Rudo y Cursi. Cursi y Rudo. Rudo and Cursi. I wish it was actually Curso y Rudy. Or Curso and this Rudy. If it was the former, she would stand a tad taller than Gael Garcia Bernal who is probably the shortest actor alive. Not that short people got no reason to act, or anything. Bernal is quite good in this film in fact. Diego Luna is good as well. They are the best things about it. It's really not a good film. But the two actors bring a oddball humor to the film that directo Carlo Cuaron totally ignores. Is this what Del Toro, Innarritu, and A. Cuaron intend to do with their CHA CHA CHA company??? Just put out movies by each others bros and brothers? Yep. Carlos is Alfonso's brother, and not that I care for Alfonso at all, but his brother seems in over his head. (Actually, I probably like Carlos a bit better... but that's getting away from myself and I only have 1o minutes her, man...). Anyways. Getting your brother a directing gig isn't exactly the best idea for good art or even good movies, right Tony Scott??? Yeah. Also, the title made me think of Jules et Jim before I saw it. Also because people kept comparing Y Tu Mama Tambien to the French New Wave, and while it may have had some Godardian internarration going on a la a Two or Three Things I Know About Her if it wasn't in a whisper, to think of Alfonso Cuaron in the same mind bubble as a French New Waver is pretty gross. But yeah, the two actors are pretty charming. Diego has a mustache and he owns the sucker the whole movie. Bernal could be a pretty same swell comic actor, I think. It must be weird though for actresses to have love scenes with him though because he is so small. I mean SHORT. I know, it sounds like I have a thing against short people. I don't! I just think of the scene with Bernal and the female lead opposite him in Rudo y Cursi and when they have sex he seems to be on his tippy-toes in an effort to slip it in while she's on the counter. Maybe he was on a foot stool. Poor guy. But he's good looking and makes more money than me.