Hot Latin Movies In English

Tuesday, April 19 by Ed Mulero

These hot Latin movies in English deliver steamy, sultry action to audiences who lust for something extra on the screen. Nothing beats hot Latin characters on screen in fast paced movies in English so many people can enjoy their magnetic energy. Latin movies have no problem showing off hot bodies. In English, they give other people a chance to admire their unique stories. Fans may expect more twists than a drunken rattlesnake when viewing these hot movies

  1. "Desperado." Antonio Banderas and Salma Hayek star as a hot pair on an explosive road of revenge and romance. El Mariachi returns to a town in Mexico to seek out a drug lord and fulfill his quest for vengeance that start with the loss of his wife years ago. Robert Rodriguez helmed this sequel where the bullets fly and the passion is as smoking as a Cuban cigar. 
  2. "Vicky Cristina Barcelona." Woody Allen directed this delicious drama about two American tourists travel to Spain and fall for a painter. Things gets complicated when his hot blooded ex-wife come back into his life and turns each of their worlds upside down. Scarlett Johansson, Penelope Cruz, Rebecca Hall and Javier Bardem star in this free spirited portrait of art, life, and love 
  3. "Chasing Papi." Sofia Vergara, Roselyn Sanchez, and Jaci Velasquez portray three women who realize they are dating the same man. This chance meeting sets off a hilarious adventure from a beauty pageant to a dance festival. This fun romp of a comedy features three of the hottest Latin women on Earth.
  4. "From Dusk Till Dawn." Robert Rodriguez directs this action-packed horror movie set in a hot Latin nudie bar in the outskirts of Mexico that is a hive for vampires. Salma Hayek plays their queen, Satanico Pandemonium, who unleash her blood thirsty horde on two unsuspecting bank robbers, George Clooney and Quentin Tarantino, and their hostages. This monster mash is an ode to drive-in gore fests of yesteryear set south of the border.
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