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I Like it Like That

4.7 out of 5 stars 110 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

Director Darnell Martin's acclaimed debut film stars Lauren Velez, Jon Seda, Rita Moreno and Griffin Dunne as members of a battling Bronx family filled with love, passion and real-life choices. Whenher well-meaning husband China is arrested, a young mother, Lisette, finds herself unprepared to support the family. Fast-talking her way into a job with a record producer Griffin Dunne, Lisette quickly discovers her own hidden talents. But the boys in the neighborhood report back to Chino that Lisette is "dating" her bigwig boss, leading to a major confrontation that changes their life together.

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  • Actors: Jesse Borrego, Rita Moreno, Tomas Melly, Laura Velez, Griffin Dunne
  • Directors: Darnell Martin
  • Producers: Ann Carli, Lane Janger
  • Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
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  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    R
    Restricted
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: July 13, 2004
  • Run Time: 107 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (110 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00023GG94
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #51,698 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "I Like it Like That" on IMDb

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I had this movie on vhs years ago. My cousin borrowed it and never gave it back. I always wanted to make sure this movie was in my collection. I grew up in the Bronx and I know this is one of the few movies that tell a real story.
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By ricardito on November 5, 2006
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As a Lauren Valez fan I would have loved this film even if she just came on screen and recited the alphabet. This is a sweet film about the trials of relationships when you have friends and family involved. Jon Seda is great as a tough working father whose wife and family is his Achilles heel. Lauren Valez is the young mother who has to think fast when her husband ends up in jail. Fans of either actor would like this film, it's from the early 1990's, and you can see that their acting skills were still being honed at this stage. I really did like the film though, especially the ambiguous ending. Not bad for a Friday evening treat after a hard week at work.
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The plot is centered around a semi-dysfunctional family in the Bronx. The leading lady's character "Lisette" begins this film totally dependent on her husband for survival and happiness. Her husband "Chino" is a macho latin man, but he finds himself in a position where he can not be dependened upon. They have three children, they're in a run-down apartment in the Bronx, she has suspicions of him being unfaithful, they're out of money, and their marriage is suffering. With all of these things in the plot this could be a serious dramatic film. But this movie takes a lighter approach to viewing this family's troubles. You watch them as they struggle with poverty, infedelity, trust issues and raising children as they're still trying to mature themselves. However, the movie never preaches or judges it simply keeps an affectionate eye on this family and keeps you completely engaged with their story. Throughout this film you'll be rooting for Lisette to come into her own as an independent woman.

Although the movie is energetic and has a fun tone... it is still rooted in the real problems facing this family and there are scenes in this movie that will truly move you. Its these scenes that make the film worthwhile.

There are a couple of veteran actors in this film such as Rita Moreno, and Jesse Borrego that make this movie worth buying. Jesse Borrego's character "Alex or Alexis" is the gem of the film and almost steals the show. The acting is superb and the music is excellent. The twists, sub-plots, and classic New York stories all shown in an imaginitive and fresh way; are what make this movie a winner.
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By A. Batista on November 11, 2006
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I think this movie made a decent attempt to capture the struggle of living in poverty as Nuyoricans. It has a good amount of poignant moments from beginning to the very end and also its equivalent share of wacky hilarious moments, which I wont spill and spoil for you that should buy this movie if even you are latino or not, it doesnt matter. I think anyone can relate or try to the struggles we personally face or others do. I think the fact that I expected too much realism, being Puerto Rican myself, was a reason why I could not digest the exaggeration it portrayed. If you want more realism about what it truly means to be hispanic or want to know more and you are not , please, please check out Manito I promise you will not regret it and will feel so much more moved than this movie.
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This is a classic movie about a latin neighborhood in New York. The movie is about a family that deals with everyday drama from within their marriage and drama that is created from those who surround them. Features the Barrio Bros which was a latin band that was out during the time Selena was alive. Great Movie in my opinion!
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I Like It Like That is a classic urban film about a couple's struggle to keep their love family and marriage alive through the trials and struggles of urban New York in the early 90's. Through the good and bad they learn that love truly conquers all!
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Bittersweet movie to watch. Bitter cause it saddens me to see my fellow compatriots living in such poverty.
Sweet because despite such poverty, my people have learned to make lemonade when they are given only lemons.
Would have given the movie 4 stars if it weren't for the very unrealistic sex scenes and the female's lead job.
The music was great!
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I remembered this movie when it was first out . I thought it was funny and serious all in one . The humor was realistic from a New Yorkers perspective and the serious side was very typical of real life . John Sedan played a typical male dominant type and Lauren Velez played the the typical girl who is subject to this male dominance and was not afraid to show her clear objection to it . A great movie that any married couple will enjoy !
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