Saving Private Perez

Action | Comedy | 2011 | Mexico | 105 min | Spanish English

Beto Gomez

Cast: Miguel Rodarte, Jaime Camil, Jesus Ochoa, Joaquin Cosio, Gerardo Taracena, Rodrigo Oviedo, Marius Biegai, Adal Ramones

Synopsis

Julian Perez, the most powerful man in Mexico, must embark on a mission given to him by the only authority he respects... his mother. Joined by a colorful band of infamous criminals, Julian must risk his life to fulfill his mother's wish & rescue his brother from the war-ridden bowels of the most treacherous land in the world, Iraq.

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The horrific events in Mexico are proving fertile ground for black comedy, and though 'Saving Private Perez' is certainly not the blackest, it may well be the funniest. Mexico's most powerful drug lord rounds up a dirty half-dozen compadres to invade Iraq and rescue his kid brother in Beto Gomez's action-packed laffer, which, despite its title, never limits its parody to Steven Spielberg's WWII film, borrowing freely from various genres and styles to surprisingly consistent effect. Skedded for September release Stateside through Lionsgate's Pantelion arm, pic could maximize its crossover potential. By RONNIE SCHEIB- Variety

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