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A Day Without A Mexican

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The film is a mysterious story of California, when a fog surrounds the boundaries of California, there is a communication breakdown and all the Mexicans disappear, impacting the economy and the developement of country...
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Internet Reviews
A cheap-looking, one-joke movie that can't get any laughs even in its first telling.
June 09, 2004
Chicago Tribune
The movie in its extended version is frequently muddled, emotionally messy, a little heavy-handed and misses the real opportunity presented by the new format.
September 16, 2004
Cinema Crazed
Feels scattered, and inept, and takes a golden opportunity slamming it into the floor.
April 29, 2009
San Jose Mercury News
Arau has expanded his satirical short from 1998 into one joke that he solemnly beats to death for 100 minutes.
June 03, 2004
FilmStew.com
The film suffers from low-budget-and-looks-it production values and some ridiculous aspects of the plot, even for a fantasy like this.
May 18, 2004
One Guy's Opinion
A promising premise without a successful follow-through...vacillates between preachy tract and bland comedy.
May 25, 2004
San Francisco Chronicle
The tone is often that of a preachy after-school special, down to the instructional messages that regularly flash across the screen.
June 04, 2004
Arizona Republic
By the film's end, we're more beleaguered than enlightened.
August 26, 2004