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Francisco J. Lombardi
First one had better story. But this one is way funnier!
The product placements in the film were shamelessly annoying. The jokes were surprisingly funny, I was glad they didn't use the best ones for the trailer. They focused the story on the relationship with Machin's girlfriend more than his career, which bummed me out. It would've been cool to see more of his career and the showbiz. The flaw with the story is that there were too many coincidences. What made the first one work, was the relatable background and real story. The best parts of the movie were the scenes with former cast members of the sitcom Pataclaun. The ending was a bit too feel-good, but the bloopers in the credits made up for it.
The sequel is just as good as the first one.
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