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Tag: Comedy

Impressive Box Office Numbers For Cantinflas

September 02, 2014 

Exactly a year after “Instructions Not Included” began its impressive $44 million gross, Could lightning strike twice? The movie Cantinflas had an impressive limited debut. This bio-drama flick took in $2.6 million from only 382 theaters. That is about $6,963 per theater. As a fan of Cantinflas I had to go see the movie and….


Cristela Alonzo Brings Mexican-American Humor to ABC’s Lineup

August 21, 2014 

The new show, Cristela, is coming this fall to ABC. This comedy series tells the story of a woman that is in her sixth year of law school, and she is finally on the brink of landing her first big internship at a prestigious law firm. The only problem is that her pursuit of success….


Al Madrigal Repping Latinos On The Daily Show

May 18, 2011 

Last night, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart presented their first ever Latino correspondent: Al Madrigal. If you’re unfamiliar with his work, you’re missing out. The dude is straight up funny and for the most part– unlike George Lopez– avoids making stereotypical and detrimental jokes about Hispanics in his routines.


A Cute Girl Tells A Joke

March 28, 2011 

Last week, our boys over at UrbanoTV sent us a very educational– and tantalizing– clip of a cute mami teaching us about Spanish slang. This week’s video lacks the instructional element. Luckily for us, the video’s feature still highlights a very cute girl, a very cute girl telling a joke about Barbie, Ken, and GI Joe. Enjoy.


Ronald Reagan Blames The Apocalypse On Fashion In Short Film

September 30, 2010 

In the alternate universe of Spanish director Alberto Gonzalez Vazquez’s short film El Fin Del Mundo (The End Of The World), Ronald Reagan warns the nation of the impending apocalypse that will be caused by fashion trends. Not all is lost, however. The Gipper has a hilarious plan to save us all!