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Written by Carlos Tarque (as Carlos G. Tarque), Prisco Priscus (as C. Prisco), Ricardo Ruipérez (as R. Ruipérez), Santiago Campillo (as S. Campillo), J.P. Saura and Antonio Otero (as J.A. Otero)
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What on Earth happened here? The first two movies were great! I don't understand how is it possible that they could be turned into something this awful. The idea of making it into more of a comedy didn't help at all. Characters looked stupid and storyline was ridiculous and boring. After about 30 minutes I kept looking at my watch, but I kept going because I wanted to see the ending. What a disappointment! I'm really mad with the final result. Let's hope the 4th installment won't be so crappy.
I did enjoy the acting, though, because Daniel Martin (the actor playing Koldo) is one of my favorites from Spain, and the woman playing the lead role did a good job too, but the characters were lacking so much insight that at the end, talent wasn't enough.
I wouldn't recommend this to anyone, unless you're a big fan of the first two and want to see everything related to it!
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