Title: Rudo y Cursi
Diego Luna and Gael García Bernal, reunited after Y Tu Mama También, are brothers who live in a rural Mexican town harvesting bananas. Rudo (Luna) spends his free time gambling and losing his wife's blender (licuadora) while Cursi's (Bernal) passion is music, which he sees as his true calling. Both brothers play soccer, and are discovered by an Argentine talent scout named Batuta who take them to DF to try out for division one teams.
Rudo y Cursi is a great story of sibling rivalry, pursuing dreams, and adjusting to success. The acting and storyline are well-done, and is the quality you would expect from a film put together by three greats: Carlos Cuarón (y tu mamá también), Alejandro González Iñárritu (Amores Perros), and Guillermo del Toro (Pan's Labyrinth).
Language Learning Notes
The film is narrated by Batuta, providing some very understandable Spanish albeit with an Argentine accent. There's also a great collection of slang from Mexico and Argentina used throughout the movie including some frases hechas like pasar por una mala racha (to go through a tough time) and ir al grano (to get to the point).