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In this wild and uninhibited comedy from Mexico, Armando (Cesar Bono), Tun Tun (Rene Ruiz), and Roberto (Alfonso Zayas) are three friends with more bluster than brains who pilot boats off the coast of Acapulco when they're not busy chasing the ladies. The three sailors find themselves in deep trouble when their friend Rosario (Rosario Escobar) picks up a suitcase for them -- it turns out the bag actually belongs to a gang of mob-connected drug dealers and is filled with money. When the pilots lose the cash, they have no choice but to outrun the crooks. Armando, Tun Tun, and Roberto hit the road for Mexico City, where they try to scrape together a living while staying on the lam. It isn't long before the mobsters are hot on their trail, but the boys are also trying to avoid the law when they discover the women who've been letting them stay at their home are actually hookers. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi