Torrente has now moved to Marbella, where, after being wiped out of the money he had gained, has returned to private investigation. But in one of his cases he gets involved in the middle of a villain's missile plot to destroy the city and his own uncle's blackmail operation... and he knows nothing.
I want you to do me a favour. The other night, some men...
The other night I was waiting for you. I bought a face mask, I went to the beautician, I prepared your favourite dish, ears of corn with watercress, and I was wearing "Eau de Caprix". But you never came...
I'm sorry, babe. This is a film for hard men. There's gonna to be no love story. Sit down!
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Credits feature outtakes and also star El Gran Wyoming saying ad-lib lines where he dedicates a particular take to some people (like "all the people who died for cinema, as I am risking my life for cinema right now"). See more »
First of all, if you don't like Leslie Nielsen movies, you'd better avoid Vivancos III. But if you like them, Vivancos is a must-see film. That's ok, it's not the best film ever and neither the best comedy ever, but it makes you laugh and does not pretend anything else. The plot is maybe a little weak, but the actors are great (each one in his role) and most of the gags are really funny. Even though the critics say this is a horrible film, give it an opportunity. It's maybe the funniest film I've seen lately and it really deserves to be watched.
And by the way, please excuse my poor English.
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