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The Mambo Kings, I Like It Like That, Bound by Honor, and Desperado centered their promotional campaigns on the films' directors.
Universal's American Me and Buena Vista's Bound by Honor prescreened their films prior to their premieres.
The Mambo Kings, Bound by Honor, Desperado, and A Walk in the Clouds received poor reviews from newspapers in large markets like the Los Angeles Times and the New York Times.
Bound by Honor generated box office earnings of $4.5 million.
Hollywood Pictures delayed the release of Bound by Honor from late April to late May in Los Angeles because of the riots that took place after the Rodney King verdict (Pristin, " 'Bound'").
The era's gang films Bound by Honor and American Me were also box office disappointments.