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July 10, 2007


El Pueblo

I am glad that its Marc Anthony playing him and not like Antonio Banderas or some shit like (nothing against Banderas, I think he's great pero no como salsero).
I cant stand Jlo but I have to swallow my dislike for her and deal with it because I do want to see the movie.
I'll tell you this much about Jlo she's a "better" actress than a "singer."


A lot of people don't know that it's how it was between Hector and his wife, i read that she was always with Hector and that she was controling, always around. Also if i'm not wrong the story it told from Puchi point of view no ?


Melissa, yes the story is from Puchi's POV and I don't doubt she was always with him. But there is more than one way to tell the story and having her be around so much takes time away from other important aspects of Hector's story, IMHO.

Kiko Jones

Actually, what's sadder still is talk of skipping out on the film altogether by people that just can't deal with Jello and are disheartened by her character's POV being what drives the film's narrative. I'm with 'em but I'll hold my nose long enough to get through it.

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