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Loco Love

Loco Love ★½ Mi Casa, Su Casa 2003 (PG)

Flat and hopelessly dumb romantic comedy. Gardener Miguel (Mejia) wins big in the lottery and makes a deal with former client Donald (Werner): if Donald will make a green card marriage with his sister Catalina (Harring) so she can come to the U.S., Miguel will give Donald a big chunk of change. Donald wants to open a restaurant so he agrees, not realizing that this means Catalina's entire family will be joining them. And (for no apparent reason) Donald's ex-wife Barbara (Scar borough) gets suddenly jealous and de cides she wants Donald back. 94m/C VHS, DVD . Laura Elena Harring, Gerardo Mejia, Roy Werner, Margaret Scarborough, Barbara Eden; D: Bryan Lewis; W: Steven Baer; C: Thaddeus Wadleigh; M: Jon McCallum.

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