Drive-in Classic-Latin Style!
Mr Doug Gordon | Toronto, ON Canada | 03/11/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This is a real drive-in classic! Fast, tricked out cars, a love interest, a power struggle, and even a wet-t-shirt contest. The sound isn't great during the outdoor scenes, it sounds like the actors are in a vacuum. The two things this movie has going for it is the all-latin cast, and the cars. The plot, and acting are a little on the dry side. All 'n' all though, it's not super bad movie, it's one of those, "so bad, it's good" type of flicks. The VHS copy I viewed is very clear, and was recorded on a good quality tape in SP mode."
Stereo type latino
Frankie Vilarreal | mountain view, california United States | 08/18/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This is a streo type latino film.About cars and latinos with accents,and having no class.We all seen this before,even though the lead character seems to hav some good qualities.Apollonia which name is in front of the box is only in the movie for one minute,what a waste of money for Prince fans,this film is overly price.The film wa done in ealy 80's,since than we have seen better films with latinos."
A Modern Latino-American Romeo and Juliet
Gary Johnston | USA | 09/29/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Considering the ongoing racial controversy between mexican immigrants and white americans, this is probably the best statement (on film) ever made about a love affair between the two races.
Heather Locklear wanted the lead role in this film that eventually went to Dawn Dunlap, who was a star in another Roman Polanski film. That might be the one thing about this film that I wish was different, but it doesn't change the quality of the message being sent.
Monarex Hollywood has a lot of films that cut deep like this one does. I highly recommend it to anyone with a head on their shoulders... or anyone who just likes to watch good movies."