Watching this movie makes you sad about the state of the film industry in Mexico.
The movie barely makes sense, uses the most formulaic story conventions, talks down to kids, uses the most generic character design, the dialog is awful.
Again, it just makes you sad, this was a movie made with no vision, except the one to sucker a few parents into bringing their kids to this... "thing". One of the most disparaging aspects was that government money intended for support to Mexican cinema was used to fund this movie.
The only good thing about Imaginum would be that some good directors' kids got their brakes. Now that they failed, one hopes they will creep back into the creative void they came from.
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