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Qué le dijiste a Dios? (2014)

Not Rated | | Comedy , Musical | October 2015 (USA)
Unforgettable songs by Mexico's beloved Juan Gabriel highlight this irresistible musical comedy about two housekeepers who risk it all for love.

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Teresa Suarez

Writer:

Teresa Suarez
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Juan Gabriel ... Himself
Mark Tacher ... Santiago
Erika de la Rosa Erika de la Rosa ... Marcela
Mar Contreras Mar Contreras ... Marifer
Victor García Victor García ... Pepe
Olinka Velázquez Olinka Velázquez ... Lupita
Gina Vargas ... Martina
Regina Orozco Regina Orozco ... Santa
Amorita Rasgado Amorita Rasgado ... Elodia
Alejandro de la Madrid ... Héctor
Mariela Carusso Mariela Carusso ... Luliana
Cecilia Ponce Cecilia Ponce ... Regina
Claudia Schmidt Claudia Schmidt ... Sharon
Hilda Aguirre Hilda Aguirre ... Pepita
Anna Ciocchetti Anna Ciocchetti ... Carmen
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Unforgettable songs by Mexico's beloved Juan Gabriel highlight this irresistible musical comedy about two housekeepers who risk it all for love.

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Comedy | Musical

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Country:

Mexico

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

October 2015 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Leonardo de Lozanne and Daniel Gutiérrez (both from music bands) were considered for the role of Santiago until Mark Tacher was casted. See more »

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Pity for the effort - no comedy and no musical either
10 October 2015 | by mykmadSee all my reviews

While trying to be at the same time a comedy and a musical, it fails on both counts. The story makes no sense, does not become believable for a moment and keeps the viewer away, unengaged because of that. To add to the merry, it is badly written (trying to avoid to call it just awful). The film fails to be even a bit funny. No humour whatsoever that would justify calling it "irresistible musical comedy".

Songs and story are badly matched. Some of the songs are good if isolated, but the mismatch with the story does not help to enjoy them, quite the contrary, they become a source of irritation.

The story, together with the different side-plots, is just bad and full of dated clichés, of the sort of "the rich are very bad/stupid/heartless/boring and the poor are very good/sharp/sensitive/interesting".

The actors come out as shallow as the story they are working in.

However, there is some cute dancing even if the choreography in general is amateurish and would have benefited from some professionals thrown in.

A pity, because Mexico used to have in the past good musical films/comedies.


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