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Carlito's Angels (2003)

Roxy, Tina and Marisol are a trio of sexy, no-nonsense Latinas who jump into action fighting crime in the hood when they get the word from their mysterious boss Carlito.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Evly G. Pacheco ...
Roxy (as Evly Pacheco)
Alessandra Ramos ...
Tina
Jeni Garcia ...
Marisol
Raymond Reynosa ...
Big Lou
Glen Foster ...
Little Lou
Gilly ...
Triple Gauge
Gladys Hereida ...
Tata
Richie Abramowitz ...
Chino
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Tony
Markus Delgado ...
Macho / Cab Driver
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Paco
Ricardo Alas ...
José
Chivon Dean ...
Tata's Girl
John Paul Fedele ...
'Ei' Man (as John Fedele)
Suzette Spencer ...
Sasha Lynn
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Roxy, Tina and Marisol are a trio of sexy, no-nonsense Latinas who jump into action fighting crime in the hood when they get the word from their mysterious boss Carlito.

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The only thing angelic about them is the name

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Action | Comedy

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Rated R for pervasive language, sexuality and drug use
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23 September 2003 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Connections

Spoofs Charlie's Angels (2000) See more »

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Watching this was painful
4 June 2004 | by See all my reviews

This movie was horrible. The concept presented a lot of potential. I was hoping it would be in the same flavor as "I like it like that." Now that was a good movie. Carlito's Angels was garbage. I can't imagine anyone other than a high school guy enjoying it. I mean, other than the eye candy, there was nothing good about it. Five minutes into the movie I had to know how long it would be. Five minutes later I figured I'd give it another 15 and see if I could last all 80 minutes. After a few more minutes I just couldn't continue to subject myself to all that nonsense. I don't know how it ended, nor do I care. If you really must watch this movie, throw back a few shots to dull your brain cells and maybe, just maybe, you'll find it somewhat enjoyable.


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