Juan Andres Gomez (30) is a typical Venezuelan, womanizing and carefree. Who with his best friend, Chinese, has lived a life of evening outings and unstable relationships until he lost his ...
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Juan Andres Gomez (30) is a typical Venezuelan, womanizing and carefree. Who with his best friend, Chinese, has lived a life of evening outings and unstable relationships until he lost his father, who had only close family and decides to lay the foundations of their future.
It's a movie to spend some time at the theater, that's it. If you're looking for complexity and big characters, this ain't your movie. If you laugh at watching someone yelling "tits", this is your kind of movie. Don't hate it at all, but it seems to me that it has a lot of sub-plots that isn't able to work in a pleasant way. Sometimes the movie goes to fast or too slow. It introduces us to a LOT of forgettable characters, that we only see about 2 or 3 times. And this, whoa that it happens. The acting of Alexander Da Silva is way too damn overacted. Don't know if the guy is really that guy in real life, but it's kinda strange to watch someone so light of feeling. Just doesn't fit. The second main character, by Ignacio Huang, it's a cheap copy of Chow, from "The Hangover" (I mean, they look the same. Even the same haircut and the same lame dark humour. More than a supporting character, it feels more like a pet or a mascot. It's there just to yell "boobs" and make you laugh (sarcasm). The film's comedy is way too basic, for my taste at least. The film underestimates the public in this aspect. But not everything's bad. The best character of the movie was, definitively, the taxi driver. And he was on screen for about 5 minutes. Just to conclude, it's a very 90's kind of movie. It's the kind of stuff you'd watch on TV over the infomercials.
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