There's more to Ana Garcia than meets the eye. Should she leave home, go to college and experience life? Or stay home, get married, and keep working in her sister’s struggling garment factory? It may seem like an east decision, but for 18 year-old Ana, every choice she makes this summer will change her life. At home, she is bound to a mother who wants her to become someone she's not. But at school, she's encouraged by a teacher who sees her potential and adored by a boyfriend who loves her for who she is. Right now, Ana may be making clothes for less shapely women. But she's about to discover that real women take chances, have flaws, embrace life, and above all, have curves!
Writer:Josefina Lopez (play), George LaVoo (teleplay), Josefina Lopez (teleplay)
This is the story of Ana, a first generation Mexican-American teenager on the verge of becoming a woman. She lives in the predominately Latino community of East Los Angeles. Freshly ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tero H (ru) wrote: hurjat ja onnistuneet matsit, henkilt ja juoni kliseist pahvia.
Karamjit S (ag) wrote: Good movie????????
Dave J (gb) wrote: The plot may sound simplistic and just another Hollywood excuse to use sex to sell a movie, but it is nothing like that. The realm of sexual release with disabled people is real enough and this breaches the topic, but is also much more. The heart of it is the emotions the few women in his life feel for him and what he feels for them. The cast handles the unique story perfectly and make it real and its relationships thought provoking and meaningful.
Aberash C (ca) wrote: A riveting performance by Xzannjah. The film is a visual feast, but the watcher has to rad between the lines a lot (which is good). It makes the small amount of displayed violence rather difficult to stomach. I'm very glad I watched it after stalling for nearly a year...
Karen P (fr) wrote: I saw it and really enjoyed it. Those of us in the profession can relate to the main character.
JohnnyLee T (jp) wrote: Started out with a nice premise, a gentile in love with Jewish culture. But it goes off the rails and over the top, losing me along the way. Pity really.My DVD was titled Finding Ms Right.
Lucas N (br) wrote: A fun, dorky comedy with a unique concept and a clever script to boot.
Thomas S (nl) wrote: I don't know why people hate this movie this is a ok movie but the action, pacing is pretty good and it's still my favorite prequel even better than rouge one
Jeff O (us) wrote: A little worse than Darkman 2, but not by much.
Kerby H (it) wrote: I would call it cliche, but this is the movie to start all other cliches.
Bob R (jp) wrote: Possibly one of the campiest movies I've ever seen. Definitely watchable, but for all the wrong reasons. Silly sorcery, Linda Blair and her giant hair, Fran Drescher, and cat-fights between cousins are some of the things that make this early Wes Craven thriller hilarious.
Alec B (br) wrote: Its predictable, but that may be the result of the fact that this kind of decade sprawling melodrama is a lot more common nowadays. You can see the seeds of the type of visual brilliance that David Lean was known for pop up occasionally here and there and Cowards dialogue is always enjoyable.
Mary H (fr) wrote: Not much of Shirley, but when she's onscreen, she's adorable!
Gav R (nl) wrote: it's good but so badly constructed. what time period is just Americanised so insulting and daft. If you forgive this, then it isn't half bad
Martin Al A (de) wrote: Very poor movie. The acting was diabolical and I don't think I jumped once! Not recommended.
David H (it) wrote: Great Film Noir Lizabeth Scott is a real devilish Femme Fatale