George Lopez: We'll Do It for Half (2020) 720p

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23.976 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
51 min
IMDB Rating:
5.1 / 10 
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Movie Description:
Comedian George Lopez tackles the future and the past of Latinx culture in America, touching on immigration, his tough relatives, aging and much more.


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30 years of the same jokes

George was funny in 1997. His comedy is really lazy and predictable. Steer clear of anything and everything he does. He gives Mexican comedians a bad name.

If you like George you'll like this - if not you won't lol

It's helpful to appreciate & be familiar with the Latinx culture - I loved the George Lopez show & there is familiar humor in this stand up because of his style. George makes fun of some very real cultural nuances & he does it right. It's a yes for me!

20 years later and still the same jokes

It's A George Lopez special. Same 20 year old jokes, same eye twitch, same everything. Really disappointing.
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