The Greek Olimpian Gods engage in the human life experience to its full intensity, for which they choose Mexico City's trendy night club: "Olimpus Dancing Club". Once living in the mortal's...
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The Greek Olimpian Gods engage in the human life experience to its full intensity, for which they choose Mexico City's trendy night club: "Olimpus Dancing Club". Once living in the mortal's world, the naughty Eros (with help of a gang of ill-behaved gods), is responsible for unleashing a forbidden passion that disrupts the lives of the members of two families of not-so-simple mortals. Written by
"Divina Confusión" it turns out to be "Mortal Boredom"
They deceived to us! They sold it to us as comedy and was the worst and most pathetic and boring drama from the Mexican cinema. Everything initiates in Mount Olympus where the mythological Gods -all standing like plaster little figures- they consider the option to come to the Earth and to mix itself with the humans to see "what it feels"; for the effect they choose Mexico as destiny. Once in Mexico, Eros (Cupid) sends one of his arrows on the pair formed by Pablo and Bibí who hope to marry soon. As they were already in love then apparently the contribution of the sling is that she accepts to have sex with the boyfriend. More ahead and during a meal between the families of both to formalize the commitment, Eros returns and when he was ready to send another of his arrows to the couple, Hera the wife of Zeus and goddess of the marriage takes part and struggles with the Cupid and causes that this one mistakes the shot, and shoots with an arrow that binds Bibí with Julia who is the mother of Pablo and after the wedding she would be his mother-in-law. Both now are in love to each other. This could be a funny one and a mischievous comedy of mistakes but instead of that, the film descends by the route from the clumsiest drama to the hell of the boredom. Everything is reduced to speak and to speak all along. Very poorly directed; with just a couple of exceptions terrible acted, all the film turns out to be a boring fraud.
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