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Tio Papi (2013)

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It was a bachelor's life for hard-working and fun-loving Ray Ray Dominguez who dreams of leaving the barrio for a more carefree existence in Miami. That's until one day when everything changed - and he became a reluctant "Tio Papi," aka Uncle Daddy, to his sister's six children ages six to 16. Now, in charge of raising this energetic (and expensive) clan, Ray Ray must make important decisions on what life really is all about.


Movie Details

Domestic Releases: September 6th, 2013 (Limited) by Active Fox Productions
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for thematic elements, mild rude humor and brief language.
(Rating bulletin 2261, 2/27/2013)
Running Time: 90 minutes
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Keywords: Hispanic, Unexpected Families, Dysfunctional Family, Death of a Sibling, Mute, Social Worker, Screenplay Written By the Star
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: JMC Independent Productions, Active Fox Productions
Production Countries: United States

Leading Cast

   Ray Ray

Supporting Cast

Kelly McGillis    Elizabeth Warden
Frankie Faison    Gilly
Gabriella Fanuele    Vanessa
David Castro    Manny
Fatima Ptacek    Angela
Sebastian Martinez Daniell*    Angelo
Nicolette Pierini    Lola
Dax Roy    Nico

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Production and Technical Credits

Joey Dedio    Screenwriter
Brian Herskowitz    Screenwriter
Janet Carrus    Producer
Joey Dedio    Producer
Debbie Margolis-Horwitz    Producer
Brian Herskowitz    Producer
Mario L. Baeza    Executive Producer
Richard Pleban    Executive Producer
Sherman Johnson    Director of Photography
Lucio Seixas    Production Designer
Josh Klein    Composer

Limited Releases Go to Hell

September 6th, 2013

As usual the weekend after Labor Day, it's a very busy week in limited release. Unfortunately, it is a case of quantity over quality. There are a couple of films earning good reviews: a foreign language film, Populaire, and a documentary, Red Obsession. It is unlikely either of them will find a large enough audience in limited release that they will be able to expand significantly. On the other hand, Awards Season is just around the corner, so fans of limited releases won't have to wait long before they will be flooded with options. More...

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