Ah what can you expect from a movie that is titled "El Superman...Dilón" (something like an abused by his wife Superman).
In this movie, Rafael Inclán stars as a man who claims at work that he is the "boss" at home but the truth is that his wife is the one who rules the house.
His friends look him like spiritual leader who will teach them how to "rule" their wives. Even some of his friends are also physically and mentally abused by their wives. Inclán preaches about how to be the man.
Sadly for our lead character, things turn ugly for him when everyone find out that he's a faking abused husband.
This is a comedy with raunchy humor and the famous Mexican "albures" so don't expect a classy comedy. It goes directly to the point but it does not relies on vulgarity or obscenity. Sure, there is no quality on acting or direction, or even any technical values but it has a minimal entertaining factor that should please fans of these kind of movies.
Jorge "El Tata" Arvizu delivers a funny and raunchy performance as a supporting character. He truly delivers as an "alburero": Leonorilda Ochoa is great as always and manages to shine on this.
Silvia Pasquel and Carmen Salinas are famous and respected actresses who made funny cameos.
Nothing else to comment on this movie expect that is only recommended for fans of Mexican trash cinema.
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