Mary Poppins Returns
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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All Critics (13)
| Fresh (7)
| Rotten (6)
A fresh, agile and smart comedy. [Full review in Spanish]
Director and screenwriter Gustavo Loza knows how to give a story like this a proper treatment, making it a memorable film. [Full review in Spanish]
It's the charsima of the actors playing these characters that make such a simple script work. [Full review in Spanish]
It's main goal is to make you laugh and it delivers and then some. [Full review in Spanish]
It's Karla Souza's charm (and the rest of the cast) what saves this film from being a total waste of time and money. [Full review in Spanish]
Fun, but noth much else, one thing is certain, you will laugh a lot. [Full review in Spanish]
Not only fails to do justice to the original film, it fails to reinterpret the old Mexican cinema formula it tries to evoque. [Full review in Spanish]
The very low level of comedy (sound effects that follow the movements of the actors like in the worst TV comedy of the seventies) does not permit deepening in its topics. [Full review in Spanish]
This film by Gustavo Loaiza lacks political correctness: it openly mocks the poor, caricaturizes them, its blatantly classist and is never sorry about it, on the contrary, it feels like that's the whole point. [Full review in Spanish]
A fresh and solid story, with a well paced rythym that helps almost two hours fly by. [Full review in Spanish]
For a light comedy, one must recognize that the filmmaker achieved her goal: to entertain you and make you laugh. [Full review in Spanish]
The new film by Karla Souza is a nice adherence to the romantic comedy genre. [Full review in Spanish]
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