2008. Lucas is a rogue man specialized to steal to the passengers who travel in luxury boats. Breaking the pact with his former partner in crime Clayderman of not being together in the same ship nor in the same ocean, Lucas goes on board of the boat Sovereign where Clayderman works as pianist and public relations with Verónica, singer of the Sovereign, Clayderman's girlfriend and Lucas' former love interest. Wanting to close again Verónica, Lucas contacts her trying to recover her, but the real target of Lucas is old Antonio, a baker who win 160 millions in the lotto, which is constantly tempted by his two greedy son-in-laws Ernesto and Fede to obtain the money, to desperation of their respective wives Chusa and Alicia. Meanwhile Antonio starts to date with an elegant mature woman named Carmen, Clayderman discovers that Lucas is aboard the Sovereign and decides spy his steps, in the belief that Lucas not only is interested by Verónica, but a secret plan to get a large amount of money....Written by
Although the question I really have: how did they get the bunnies to sit so still in that one scene? And I didn't spot a contunuity error either - I know strange, right? But maybe and very likely you don't care about that (sorry for the short outburst). You do care about the movie and how good it may be though. The comedy factor is ok, but overall this is quite predictable.
Even the ending, which makes you wonder why ... well there is an explanation why he would fall for it, although he spotted a different set up earlier, but is it enough? Also do you really care? Don't get me wrong the characters are overall quite likeable, but also quite forgettable. While this isn't bad and some of the jokes do work, it also isn't a top notch movie either ... it's decent
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