Overall Rank: 946
Average Rating: 3/4
# of Ratings: 139
Theatrical Release Date: 03/15/2002
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Alfonso Cuaron
Actors: Diego Luna, Maria Aura, Gael García Bernal, Ana Lopez Mercado, Giselle Audirac, Maribel Verdu
Plot: Young friends make a road trip with an older attractive women where they share sex, booze, and life together.
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mitchellyoung - wrote on 05/16/2012
I'd have to see this film again, I think, to really get into the characters and thematic elements. The film is presented in a very free-flowing manner, with a uniquely natural chemistry between the leads. I felt the film dragged into sappy and weepy melodrama a little too much.
Chris Kavan - wrote on 12/22/2008
Hispanic road trip and coming-of-age drama presented in a very natural way. Cuaron is a versatile director, and he shows it here. The end is both beautiful and devastating.
Alex - wrote on 07/05/2007
A good movie that shows some interesting Hispanic cultural characteristics. I liked it better than some of the other ones I have seen in this language. It was actually better the second time so keep that in mind.
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gideon43 - wrote on 06/01/2010
A sexually charged and provocative movie based in Contemporary Mexico and directed by one of the best in the business, Y tu mamá también (and your mother too) is frank, open minded and extremely honest.
Two post adolescent teenagers who are looking for liberation through sex, recreational drugs and alcohol take a road trip with an older and seemingly more sophisticated women.
As their trip progresses, fantasy and reality intertwine and there is an excellent chemistry and wonderful character development. A subtle examination of the current state of modern Mexico prevails throughout and the journey of the three main protagonists reflects that through their actions and discovery of each other.
Bold, raunchy and a visual delight, Y tu mamá también is another excellent Mexican film …
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