Hoping to improve his life, the temperamental Rodolfo Cano (Azazel Jacobs, who also directs) enlists in the Army. But when another Rodolfo Cano (Gerardo Naranjo) receives his sign-up orders, the two Rodolfos' lives collide -- with the first Rodolfo's girlfriend (Sara Diaz) adding to the confusion.
- Stars:Azazel Jacobs, Gerardo Naranjo, Sara Diaz, Lucy Dodd, Pat Reynolds, Gill Dennis, Melissa Paull, Ivor Pyres, Caro Datum, Toni Oswald, Brian O'Keffe, Pat DeWitt, Rene Navarrette, Eddie Navarette, Dick Rude,
- Director:Azazel Jacobs,
- Writer:Azazel Jacobs, Gerardo Naranjo
Hoping to improve his life, the temperamental Rodolfo Cano (Azazel Jacobs, who also directs) enlists in the Army. But when another Rodolfo Cano (Gerardo Naranjo) receives his sign-up orders, the two Rodolfos' lives collide -- with the first Rodolfo's girlfriend (Sara Diaz) adding to the confusion. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: Shame. Great cast, beautiful scenery - but doesn't do the legend any credit. Also too episodic and full of loose ends.
(it) wrote: its a cool one....first haf quite comedy n secnd haf quite emotional.....
(it) wrote: Ein av mine teikneseriefavorittar, og filmen var OK, men litt snau. Det m d vere haugevis med materiale til mange gode Modesty-filmar basert p dei historiene som er fortald av Peter O Donnell i Agent X9. Slik sett er det nesten oppsiktsvekkande at ingen har laga fleire filmar om henne ....
(it) wrote: Definitely the worst Farrelly brothers movie I've seen. I didn't laugh once at this "comedy" centered on a pair of conjoined twins. The acting is okay, and it does have Eva Mendes in bikini. Starts off moderately silly and ends up maudlin. Skip it.
(ru) wrote: A fascinating little oddity about fleeting fame and art. Runs a wee bit too long, and occasionally runs a little too thick with allegory and bizarre imagery, but I just have to admire its intentions and inventiveness. And Jason Isaacs is a blast to watch.
(ag) wrote: I went to see this classic when it first out when I was 5. My aunt took us when we were visiting her and then took us to Hess's toy department where I picked out a coloring book of it. A red letter day to a child! It didn't get any better. Lovely to see it again!
(fr) wrote: One of Williams best.
(fr) wrote: I remember the first one being funny, this one is so so.