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Imre Csuja is the voice of Torrente in the dubbed Hungarian releases of the series. Santiago Segura gave him a small part in the film as a thank you for his part in making the series a cult classic in Hungary. See more »
Torrente 5 is a very well done movie, with high quality images and production, nice VFX, nice jokes. Everything you can expect and much more from a Torrente movie.
The cameos are very entertaining and funny and the old jokes are always welcome. It is a very good movie from the saga, well directed and well chosen actors.
It is what you can expect, the bad taste jokes from all times and new jokes very well adapted, with a shallow criticism (sometimes we need somebody to jump over the tabu) and very entertaining. And cinema is, over all, entertainment + money. It gave what i wanted to see and much more.
Segura is a great director. Torrente 5 should be the last movie, and now we wait for other stories and plots.
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