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I only stayed to the end out of professional obligation.
There are laughs in this bilingual yarn, but the story grows convoluted, and Enrique Begne, the director, relies far too much on the stock cop-movie scene ...
Is it predictable? Oh, sure. But it's also fun, for the most part.
Buddy action comedy from Mexico is convoluted, violent.
Compadres feels less like an actual movie and more like a half-dozen movies thrown together, and absolutely nothing sticks.
This isn't a big Hollywood blockbuster, but it achieves its goal: to entertain you. [Full review in Spanish]
It has a great cast, but a failed premise and a weak script work. [Full review in Spanish]
Omar Chaparro has a enough charisma to hold a movie, but a disastrous script doesn't allow it this time. [Full review in Spanish]
Mediocre entertainment that will be quickly forgotten by the audience. [Full review in Spanish]
It's a shame that such an interesting and rich cast is wasted in a poorly written script. [Full review in Spanish]
Fans of Omar Chaparro will be pleased, everyone else will aso have a good time with a couple of jokes here and there. [Full review in Spanish]
It's entertaining, but not necessarily a good movie. [Full review in Spanish]
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