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Tortillas Again?
     

Tortillas Again?

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Director: Paul Ramirez, Sergio Ramirez

Cast: Anthony Flores, Rita Ann Banda

 
A lifelong lottery fanatic finds that his longtime losing streak may have finally turned, all he has to do is find the winning-ticket that he so carelessly tossed in the washer in a madcap comedy of errors from directors Paul and Sergio Ramirez. For ten years Alejandro has been playing the same numbers twice a week, and losing every time. His figures that his luck has

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A lifelong lottery fanatic finds that his longtime losing streak may have finally turned, all he has to do is find the winning-ticket that he so carelessly tossed in the washer in a madcap comedy of errors from directors Paul and Sergio Ramirez. For ten years Alejandro has been playing the same numbers twice a week, and losing every time. His figures that his luck has to change soon enough though, and after playing the same numbers week in and week out for a decade, Alejandro's unwavering devotion grows routine to the point of depression. This week things are different though, and as Alejandro sets out on a desperate mission to locate the lost ticket that eventually ended up in the laundry, he fails to notice that life's most treasured prize is staring him straight in the face.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/11/2006
UPC:
0824355515329
Original Release:
2005
Rating:
NR
Source:
Maverick
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:12:00

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Disc #1 -- Tortillas Again?
1. Tortillas Again [1:07]
2. Friday Morning [2:33]
3. Visitor [2:51]
4. Store [2:40]
5. Home [2:00]
6. Practice [3:02]
7. Dinner [2:54]
8. Prayer [1:57]
9. Day at Work [2:19]
10. Raising Kids [2:01]
11. Saturday Morning [2:22]
12. Roman [2:15]
13. Breakfast [3:22]
14. Tire Change [2:11]
15. Beers [2:20]
16. Arrive [2:01]
17. Buying [1:54]
18. Movies [3:20]
19. Pick Up [3:22]
20. Sleep [1:11]
21. TV Show [3:21]
22. Sunday Morning [1:52]
23. Baking [1:44]
24. Dream [2:59]
25. Awake [2:27]
26. Mom [2:24]
27. Meal [1:47]
28. Thanks [3:40]
29. Ticket [1:49]
30. Credits [1:54]

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Tortillas Again? 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I rarely write reviews, but I need to get it off my chest. Watching low-budget crappy indie flicks is one of my guilty pleasures, but this film is not even funny to mock, it's just sad. 'Tortillas Again?' has AMATEUR written allover, in addition to a ridiculous title. 'Tortillas Again?' is atrocious, production is repugnant, lacks character development, has an absurd plot, distasteful editing, zero artistic value; hell, even student/YouTube films have better production and are more dedicated in crafting their motion pictures. Everyone involved in this film is talentless in every way possible. I'm not even going to waste my time giving a detailed constructive criticism, for I believe that people involved in this project are too dumb to even comprehend the dimension of their failure; besides, I'm pretty sure whoever was involved in this awful "film" cannot handle any criticism... What the hell was going through their minds when they were producing and creating this abysmal film? Who the hell thought that this god-awful film was even worth releasing? Producer/editor/director Paul Ramirez and his colossal ego have no love for what they do; Paul Ramirez has no talent, no creativity, no self-respect, and no integrity. Paul Ramirez, for everything that is holy, please stop making films! 'Tortillas Again?' is the anti-film, it's a big middle finger to cinema and to the Lumière brothers. I'm dead serious it's not hyperbolic: TORTILLAS AGAIN? IS ONE OF THE WORST FILMS IN CINEMATIC HISTORY...
Guest More than 1 year ago
Latinos cherish family values and "Winning the lottery is not everything, finding the ticket is" and realizing that a loving family is all you really need in life. It's about time someone produced a great comedy movie with average Latinos.