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Rudo y Cursi, Movie, 2009 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Rudo & Cursi (Australia)
  • Rudo e Cursi (Brazil)
  • Kick It - Zwei wie Feuer und Wasser (Germany)
  • Rudo et Cursi (France)
  • Rudo i Cursi (Poland)

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Neptune US

2009-04-06 18:52

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Captures from HD Theatrical Trailer
http://www.apple.com/trailers/sony/rudoycursi/

Neptune US

2009-04-06 18:52

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Wheel & Tire package ? :D

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Unknown partially seen car to the far right.

carchasesfanatic ES

2009-04-06 18:56

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how did you find about this and why would you be interested :p ?

Neptune US

2009-04-06 19:03

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It looks interesting, why not be interested ?

I found it on the Apple trailers website, I always go there to peruse new up coming films (though this one has already been shown in a few countries)

carchasesfanatic ES

2009-04-06 19:06

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Because it's Mexican and filmed in Spanish and i've never seen you interested in such films.

Neptune US

2009-04-06 19:12

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I have watched Mexican (also French, German, etc) films before. After a while I get tired of Hollywood films, and seek something different/new.

ingo DE

2009-04-06 19:18

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Isn't it difficult in the USA? When I've been there and have looked into the TV-programmes, I have nearly never found anything from outside the USA. Neither movies and often not even something in the news.

No wonder, if a lot os US-people don't know anything from outside. Maybe this is a prejudice, but this is a common mind in other countries, mainly Europe about US-citizens.
My Canadian friend (he lived just 200 meters close to the US-border) was really asked by US-guys, if Canadians have real houses or just igloos... :D

Neptune US

2009-04-06 20:39

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ingo wrote Isn't it difficult in the USA?


Not if you have international movie channels ...

Not all of us American are trapped in a box, some of us climb out to see the world around us ... :D

-- Last edit: 2009-04-07 00:16:26

IRT_BMT_IND CA

2009-04-07 02:25

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ingo wrote Isn't it difficult in the USA? When I've been there and have looked into the TV-programmes, I have nearly never found anything from outside the USA. Neither movies and often not even something in the news.

No wonder, if a lot os US-people don't know anything from outside. Maybe this is a prejudice, but this is a common mind in other countries, mainly Europe about US-citizens.
My Canadian friend (he lived just 200 meters close to the US-border) was really asked by US-guys, if Canadians have real houses or just igloos... :D

Getting DVDs of foreign films in the US isn't really that hard if you know where to look. They are fairly expensive though.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-11-11 20:08

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Filmed in Mexico.
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0405393/locations

ProwlerX US

2009-11-11 22:42

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Neptune wrote Not all of us American are trapped in a box, some of us climb out to see the world around us ... :D


Likewise.

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