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Seres: Genesis (2010)

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

Director:

Angel M. Huerta (as Angel Mario Huerta)

Writers:

Armando Guajardo (screenplay), Angel M. Huerta (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Gonzalo Vega ... Profesor Owen
Manuel Balbi Manuel Balbi ... Graco
Alejandra Barros ... Mariel
Arturo Delgado Arturo Delgado ... Vega
Liz Gallardo ... Emma
Humberto Busto ... Martín / Uffo
Luisa Guerrero Luisa Guerrero ... Fernanda / Niña
José María Torre ... Bernardo
Cristina Ovalle Cristina Ovalle ... Alejandra / Bacteriana
Rubén Branco Rubén Branco ... Pleyadiano
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ruben Branco Ruben Branco ... Pleyadiano
Robby Clorio Robby Clorio ... Guardaespalda (as Roberto Clorio)
Sergio Duarte Sergio Duarte ... Juan
Esteban Ibarra Esteban Ibarra ... Toto
Paloma Marquez Paloma Marquez ... Lyra (as Paloma Márquez Díaz)
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Owal Tec investigates the paranormal activities that are taking place around the country.

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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

29 October 2010 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico

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Budget:

$1,600,000 (estimated)
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Huma Films See more »
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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Stay away from this movie
29 September 2010 | by moviepooperSee all my reviews

This opened here in Mexico last Friday. It has had a pretty lukewarm response from audiences. Critics hated it. Bombed at the box office (didn't make the Top 10 and had mediocre numbers at best). I had a chance to see it on Sunday. Five people walked out from the theater, around 20 more stayed for the torture. The movie es bad. Really bad. And it really has nothing to do with the special effects (which where OK, but not great) or production aspects (although there were some sets that looked very cheap and some costume choices were pretty cartoony). The screenplay is terrible: clichéd, boring, with horrible dialogue, just very childish and naive. The actor couldn't do much with the material they where given and some seem to be sleepwalking through the story. And the director's choices match the screenplay and performances: nothing happens for two hours! If you're attracted to the idea of Mexican Science Fiction, go find some wrestler films or direct-to-video movies from the 80's and 90's. You'll have more fun watching that than this shallow, boring story.


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