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Bogotá 2016 (2001)

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Credited cast:
Jaime Barbini ...
(segment "Quien pagara el pato?")
Mario Duarte ...
Jorge (segment "Zapping")
Constanza Duque ...
(segment "Zapping")
Hugo Gómez ...
Papá (segment "Zapping")
Valentina Gómez ...
La Venus (segment "La Venus virtual")
Carlos Hurtado ...
Kong (segment "Zapping")
Jennifer Leibovici ...
Vendedora (segment "La Venus virtual")
Luz Stella Luengas ...
Mamá (segment "Zapping")
Quique Mendoza ...
(segment "La Venus virtual") (as Kike Mendoza)
César Mora ...
(segment "Zapping")
Lucas Nieto ...
(segment "La Venus virtual")
(segment "La Venus virtual")
Nórida Rodríguez ...
(segment "Zapping")
Fernando Solórzano ...
(segment "La Venus virtual")
Jhon Álex Toro ...
Juan Perez (segment "Quien pagara el pato?") (as John Álex Toro)


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Ed Wood for the new generations
20 April 2003 | by See all my reviews

If it wasn`t for "After party", this would easily be the worst movie in history. Jaw-droppingly bad in every aspect, from writing (in case they did write something before filming), to acting, to directing, to the appallingly fake stages, oh, kill me now. "Quién paga el pato" is perhaps the most respectable of the three, but it still is a confusing, underachieved and pretentious beyond belief failure. "Zapping" is woeful, Basile's sense of humor falls flat every time and is irritating after ten minutes, and also it's sad to see such good actors shaming themselves in dumb roles like the ones they`re given. I sincerely hope Basile never grabs a camera again in this millenia. And don't get me started on "La Venus", wich is perhaps the worst piece of garbage ever to be filmed. You have to see it to believe it, folks. This guys make Ed Wood look like Orson Welles.

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