Voy a Explotar (I'm Gonna Explode) 2008

I'm Going to Explode

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Introspective Mexican teen Maru (Maria Deschamps) longs for someone to understand her. She finds a kindred spirit in Román (Juan Pablo de Santiago), the son of a conservative politician (Daniel Giménez Cacho) who displays his own angst at a school talent show. When Maru cheers on his outrageous and rebellious act, the two are punished together, forming a close bond. Soon the young couple runs away, but where they hide out from the world proves to be unexpected.

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Critic Reviews for Voy a Explotar (I'm Gonna Explode)

All Critics (27) | Top Critics (10) | Fresh (20) | Rotten (7)

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    September 14, 2010 | Rating: 3/4
  • This is mostly an unusual and imaginative, if overlong, love story.

    January 5, 2010 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

    Dave Calhoun

    Time Out
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  • Anger, rebellion, romance and despair are the keynotes of this freewheeling if self-conscious picture.

    January 5, 2010 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…
  • It's a tad too long, but beguiling nonetheless.

    January 5, 2010 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

    Wendy Ide

    Times (UK)
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  • Naranjo tells his story like a real film-maker, refusing either sentiment or melodrama. But Godard looms large over the whole, as if Naranjo has digested so many classics that he isn't quite able to do his own thing without copious references.

    January 5, 2010 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…
  • Shot in the jerky, jolting fashion that is the default setting of so much television and cinema aimed at younger viewers, it's actually too familiar.

    January 1, 2010 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Voy a Explotar (I'm Gonna Explode)

  • Mar 14, 2009
    Overall dissapointing, Romeo & Julia adaptation that started well but suffered from a poorly written scenario, the last 30 minutes of the film was full of cliche's, the ending was very unoriginal. The editing was excellent though and I appreciated the hand camera shots (which was also used a lot in Narajno's previous effort that I liked more: 'Drama/Mex') but the direction really could have been better.
    William H Super Reviewer
  • Jan 21, 2009
    Even though it features some great dialogue, especially as Maru (María Deschamps) narrates, this darkly comic Mexican take on teen angst makes for a really dull, self-important film. I was a teenager too, not so long ago, but I really can't identify with the "issues" of the protagonists. They're not troubled souls, as the film desperately wants you to believe, they're just whiny and immature brats. Frankly, a whole movie about Román's (Juan Pablo de Santiago) parents, played by Daniel Giménez Cacho and Rebecca Jones, would have been much better. Their presence, along with the strikingly beautiful cinematography, are the only worthy aspects of this so-called drama. In the end, I was almost tired from rolling my eyes so much. And they criticize me for not believing in Mexican cinema...
    Fernando Rafael Q Super Reviewer
  • Jan 20, 2009
    The movie has all the elements to make a great story, it looks great and has some very beautiful moments of true honesty where you conncect in a fantastically painful way with its characters - the problem is that there aren't enough of those moments and most of the time the characters are actually quite fucking stupid and annoying.
    Quinto W Super Reviewer

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