Los Angeles Times
Date: 2012-03-15
Author: John Horn,

Article Mentions
Author, John Horn,
Mentioned, Jimmy Kimmel
Mentioned, Diego Luna
Mentioned, Will Ferrell
Mentioned, David Letterman
Mentioned, Genesis Rodriguez
Mentioned, El Gordo
Mentioned, CBS
One of the most-publicized scenes from Will Ferrells new film Casa de Mi Padre shows the comedian with a couple of ranch hands at a campfire, singing the song Yo No Se. Translated into English, the chorus means I Dont Know, which might describe how hard it is categorize the movie itself.Opening Friday in limited national release of about 380 theaters, Casa de Mi Padre is a $6-million Spanish-language parody that its makers hope will play equally well to fans of Ferrells comedies and Latino moviegoers. Ferrell has made a number of promotional appearances on TV prgrams such as CBS Late Show With David Letterman, ABCs Jimmy Kimmel Live! and NBCs Today, but youre far more likely to find Casa de Mi Padre commercials on variety shows like Univisi...(read more)
... One of the most-publicized scenes from Will Ferrells new film Casa de Mi Padre shows the comedian with a couple of ranch hands at a campfire, singing the song Yo No Se. Translated into English, the chorus means I Dont Know, which might describe how h ...
... Live! and NBCs Today, but youre far more likely to find Casa de Mi Padre commercials on variety shows like Univisins Sbado Gigante and El Gordo y La Flaca.Its a tough film to put in a marketing box, said Darlene Caamano Loquet, whose Nala Films finan ...
... and Genesis Rodriguez. Early reviews have been mixed to negative. It gives us a chance to laugh at ourselves, which Hispanic Americans are not given a chance to do, Loquet said. sphereit end ...


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