Puerto Ricans in Paris
The life of two miserable New York detectives, Luis Lopez and Eddie Garcia, two best friends, who struggle against earning their livings, has been changed completely when they have been visited by a famous French designer, who hires them, in order to help her find her stolen bag, the thing that inspires their life, so they go undercover to Paris, in order to achieve the mission.
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Common Sense Media
July 19, 2016 Culture-clash buddy comedy has some crude humor, gun use.Read in Source
Fort Worth Weekly
June 13, 2016 Why in the world do the filmmakers go to the trouble of casting Rosario Dawson and Rosie Perez as the detectives' significant others and then leave them in the States away from all the hijinks?Read in Source
June 09, 2016 Guzman and Garcia (reunited from HBO's "How to Make It in America") are a joy to watch, and deliver their lines with just enough nuance to make them truly endearing; sometimes it works, others not so much.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
June 09, 2016 A formulaic fish-out-of-water buddy caper given an amusing boost with a casual scrunch of Guzmán's pug-nosed mug.Read in Source
Under the Radar
June 29, 2016 There are no laughs, the plot is a bore, and visiting Paris is just an excuse to wheel out postcard backdrops and attractive women. And yet Guzmán and Garcia are good together.Read in Source
Fort Worth Star-Telegram/DFW.com
June 10, 2016 Luis Guzman is an instantly recognizable character actor who deserves his shot at being the face of a film. It's just unfortunate that the film turns out to be the lethargic and rarely funny fish-out-of-American-water comedy Puerto Ricans in Paris.Read in Source
San Diego Reader
June 10, 2016 Yes, it's predictable. Of course, it follows a formula. But damn if this isn't Guzman's show.Read in Source
June 10, 2016 It's difficult to see how the film itself could be any less substantial without evaporating on screen.Read in Source
The Film Stage
June 16, 2016 The grand takeaway from Puerto Ricans in Paris, which delivers what you'd expect and not much else, is that someone ought to finally give Luis Guzmán the leading role of a lifetime.Read in Source
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