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First of all, I didn't wanted to see this movie at all when it came out at theaters, because everyone in Mexico (including me) knows what can be expected from a commercial movie that has a cast integrated by well known mexican actors. It can rather be garbage or surprisingly good and enjoyable.
But well, as you can see at the title of this review, it's the first one. It starts off quite slowly but at least with a few funny moments provided mostly by actor Luis Arrieta, who I think that was the best in the entire cast. And then, everything comes appart. The performances were really bad, one thing that probably had to be one of the main confflicts, or at least that had to take some time to be solved, was concluded very easily and unrealistically. Appart from a really bad script with many cliches and a predictable ending
In conclussion, don't waste your time bothering on watching this "film". It is a big insult that it's still in theaters after lots of weeks. If you ever have the curiousity of seeing it (I don't think so, but still) or if you admire some of the actors that are here, please, reconsider it before you buy a ticket for this, because it's probably the worst thing they've ever done.
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