The year is 2003, and Mexican crime-lord Julian Pérez (Miguel Rodarte) must venture into newly invaded Iraq to rescue his captured younger brother, who is a soldier in the U.S. Army. Hijinks ensue as Julian and his ragtag band of soldiers wander around the Middle East. While there may be a translation issue (a lot of foreign comedies suffer due to this), there was literally nothing in the subtitles or the actions of the characters that was remotely amusing to me. However, everyone else in the theater was howling with laughter, so if really bad Scarface jokes and seeing people dressed like morons float your boat, go nuts.
Director: Beto Gómez
Cast: Miguel Rodarte, Jesús Ochoa, Joaquín Cosio, Gerardo Taracena, Rodrigo Oviedo, Marius Biegai, Jaime Camil, Isela Vega, Juan Flores and Alexander Minchenko