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A stereotype of what happens in Latino culture. Do yourself a favor and watch Blood In, Blood Out instead.
What a pleasant,fun and gentle look at something I knew very little of.....welcomed surprise.
Great movie showing the echo park of Los Angeles area that I used to live for a few years. Good funny wild movie.
The acting came across as amateur The screenplay was shoddy and made me feel like I was watching a poorly crafted high school documentary. The ending was anticlimactic and had no real positive resolution.
Gentle little family drama with the message of familial love and tolerant understanding.
Good move, Emily Rios is a great young actress, certain parts were better left unseen, but all in all a pretty good movie.
Quinceañera is a tragicomedy that entertains but also shows the life of a Mexican-American family that lives in L.A. I think it is a very creative film, very funny, not very realistic, but enjoyable from the beginning to the end.
OK... I think the gay scenes pulled it out of the dump for me!! :o)
This is one of the most lovely movies I can remember seeing, at once poetic and viscerally real. I've seen it five times, and every time I see it, both the dreamscape and gritty awareness only become more beautiful.
Loved it. Very real-life.