Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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All Critics (8)
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It's not a sophisticated comedy, but neither falls into vulgarity, just tries to amuse without delving much. [Full review in Spanish]
Lacks on the irreverence and anarchy of which bragged about from the beginning and ends up being an insipid comedy. [Full review in Spanish]
A movie with very poor content, as expected by its trailer (not that I was hoping for something better). It's even worst. [Full review in Spanish]
This movie has an extremely vulgar sense of humor where women are target of mockery, body-shamed and presented as dumb, bimbos or prostitutes. [Full review in Spanish]
A very absurd and tasteless comedy in every way possible. [Full review in Spanish]
A mildly entertaining conventional comedy. [Full review in Spanish]
A romantic comedy for all ages that can be really entertaining at times but fails when trying to approach serious subjects. [Full review in Spanish]
No Manches Frida tries wildly to delight but goes nowhere. It is the cinematic equivalent to the cringeworthy class clown at the back of the room that everyone ignores. It's just embarrassing.
No Manches Frida is a screwball comedy that is very entertaining and highly enjoyable. The cast has great chemistry and comedic timing. While the plot is focused on Zequi and Lucy, it is the younger cast who steal the show and ultimately make the movie. No Manches Frida is highly entertaining but it is highly unoriginal. Because of that I can only award so much praise to the film seeing that it is merely a recast of a already made movie.
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