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i think that OT the Movie is specifically targetted to the show's fans who couldn't get enough of their idols. As much as critics dismiss this film as another marketing ploy, which it is of course, it can't be denied that the show is a vehicle for discovering talent. some of the alumni have actually proven themselves to not be mere flash in the pans. i mean, it is one thing to fool several thousands of people into buying your single or album, but to get recognized internationally with nominations like Bisbal is another thing. It could also be viewed as a source of inspiration for some people who think that showbusiness is just for people who have connections. These youngsters had to enter the industry without padrinos. I think they should be given credit for this. all in all, it's not Goya or Oscar material, but it's not all that bad.
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