Pulling Strings
Pulling Strings (2013)

Rachel is an intelligent modern day woman constantly on the move. Primarily focused on her career as a diplomatic consul for the U.S. embassy, she's literally lived her life on the move, globetrotting from city to city. Currently… More

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Rated: PG
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Genre: Drama, Comedy
Release Date: October 4, 2013
DVD Release Date: February 25, 2014
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Randy Cordova
Arizona Republic

The movie boasts an understated sweetness, largely fueled by Camil's movie-star charms. He's the kind of performer who doesn't have to work hard to win over an audience; he is instantly likable. In a movie like this, that's money in the bank.

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Chuck Wilson
Village Voice

This bilingual romantic comedy is overly long and has a paper-thin plot, but it's too sweet-natured to dislike.

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Paul Chambers
Movie Chambers

A bilingual romantic comedy hopes to bridge the ties with a crossover audience, but has only the charm of the leading man going for it.

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Joe Leydon

This entertaining crossover vehicle for Mexican star Jaime Camil sets a familiar love story to a mariachi beat.

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Tracy Moore
Common Sense Media

Sweet subtitled romcom hinges on night of drinking.

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Michael Dequina

No new ground is broken here, but when a formula entertainer goes through its motions with as much sweet sincerity as it does here, that point is rendered moot.

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Mark Olsen
Los Angeles Times

Serving mostly as a strong calling card for star Jaime Camil, the film has an appealingly loose, slightly ramshackle charm.

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Abby Garnett
Paste Magazine

Pulling Strings isn't particularly sharp as either a comedy or a romance.

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Todd Jorgenson

Subtlety and surprise are thrown out the window in this far-fetched Mexican romantic comedy.

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