Gloria finds a power she never knew she had when she is drawn into a dangerous world of cross-border crime. Surviving will require all of her cunning, inventiveness, and strength. Based on the Spanish-language film.
The office lobby/staircase scenes were shot at The Porsche Experience building in Atlanta. This is made obvious by race car pictures on the wall in the background during several scenes, as well as the actual driving track being briefly visible through the glass behind the staircase. See more »
When Brandon sits at Ali's desk for a raise, towards the end of the film, reflected in his glasses you can see lighting equipment and Green Screen. See more »
That's just Jasmine tea. If you don't count the weed, and the peyote, and the crack.
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Psychic Sister has sessions with all the main characters during the first part of the credits. See more »
Lots of the Jokes are a swing and miss in this one
Love Taraji and some of the other actors in this movie and wanted to like it. But I walk away thinking this movie is on the bad side of mediocre. Like something you would watch in the middle of the night and you had nothing but basic cable to watch.
The scrip comes off as awkward frequently throughout the movie. Several bizzare lines/scenes that just make you say "wtf" out loud. I wonder what sort of stuff was left on the cutting room floor if this is the stuff that made the movie.
There really isn't much here to draw you in. Most of the humor is jammed in just for the sake of having it.
I can appreciate doing something different with the source material, but this is basically the same exact movie with more sophomoric humor than the original. Any charm that the original had was lost with this script.
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