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A Day Without A Mexican
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A Day Without A Mexican

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The film is a mysterious story of California, when a fog surrounds the boundaries of California, there is a communication breakdown and all the Mexicans disappear, impacting the economy and the developement of country...
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One Guy's Opinion
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May 25, 2004

A promising premise without a successful follow-through...vacillates between preachy tract and bland comedy.
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Moviola

April 04, 2005

'Tiene la honestidad de ser una divertida y, por momentos compleja, denuncia de los maltratos y desprecio a los que son sometidos nuestros compatriotas en el extranjero'
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Denver Post
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August 27, 2004

Charming if amateurish farce of a movie.
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FilmStew.com
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May 18, 2004

The film suffers from low-budget-and-looks-it production values and some ridiculous aspects of the plot, even for a fantasy like this.
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Arizona Republic

August 26, 2004

By the film's end, we're more beleaguered than enlightened.
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Cinema Crazed
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April 29, 2009

Feels scattered, and inept, and takes a golden opportunity slamming it into the floor.
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Miami Herald
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September 17, 2004

As many times you consider A Day Without a Mexican a crude and underdeveloped parody, there are moments that it vindicates itself with on-the-money situations.
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TV Guide
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September 24, 2004

For the first hour director Arau ... and his co-writer and wife, actress Arizmendi, negotiate the story's tricky mix of comedy, social satire and science fiction with surprising aplomb.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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June 04, 2004

The tone is often that of a preachy after-school special, down to the instructional messages that regularly flash across the screen.
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Internet Reviews
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June 09, 2004

A cheap-looking, one-joke movie that can't get any laughs even in its first telling.
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Chicago Tribune
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September 16, 2004

The movie in its extended version is frequently muddled, emotionally messy, a little heavy-handed and misses the real opportunity presented by the new format.
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San Jose Mercury News

June 03, 2004

Arau has expanded his satirical short from 1998 into one joke that he solemnly beats to death for 100 minutes.
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