Renata is a young high-class girl and Ulises is a poor guy. They both fall in love, but they must fight against everyone, specially Renata's rich parents, who want to stop their love by ... See full summary »
Luis Fernando Peña,
TV MX, the most powerful Mexican Television Corporation, discloses a scandalous story involving Governor Carmelo Vargas in serious crimes and illicit business. Governor Vargas worried about... See full summary »
Ana is a bride to be that gets drunk after finding some secrets from her fiancée and ends up in a jungle. Daniela, has always been afraid to tell her best friend she has feelings for him, both their courage will be tested.
Marco Polo Constandse
Luis Gerardo Méndez,
Juan Pablo Medina
This comedy drama features two couples living in the same building, Lucas & Julia the catholics, Aaron & Nora the jewish and Lola the world traveler spanish. The story takes place at the ... See full summary »
Luis Ernesto Franco,
Luis Gerardo Méndez
El Benny is deported from the U.S. and returns home to a Mexico devastated by the drug wars. He too joins in, and starts climbing the hierarchy, finding a prosperous life, full of money, women, violence and fun.
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Gonzalo Vega first film role in 10 years, he retired some time due to health issues. However he played some minor roles in TV Shows. See more »
When Peter is sit to sign the Trusteeship document he moves a notebook, while zooming in and out the notebook change its position at least twice. See more »
After 2 minutes of animated credits, there's an extra scene showing "Peter" in a cell, still faking the Spaniard accent and demanding to be released. Two cellmates appear and pull him back towards the cell bed, with one of the cellmates telling him they'll give him "camotito". See more »
I saw this movie through HBO. I found it funny, very good performed and certainly a review of what's real life for 99% of people. Writers did a good job trying to portray both contrasts between being rich and being not necessarily poor, but living life as it is.
The challenges the three children face to learn humbleness and the joy of gathering family back again are the most important topics here. I recommend this movie to make fun of rich people and their silliness by posing as "Americans wannabe" with their words in English and shallow life.
It's a movie full of creativeness, Mexican identity and for non-Latin Americans, I believe this movie will show how is "life in the tropics".
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