The two young people Jason and Melanie spend just one night together. This one night changes life as they know it, forever. Melanie becomes pregnant and has their baby. Her mother has been ... See full summary »
Brian Austin Green,
Some friends are closer than brothers, for Raymo, Alfonso and Danny that's all they know. Growing up in an L.A. barrio (neighborhood) is a daily struggle for survival all on its own. But ... See full summary »
Clifton Collins Jr.,
Follows a track doctor and former driver, his former rival and owner of the track, owner's young sister who has a crush on the doctor, a photographer, bar owner and other characters who work and mingle at the local auto race track.
Kevin, nicknamed Space, and buddy Hank decide to abandon the routine life to drive across the country. Whatever situation they encounter they adapt and their plans are defined by no rules, no map, just go.
Brad William Henke,
Resurrection Blvd. is a MUST SEE for all races and ethnic groups.
March 16, 2006 We have watched the entire series on DVD. We are movie buffs. This has to be one of our all time favorites. The writers were able to bring the very best of the Hispanic culture to the screen, along with other aspects of the culture which can bring heartache and sorrow to the family. The actors were all cast well and did an excellent job of bringing their characters to life. The family was able to show their unity and love for one another, while struggling with problems within the community and within the family structure. We laughed and cried with so many moments. BeBe and Carlos were my favorite characters. Thank you for bringing a wonderful series which not only moved us but allowed the viewers to experience the ups and downs of the American Hispanic culture. LOVED this show......and did not want it to end.
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