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Just Who is Doing That Spanish Voiceover?

The inspection/sniff test on the cigar is a nice touch.


  1. From the looks of the initial screenshot, I thought this was a "behind the scenes" clip of Spike Lee directing Spencer's latest video.

  2. The video is light years better than the past videos which were shot in his office, however the following things still need a bit of work:

    1) focusing (the focusing is too slow and uneven, even allowing for the artistic flourishes of the cameraperson);and

    2) lighting (very bad and uneven - someone needs to do a better job with the white balance and / or post production).

    I really liked the slow motion walks through the Magic City as it gave a certain quality and purpose to where he was going.

    I liked the video.

  3. His spanish is horrendous. Its "negligencia medica". "Malapractica Medica" is not correct spanish. I prefer my spanish medmal lawyer speak espanol bc he is a native and not just because he took a 100 level espanol course at UM.

  4. I like the part where he's walking down the sidewalk like John Travolta in the opening see of Saturday Night Fever (except I don't see SA carrying any paint cans).

    Much better video production. I can't wait for the sequel.

  5. This is part of Spencer's "man of the people"approach. Here is he, the great one, off on a daily stroll, mingling with the workers. Buying a pastillito, getting a cigar, showing that even the greatest of the great is humble enough to walk down calle ocho.

  6. We don’t make movies to make money, we make money to make more movies.
    - Walt Disney

  7. I hang out at Versailles all the time and speak better spanish.

  8. Better than Scarface!!

  9. Spencer kind of reminds me (look wise) of Fred Armisen from SNL.


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