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There are a lot of coincidences between Cóndor Crux and Titan A.E. You can see a mix of 2D and 3D animation. There is a future society with spaceships used as cars. Some local rock stars were included in the soundtrack. It's not intended for kids, but they can enjoy it. There's some kind of romance for the "good guy". Besides that, there's the "argentinian touch". You can see that everything in the movie is made by and made for argentine people. There are lots of details put there only for someone who knows Buenos Aires. If you've never been there, you can enjoy the movie, but if you see the futuristic buildings, you can recognize ever little detail from today's city. Good music, some action, a really bad guy, a hero, a lady and some kind of epic story. That's what Cóndor Crux is.
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