In a faraway planet named Chitón, evil General Skorba threatens with his armies to conquer and annihilate all cities and inhabitants, but a scientist named Jan and his wife decide to save their newborn baby giving special superpowers and sending him to planet Earth in a space pod to keep him safe and sound. When General Skorba arrives, his child daughter Ágata uses her telepathic abilities to trace the baby, and promising her father kill him and destroy planet Earth, travels in another space pod following the first, but in the Earth's orbit the pod of Jan's son crashes against an artificial satellite, falling in Spain and not USA as it can be wanted. Thirty years later, not knowing his past and hiding his powers to everybody, Juan López is an office worker raised and educated of a little town by two farmers who they have a car repair's shop. Unable to hide him by more time and wanting to help the people, Juan saves a subway train to crash, exposing unwittingly to the public eye and ...Written by
Based in the popular Spanish comic book character created in 1973, it was originally designed as a Superman parody. Lopez being a very common surname in Spain, the concept was of an everyday Spaniard (similar to a John Smith in America) with superpowers. See more »
[Superlópez tries out his superhero suit for the first time in front of his adoptive parents]
Aren't you going to say anything?
It looks so bad I can't even laugh.
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From someone who's never heard about Super Lopez before: I found this movie on Netflix and it's a great entertainment. Fun, light and well done. I'm Brazilian and didn't know this superhero even exist and I found hilarious. I watched with my husband and we both enjoyed it. It's a superhero parody and if you watch it without expectations you'll have some fun, too. I gave it 10 for the effort to make some good parody (and to correct the ratings. This movie doesn't deserve 5,4).
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