Torrente has now moved to Marbella, where, after being wiped out of the money he had gained, has returned to private investigation. But in one of his cases he gets involved in the middle of a villain's missile plot to destroy the city and his own uncle's blackmail operation... and he knows nothing.
Emilio, a shy, not too brilliant pupil at a humble local secondary school, has always harbored a secret love for Natalia, the cutest, brightest girl in the class. On the last day of the ... See full summary »
Fernando González Molina
The name of the airline who runs the airplane Torrente takes to escape from the airport is AVERIA which means breakdown. See more »
At the end of the credits there's a brief scene where Sonsoles (Cuadrado's wife), who is still tied and taped mouth in the hotel room, talks to the audience. Mary Carmen, the actress who plays Sonsoles, is a famous ventriloquist in Spain, and indeed she impersonates the voice of Doña Rogelia, one of her memorable characters. Also, Dominguero's voice (from the WC) can be heard asking for the soccer game score. See more »
Pure trash!! A reflection of the spiritual state of the director, actors...
What a way to waste $8 million, the cost to produce this garbage ... Another example of the superficial, cheap, insensitive, degrading, and rotten content that most of the world of cinema has become ... just one out of ten thousand films produced nowadays are worth watching. It's the first time I watch one of these films (Torrente) from beginning to end... and it truly depicts the spiritual poverty inside the director, Santiago Segura ... Recently I heard a very remarkable producer and actor, named Eduardo Verastegui, saying that what is produced in Hollywood or any other place where films and TV shows are made ... is simply the reflection of that which is in the heart of the producer, director, and actor ... That's right. The Kendrick brothers know that well. You can produce a film to inspire and bless millions of marriages such as Fireproof, or you can produce this type of Torrente series garbage to entertain and degrade women and men. How sad that some of the most trashy films I have ever seen are produced in Spain. As Spaniard, I feel ashamed... but the US or other countries are not that different. I hope these people who produce cheap entertainment at very high cost of production will change their hearts and start to produce something that has a little of substance and depth. How much talent wasted. Joaquin Fenollar
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