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Chasing Papi

Chasing Papi ★★ 2003 (PG-13)

Hottie L.A. ad exec Tomas Fuentes (Verastegui) travels a lot for his work and makes friends wherever he goes—girlfriends, that is. There's dancer Cici (Vergara) in Miami, attorney Lorena (Sanchez) in Chicago, and heiress Patricia in New York (Velasquez). But the pressure is getting to this lothario and his doctor (Gomez) prescribes tranquilizers and abstinence. Then, Tomas's three ladies all decide to pay him surprise visits. Naturally, the surprise is on them. There's an odd subplot about stolen money and an FBI agent (Vidal) but it's what the threesome discover about themselves—girl power!—that's important. Everyone involved is very, very attractive. 92m/C VHS, DVD . US Eduardo Verastegui, Roselyn Sanchez, Sofia Vergara, Jaci Velasquez, Lisa Vidal, Freddy Rodriguez, D.L. Hugh-ley, Maria Conchita Alonso, Ian Gomez; D: Linda Mendoza; W: Steve Antin, Laura Angelica Simon, Alison Balian, Elizabeth Sarnoff; C: Xavier Perez Grobet; M: Emilio Estefan Jr.

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