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  • Actors: Will Ferrell, Gael García Bernal
  • Directors: Matt Piedmont
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Pantelion Films
  • DVD Release Date: July 17, 2012
  • Run Time: 84 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (163 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007L6VPXC
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,529 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Casa de Mi Padre" on IMDb

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Armando Alvarez (Will Ferrell) has lived and worked on his father's ranch in Mexico his entire life. As the ranch faces financial strains, Armando's younger brother Raul (Diego Luna) shows up with his new fianc‚e, Sonia (Genesis Rodriguez) and pledges to settle all his father's debts. It seems that Raul's success as an international businessman means the ranch's troubles are over, but when Armando falls for Sonia, and Raul's business dealings turn out to be less than legit, the Alvarez family finds themselves in a full-out war with Mexico's most feared drug lord, the mighty Onza (Gael Garc¡a Bernal).


Is there any more fearless deadpan actor than Will Ferrell? Ferrell's silly, yet humble and believable turn in the comedy Casa de Mi Padre shows that the answer, mis amigos, is no. Ferrell gives a tour de force performance as an earnest Mexican rancher's son, Armando, whose life is upended when his father dies; his long-lost brother, Raul (the slick Diego Luna), arrives on the scene with his comely fiancée, Sonia (Genesis Rodriguez)--and everyone becomes entangled in the web of the local drug lord (Gael García Bernal, looking like he's having the time of his life). If that all sounds a bit too heavy for a comedy, it's to the credit of director Matt Piedmont (a longtime writer for Saturday Night Live), writer Andrew Steele, and their talented cast that Casa de Mi Padre plays like a send-up of a soapy Mexican telenovela through the lens of Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby. And everyone's rigid poker faces make the direness of the movie's situations seem truly hilarious. There are slapstick visuals galore, all richly filmed in a sensual Latin light, and the intrigue (Armando finds himself falling for the sultry Sonia; the drug lords are intent on invading the ranch) is easily played both for laughs and for real. Casa de Mi Padre is performed largely in Spanish with English subtitles, which adds to the, well, believability isn't quite the right word. But for fans of Will Ferrell, as well as of Latin telenovelas and internationally clever comedy, one need go no further than Casa de Mi Padre --A.T. Hurley

Customer Reviews

Very funny movie.
I felt like could see what he was trying to do with this movie,but it was just bad,not funny.
I'm a huge fan of Will Ferrell, but I was disappointed in this movie.

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32 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Jay B. Lane TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 30, 2012
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I love telenovelas! That being said, Will Ferrell's Spanish in "My Father's House" is just bad enough that I can almost understand it, and trust me: I do NOT speak Spanish, so the captions are a treat.

This delightful spoof takes itself seriously every single second of its running time, which always adds to the fun. When the badly made fake white puma laughed sardonically, I bought every moment; and I loved the horseback riding on stuffed animals with a fan blowing their hair. Any time our three heroes are riding in the pickup, the same scene goes by the "windows" and you can practically see the wires holding up the bushes. Rough scene shifts and laughably poor continuity were fun all the way, e.g., our hero has a roll-your-own cigarette in his mouth, dribbling tobacco down his shirt front. In the next camera angle...no cigarette. Then from another view, there is that cigarette again!

We follow the estupido second son of a successful Mexican rancher. All the dialogue is in Spanish with the exception of a creepy American DEA officer who speaks a clumsy combination. This cast is terrific:
* Will Ferrell ("The Other Guys") is Armando, a well-meaning but clumsy hombre who will never measure up to his padre's expectations. He is still a virgin because the "right woman" hasn't come along. I think his chances would improve if he could only learn how to roll his own cigarettes!
* Genesis Rodriguez ("Man on a Ledge") Sonia seems to be the "right woman" despite the fact that she is engaged to Armando's brother and appears to be connected to drug lords. In keeping with the telenovela tradition, she sings at the end!
* Diego Luna ("Y tu mamá también") Raul is Papa's favorite.
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21 of 27 people found the following review helpful By GreatMovieCriticForever on March 20, 2012
Format: DVD
Nice parody of Westerns and Spanish telenovelas. Of course seeing a "gringo" play the lead in this comedy role with a largely Mexican cast was going to be fun, but Ferrell was absolutely perfect and the only guy that could have pulled it off very well.

It's true Will's career has been up and down with hits and misses, but he made a homerun here. I really enjoyed the movie.

With his poor broken Spanish and intentional bad acting guaranteed a laugh a minute. Just looking as his black perm and acting Mexican pretty much sold the movie. However, the barrage of over the top and bizarre sequences pretty much elevated the movie even more (and there are too many too list).

Probably my favorite involved the ones involving the "White cat" (pure gold).

The supporting cast is made of acclaimed Mexicans actors like Diego Luna, and the late Pedro Armendáriz Jr., and young up and coming actress Genesis Rodriguez who all gave great comedic performances.

You can tell they really had fun with this one.

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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on August 4, 2012
Format: DVD
Not a hater, but also not a Will Ferrell fanatic. I've liked him in stuff and not liked him in stuff. But I do think the concept behind CASA DE MI PADRE is sort of genius. Take a popular American comedic actor - who happens to be the gringoest gringo around - and plant him in a Mexican melodrama and have him speak entirely in Spanish. In Ferrell's own words: "It's telenovela meets bad Mexican western." Just the novelty of seeing Ferrell take on this out-of-left-field role - and then full-on committing to it - was worth the price of admission. To quote Kris Kristofferson's brief opening voice-over: "If it sounds Spanish, man, that's what it is. It's a Spanish movie." For trivia-heads, this is a nod to Kristofferson's spoken opening of his version of the song "Me and Bobby McGee." And, yes, those are Christina Aguilera's lips as she belts out the title song in the opening credits.

Ferrell plays Armando Alvarez, a humble Mexican who takes pride in toiling on his father's land. But the ranch has fallen on hard times, thanks in large part to the rampant neighborhood drug trafficking. The Alvarez household is pinning their hopes on Raul (Diego Luna), the other and smarter Alvarez son who now returns after years away making a success of himself. Raul brings with him his sultry fiancee Sonia (Genesis Rodriguez), and never mind that Sonia has messed-up ties to the local drug kingpin, the elegant La Onza (Gael García Bernal). And, it turns out, the bold and clever Raul isn't the panacea to the ills of the Alvarez clan. Far from it. So, now, can Armando step out of his brother's shadow and resolve the community's drug problem? He'll have to do it with an unending hail of bullets and in gratuitous slo-mo. Bring on the gun battles, but, please, not until the final 20 minutes.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Andre Dursin on July 12, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
This deadpan spoof of Mexican "telenovelas" generates a fair quotient of laughs provided you tap into its goofy spirit. Will Ferrell stars in this all-Spanish language tale of a Mexican rancher who has to defend his father's land after his no-good brother (Diego Luna) shows up having owed a debt to a drug lord (Gael Garcia Bernal). Andrew Steele apparently wrote "Casa De Mi Padre" in English, but the film is a faithful Mexican soaper all the way through, and one's familiarity with the genre probably will dictate how much of the film you'll find funny. Though I'm certainly not a constant viewer of Univision, there are some inspired moments here along with several amusing songs penned by score composers Andrew Feltenstein and John Nau. Lionsgate's Blu-Ray of this barely-released comedy hits stores on the 17th with commentary with Ferrell, Steele and director Matt Piedmont on-hand; deleted scenes; commercials; a featurette; music video; and interview with the late Pedro Armendariz, Jr., who co-stars in the film. The 1080p transfer is fine (English subs run on the picture itself as opposed to below it) and the DTS MA audio is nicely engineered.
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