The Fluffy Movie (2014)
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as Esther P. Mendez
as Pervert #1
as Ramón Ayala
as Jesús Iglesias
as Video Store Clerk
as Young Gabe
as Young Gabe
as Pervert #2
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Critic Reviews for The Fluffy Movie
He's a crowd-pleaser reminiscent of Robin Williams, inserting funny sounds and vocal impersonations into nearly every line and alternating raunchy material with moments of unabashed sentimentality.
For the most part, Fluffy's material is just that - fluff, with a touch now and then of bile and bad taste.
"Fluffy" is a standard-issue comedy concert film far better suited to a 90-minute cable TV slot than the big screen.
At one point, the comic says that fans have asked him what he'll have to talk about if he keeps losing weight, to which Iglesias answers that he will always have stories to tell. To its credit, "The Fluffy Movie" leaves you wanting to hear more of them.
Iglesias makes his strongest impact when he sticks to material that is extremely personal.
Audience Reviews for The Fluffy Movie
He Tells More Less The Same Thing But Damn It's Funny More Likely This Is It.Its More Of A TV Show No Movie, Just Show.
Seriously this guy is so funny! Especially having been around Mexican/Spanish culture my whole life.
I love the positive comedy of Gabriel Iglesias, so I was super excited to see the Fluffy Movie. It opens with a brief retelling of Gabriel's childhood, and then goes into a comedy stand-up. And I have no problem with that. I'll take a normal stand-up over a story that is poorly written. If you love Gabriel Iglesias, defiantly go see this film for a load of laughs.
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