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Y decirte alguna estupidez, por ejemplo, te quiero (2000)

The adventures of a group of secondary school . John, one of the group , falls in love with Sara , the new girl.

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Sergio Martín ...
Juan
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Sara
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Gobi
Tito Augusto ...
Cachi
Miriam Talón ...
Graciela
Borja Voces ...
Vázquez
Miguel Ángel Valcárcel
Natalia Martin ...
Marina
Fernando Sanz ...
Joaquin
Sandra Molina ...
Josefina
David Carrillo ...
Salva
José A. Fernández ...
Jara (as José Angel Fernández)
Duna Santos ...
Teresa Terras
Nuria Ansón ...
Cristina
Óscar Mandado ...
Zac
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The adventures of a group of secondary school . John, one of the group , falls in love with Sara , the new girl.

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Comedy | Romance

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24 November 2000 (Spain)  »

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Stabat Mater
By Giovanni Battista Pergolesi (as G.B. Pergolesi)
Performed by Ángeles Tey (soprano) and Kim Amps (mezzosoprano
Musician: concertino by Juan Sebastián Solana
Musician: organ by Miguel A. Tallante
Conducted by Miguel A. Tallante
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Another stupid teens comedy
8 March 2003 | by (Alcalá, Madrid, Spain) – See all my reviews



Saying that this movie is bad is being too optimistic. It's really bad: The storyline, the actors, the script, the music...

A boy falls in love with a new girl in the school but he doesn't want anybody knows it, because only fools fall in love. Juan, the main character, is also the narrator, since the movie is a flash-back (why? there is no reason for this).

It tries to be another stupid teen movie (like the Americans), but here the results are even worse than usual and you are sure the movie is bad after watching 10 minutes. That should be the moment to stop watching it (at that time you know how the movie is going to end).

Nothing original, nothing fun (you can smile three or four times in the movie, if you are predisposed for it).


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