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Mortadelo y Filemón. Misión: Salvar la Tierra (2008)

A live-action adaptation of a series of Spanish comic books about a pair of spies.

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Edu Soto ...
Mortadelo (as Eduard Soto)
Pepe Viyuela ...
Filemón Pi / Bush
Berta Ojea ...
Janfri Topera ...
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Botijola
Emilio Gavira ...
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Todoquisque
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Toribia
Andrés Gasch ...
Matraca
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Chulín
Verónica Bagdasarian ...
Chica Olegario
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Juanma Lara ...
Séneca (as Juan Manuel Lara)
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A live-action adaptation of a series of Spanish comic books about a pair of spies.

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spy | comic | planet | spoof | secret agent | See All (8) »

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Dos hombres. Una misión. Ningún futuro (Two men. One mission. No future)

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Comedy | Family

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25 January 2008 (Spain)  »

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Mortadelo and Filemon: Mission - Save the Planet  »

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€10,000,000 (estimated)
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The movie is released in 2008, the 50th anniversary of the characters. See more »

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Spoofs 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) See more »

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You Know It
Written by Carlos Jean
Produced by Carlos Jean
© Warner/Chappell Music Spain, S.A.
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shallow
12 August 2008 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

The film sadly does not get that magic to entertain and make you laugh. There are some very good points that make the movie worthwhile, specially if you, like me, have grown up reading the most popular comic book in Spain, Narciso Ibañez's Mortadelo y Filemon. The actors, the tone, and the plot make the trick to transport you to sweet childhood years. The movie is very rich in photography and color, and as i said, the actors are great, but it still does not catch the spectator, and somehow Suspension of disbelief is not easy, although there are some good gags. All in all, i would only recommend it to the comic book fans.


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