G" rating, though they are all the original theatrical versionForbidden Planet was first released in the pan and scan format in 1982 on MGM VHS and Betamax videotape and on MGM laser disc and CED Videodisc; years later, in 1996, it was again re-issued by MGM/UA, but this time in widescreen VHS and laser disc, both for the film's 40th anniversary. But it was The Criterion Collection that later re-issued Forbidden Planet in CinemaScope's original wider screen 2:55-to-1 aspect ratio, on a deluxe laser disc set, with various extra features on a second disc. Warner Bros. next released the film on DVD in 1999 (MGM's catalog of films had been sold in 1988 to AOL-Time Warner by Turner Entertainment and MGM/UA). Warner's release offered both cropped and widescreen picture formats on the same disc.For the film's 50th anniversary, the Ultimate Collector's Edition was released on November 28, 2006 in an over-sized red metal box, using the original movie poster for its wraparound cover. Both DVD and high definition HD DVD formats were available in this deluxe package. Inside both premium packages were the films Forbidden Planet and The Invisible Boy, The Thin Man episode "Robot Client" ("Robby The Robot", one of the film's co-stars, was also a guest star in both The Thin Man episode and The Invisible Boy) and a documentary Watch the Skies!: Science Fiction, The 1950s and Us. Also included were miniature lobby cards and an 8 cm (3-inch) toy replica of Robby the Robot. This was quickly followed by the release of the Forbidden Planet 50th Anniversary edition in both standard DVD and HD DVD packaging. Both 50th anniversary formats were mastered by Warner Bros.-MGM techs from a fully restored, digital transfer of the film. A Blu-ray Disc edition of Forbidden Planet was released on September 7, 2010.NovelizationShortly before the film was released, a novelization appeared in hardcover and then later in mass-market paperback; it was written by W. J. Stuart (the mystery novelist Philip MacDonald writing under the pseudonym), which chapters the novel into separate first person narrations by Dr. Ostrow, Commander Adams, and Dr. Morbius. The novel delves further into the mysteries of the vanished Krell and Morbius' relationship to them. In the novel he repeatedly exposes himself to the Krell's manifestation machine, which (as suggested in the film) boosts his brain power far beyond normal human intelligence. Unfortunately, Morbius retains enough of his imperfect human nature to be afflicted with hubris and a contempt for humanity. Not recognizing his own base primitive drives and limitations proves to be Morbius' downfall, as it had for the extinct Krell. While not stated explicitly in the film (although the basis for a deleted scene first included as an extra with the Criterion Collection's laser disc set and included with both the later 50th anniversary DVD and current Blu-ray releases), the novelization compared Altaira's ability to tame the tiger (until her sexual awakening with Commander Adams) to the medieval myth of a unicorn being tamable only by a virgin.The novel also raises an issue never included in the film: when Dr. Ostrow dissects one of the dead Earth-type animals, he discovers that its internal structure procludes it from ever having been alive in the normal biological sense. The tiger, deer, and monkey are all conscious creations by Dr. Morbius as companions ("pets") for his daughter and only outwardly resemble their Earth counterparts. Since the Krell's great machine can project matter "in any form" it has the power to create life. Thus, the Krell's self-destruction can be interpreted by the reader as a cosmic punishment for misappropriating the life-creating power of the universe. This is why Commander Adams says in his speech to Altaira "...we are, after all, not God."Upon its publication in 1956, Anthony Boucher dismissed the novelization as "an abysmally banal job of hackwork."Forbidden Planet was filmed in Eastmancolor and CinemaScope, and features special effects which were nominated for an Academy Award; it was not the only major award nomination the film received. Also nominated was the first groundbreaking use of an entirely electronic musical score by Louis and Bebe Barron. Forbidden Planet also features Robby the Robot, the first film robot that was more than just a mechanical "tin can" on legs; Robby displays a distinct personality and is a complete supporting character in the film.The film was entered into the Library of Congress' National Film Registry in 2013, being deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant.man this is such a thrilling sci-fi/fantasy movie 2 watch......I think that this is such a really well written/acted/directed movie 2 watch.....its got a great cast throughout this movie.......was also the very first science fiction film set entirely on another world in interstellar space, far away from the planet Earth. Forbidden Planet is considered one of the great science fiction films of the 1950s, a precursor of what was to come for the science fiction film genre in the decades that followed. The characters and isolated setting have been compared to those in William Shakespeare's The Tempest, and its plot does contain certain story analogues and a reference to one section of Jung's theory on the collective unconsciousman this is such a brilliant movie 2 watch, I think that this is such a really well written/acted/directed movie 2 watch, I think that the special effects throughout this movie were really good throughout this movie.......WARNING THIS MOVIE CONTAINS STROBE LIGHTNING EFFECTS THROUGHOUT SOME SCENES THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE........man its got such a good story throughout this movie......its got good fight scenes throughout this movie.....man this is such a thrilling movie 2 watch, its got such a great cast throughout this movie.....man this is such a thrilling movie 2 watch, I think that this is such a beautifully directed movie 2 watch, it is such a fantastic sci-fi movie 2 watch with a great cast throughout this movie......

Orlok W (gb) wrote: Excellent "sub" picture that stands out from the norm--A film that still floats well!!

Anthony K (de) wrote: I think that, normally, a film that features this degree of stillness, oddness, and disappearing plot threads would be unwatchable. But Lynch's direction is truly the star here (boosted greatly by Naomi Watts' screen presence), and makes the film work masterfully. What Tarantino does for 'small' movies via inherently compelling dialogue, Lynch does for camera movement and non-sequitur.

Viktor N (fr) wrote: Not a full worthy excessor to "Sister Act" but well on the way. Fat Amy is the is the glue that holds it together..