Owal Tec investigates the paranormal activities that are taking place around the country.


(as Angel Mario Huerta)


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Owal Tec investigates the paranormal activities that are taking place around the country.

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This is the confirmation of an old stereotype in México's culture
7 October 2010 | by (Mexico) – See all my reviews

First of all, I am a Mexican, a writer, and I delve in the unsteady territory of Third World's science fiction. I recently published my first novel "Último Edén", or "Last Eden", a cyberpunk novel. So, as a Mexican writer of science fiction, I have the moral duty of telling the truth and is this: this is garbage. Absolute and pure garbage and the confirmation of the old and knew stereotype that in Mexico science fiction is equal to garbage and childish things. This movie never takes seriously itself and it gloats about it. You never know what is happening all along the entire movie. The plot lacks of motives. The characters are action figures in a long and dull children play. They are hollow, you never care a bit for them. They don't know what they are doing and so are you. They fall in love after a long, hollow, stupid and dull dialog that pretends to be deep and meaningful. There's a corporation that investigates a series of UFO sightings and we never know what profit take of it. There's a attempt of homicide and we never know why it happens. And the worst of all is the complete lack of budget for what science fiction is know: special effects and scenography. We never have the chance to see the scenery, even though the characters are on a jungle, mountains, forests, lakes or a city. All we can see is their pretty dull faces saying their hollow dialogs. Transformers and Resident Evil are similar to this movies, but, even though we can see amazing special effects, alien robot battles, explosions, zombies, and all kinds of visual candy. But this movie lacks of all of it. They don't show, they tell. Tell all this wonderful stuff. So we can't turn off our brains and enjoy it. But in Mexico we can make good science fiction, we just have to see Guillermo del Toro and Alfonso Cuaron Movies. Guillermo del Toro made Cronos, Mimic, Devil's Backbone, Hell Boy, Pan's Labyrinth, and Cuarón made Children of Men, which are excellent pictures and are critically acclaimed. So, all I can say for this fellow, Angel Mario Huerta is write first a good script that your budget can afford, make the movie later.

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