5 Ways We Can All Relate to the Family In 'From Prada to Nada'

From Prada to Nada doesn't get enough love. The movie, a retelling of Sense and Sensibility set in East LA, stars the beautiful Alexa PenaVega and Camila Belle as two sisters left penniless after their father's sudden death. They move in with their crazy Mexican family — and learn the real meaning of being Mexican-American! Here are five ways we can all relate to the hilarious family in From Prada to Nada

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At the beginning of the movie, Mary (PenaVega) crashes into Nora's (Belle) car — and then blames her for it! Haven't we all had one of those moments with our siblings? 

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We can definitely relate to the sister dynamic in this movie. Nora — who's studying to be a lawyer — and Mary — who would rather than shop than study — are completely different. But, they love each other all the same.

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When your daughter or sister's man friend comes to pick her up for the first time, everyone (your tia, your abuela, your neighbor, your mailman, etc.) comes out of the woodwork to meet him. Every Latino family does it! 

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That moment when someone in the family starts to befriend neigborhood bad boy — but it turns out he is definitely the one worth fighting for. 

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You know that vain sister that has nothing better to do but do but, well, nothing. Every family has one!