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Bilingual Anglo-Latino romantic comedy, with an amazing star turn from Tea Leoni as an uptight Los Angeles housewife and mother who welcomes inter her household Mexican economic immigrants Flor (Paz Vega) and her daughter Cristina (Shelbie Bruce), while trying to cope with stark-raving calm super chef husband (Adam

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Thu 26 May 2005 12:00 AM

Bilingual Anglo-Latino romantic comedy, with an amazing
star turn from Tea Leoni as an uptight Los Angeles housewife and mother who
welcomes inter her household Mexican economic immigrants Flor (Paz Vega) and
her daughter Cristina (Shelbie Bruce), while trying to cope with stark-raving
calm super chef husband (Adam Sandler). Does what and half decent rom-com
should do- stirs everything into a light sugary froth and leaves the dark bits
hidden underneath.

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