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All Critics (49)
| Top Critics (22)
| Fresh (7)
| Rotten (42)
| DVD (6)
The only place you're likely to find such shrill and whitewashed caricatures is in the elitist pages of Hola!
I've seen episodes of The Love Boat with more emotional investment and involvement from the characters than this ...
So resoundingly awful, there may be grounds to sue for mental suffering.
The whole thing is loud and unfunny, not showing off anyone to good advantage.
It's the engaging performances of Jaci Velasquez, Roselyn Sanchez and Sofia Vergara, as well as a few humorous Latin colloquialisms, that turn an otherwise inane script into a cute confection of a film.
A thin attempt at comedy and a corny take on the buddy movie.
Stereotyped Latino sitcom about a cheating man.
An entertaining fluffy popcorn comedy with plenty of eye candy for the guys and gals.
[T]he flavor is Latino, but the result is like salsa flavored cotton candy.
If you're in the mood for a couple of hours of carefree fun, Chasing Papi is well worth chasing down.
It's like watching Univision or Telemundo on the big screen.
The fun in this concept was already congealed on the page and the film's forced antics are painful and embarrassing to women, Latins, everyone.
Most successful farces are interesting because they exaggerate stereotypes to previously unexplored hilarity, have comical, original schtick, and occasionally push the bounds of farce to become satire. This film goes 0/3 with three strikeouts - the hat trick. The characters are neither stick to the type nor rise to become real people. "Comical, original schtick?" Not even slightly. And I can't even think of what it could be satirizing.
The most offensive aspect of the film is its depiction of women. Not one is independent or self-respecting, and we can never understand what they see in the philandering object of their affections. Even their eventual claim to independence is contrived and lacking in any conviction. These women make me ashamed to be a feminist.
Overall, this film attempts to be a farce and succeeds only in being an insult to the audience's intelligence. Netflix warned me that I wouldn't like this film; it's good to have a friend who knows me so well.
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