George Lopez: America's Mexican

George Lopez: America's Mexican

Superstar comedian/actor George Lopez, one of the premier comedic talents in the entertainment industry, made his HBO solo debut performed live in front of a packed house at the Dodge Theater in Phoenix, Arizona. Lopez delivers a hilarious routine touching on his own Latino roots, immigration and naturalization, modern-day kids, old-school values, interacial relationships, and the future.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:65 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:English,Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:hispanic,   latino,   fantastic,  

Expect the unexpected when George Lopez hits the stage in his first HBO solo stand-up special. Performed in front of a packed house at the Dodge Theater in Phoenix, Arizona, the show will be a no-holds-barred affair from the comedy star. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


George Lopez: America's Mexican torrent reviews

Shanik B (it) wrote: Good movie! It's trilling and sharknado!

Jonathan I (kr) wrote: Movie was Good, But Duration suckd nd it was dragging a Lot...!Nice flick...!

Josh E (it) wrote: Sweet but a bit slow.

Christopher A (kr) wrote: Holy crap! They're up to ELEVEN Land Before Time movies!?!!?

Jon S (ag) wrote: The animation and character designs look very good, even-though the CGI looks a little dated, and the music is good. But, the characters are bland and the story is bland as well. They look like they're going to be cool updated versions of the characters of Treasure Island, but they just come off as the same characters with nothing new put into them, well for the most because on of the characters at least has something new in them in the end, but I won't give it away. The comic relief is more amusing than it is good. The biggest flaw is the world it takes place in. It's very confusing and it would've been nice if they explain the world to us in the story instead of the story being a simple straight forward Treasure Island retelling with nothing new to tell. The world is a futuristic world with a vistorean style with some technology from the future. You can kinda argue that someone must've started to build this technology through industrial steampunk powered by steam but started to get power by electricity as it progresses. But, then they have police officers who are robots who dress up in modern day police uniforms and it comes off as confusing and makes no sense. This world can either have a Victorian style setting, or a modern futuristic setting with no Victorian leftovers in them. While I'll admit there are some creative moments in this futuristic setting and how it flowed with the story, you can't have both. You can a Victorian old fashioned style, or you can have a modern day future setting. But, you can't have both. Overall, this movie's not good, not bad, but more of a mediocre retelling of Treasure Island with nothing interesting to hold me over. It's......meh.

Claire M (mx) wrote: Un bien bon film comme on aimerait en voir plus souvent.

Rob B (it) wrote: I give this movie perhaps more than it's worth. I was 11 or so when I first saw it --plus there's Chevy... also, the opening scene of the movie has a Paul McCartney & Wings track called 'Arrow Through Me' that I absolutely love for no apparent reason ;)

William (fr) wrote: One of my all-time favorite movies! McQueen and Wood are great together!

Dave S (es) wrote: Grade A fluff, all snappy banter and exotic locales and mistaken identity. Jack Carson makes for an unusual but entertaining romantic lead - it's like if Patrick Warburton somehow got cast in a role written for George Clooney. Pretty strange that this was Day's first film, too, as she gets most of the screen time here and totally aces it.

Pierluigi P (br) wrote: Though the fist person point of view may be an annoying gimmick that slows down the plot, it's an interesting excercise with some sequences full of oppresive atmosphere and suspense, for instance when Marlowe discovers the body; also the car chase and the ending.

Stephen S (ag) wrote: A decent film. I know that this was a huge hit back in the day, but honestly, aside from being a modern adaptation of Taming of the Shrew, and having somewhat of a dark sense of humor here (which I can appreciate) there's really nothing that special about this film. I'm saying that just in reference to all the endless praise I've heard about this film. I still feel like it's definitely worth a viewing even after seeing it with the high expectations I had, so for all I know, anyone else seeing it might love this.