There are a couple of scenes where someone claims that it would be illegal for Renata and Leonardo to date since she's not 18, even though the age of consent in Mexico can be between 12 and 17 (depending on the state). However, it's common for people all over the world to assume that 18 is the age of consent, since it *is* the legal age for most things. See more »
Fun and entertaining!
Actually, I don't know why this movie has such a low rating. Maybe not enough people haven't seen it. I think it was pretty funny, and well written. Of course it's not a master piece, you cannot compare this movie with an Oscar winning one, but it was pretty good. It's a romantic comedy after all.
The story revolves around Renata (Danna Paola) who has been in love with his brother's best friend Leonardo (Alosian Vivancos), since for ever. He's 10-12 years older than her, but that doesn't stop Renata's feelings. She's a pretty, popular, rich girl, who has everything in life except what she really wants: Leonardo.
On summer, the family decides to go on vacation to Puerto Vallarta, his brother invites his best friend Leonardo, Renata invites her best friend, and it's sure going to be a very fun vacation, until Renata finds out that Leonardo has a new girlfriend and that he's planning to marry her. Now she has to elaborate a plan to stop the wedding and tell Leonardo about her feelings!
This romantic comedy was made in such a format, that it has a lot of other famous movies references, like American Beauty, Gone with the Wind, Saturday Night Fever, etc. which in my opinion, it's kind of fun, except the 70's dance scene, lasted too long, in my opinion.
I understand this is not the film of the year, but it's very entertaining and decent. I am Mexican and I know the actors, they work in telenovelas (Mexican soap operas), so I am familiar with them. So, if you feel like laughing a bit, watch this movie and entertain yourself.
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