Spanglish (2004)

Recently I haven’t written much because I have been watching a lot. For the past month I have almost watched zero movies. That is a very long time for me! In the past week I tried to cover my backlog. This is the list of movies that I have seen:

1) Spanglish

2) Fools Rush In

3) Inglorious Bastards

4) Munich

5) Gooooood Morning, Vietnam!

Thanks to the Romedy channel, movies Spanglish and Fools Rush In went into my wish-list. Another incentive that I had in my mind was to glean a few Spanish one liners. But, not much was accomplished! Porque the characters spoke at rapid pace! Nevertheless I enjoyed all the movies.

These are my views about Spanglish:

Aww! Ain't She something ;)

Aww! Ain’t She something 😉

The movie features Adam Sandler, Tea Leoni and the gorgeous Spanish actress Paz Vega as Flor, who was already famous for her role in the spanish version of Friends. The movie revolves around Flor, a widowed (not single! Ask Adam Sandler :P) mother employed as nanny in the Sandler’s family and is working hard to meet the ends. She depicts the Mexican style of parenting that is pegged against the American way epitomised by the troubled Tea Leoni. The final moments of the movie has a seminal scene between Sandler and Paz Vaga which answers the question weather Love is all that is needed to bring two people together. Overall, I felt that the movie was practical, comical and philosophical in many ways!

If you have already seen the movie lemme know what scenes stayed with you from the movie! If not, do watch it.

I would follow up with the rest and many more soon.


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