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Todos queremos a alguien is a movie starring Karla Souza, José María Yazpik, and Ben O'Toole. A successful and single career woman asks her co-worker to pose as her boyfriend at a family wedding back home in Mexico. Her situation...

Genres
Comedy, Romance
Director
Catalina Aguilar Mastretta
Starring
Karla Souza, Alejandro Camacho, Ben O'Toole, José María Yazpik

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Product details

Genres Comedy, Romance
Director Catalina Aguilar Mastretta
Writer Catalina Aguilar Mastretta
Stars Karla Souza, Alejandro Camacho, Ben O'Toole, José María Yazpik
Country Mexico
Also Known As Mindenki szeret valakit, Everybody Loves Somebody, Todo Mundo Ama Alguém
Runtime 1 h 42 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A successful and single career woman asks her co-worker to pose as her boyfriend at a family wedding back home in Mexico. Her situation gets complicated when her ex shows up at the ceremony.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 16:30

The story, in a nutshell, is about a young man who wants to break free of the confines of his small town, to make a name for himself in a big city. We follow him from childhood, through puberty, through adolescence and finally to his eventual marriage. The town where he lives is a picture of the Midwest, with a solid majority of English people and a significant number of Native Americans. The Indian characters in this film are simply all over the map. Some are so clearly caricatures of Native Americans that it is hard to believe they are actors. Others are obviously Native Americans, or are the product of some type of Native American culture, such as the small family who have no kids. The humor is scattered throughout the film, and the most original jokes are not really jokes at all. Most of the jokes fall into the common denominator of being stereotyped and using stereotypical language, such as "put on a turban". But there are a few laughs where the material is really smart and clever, such as when the young boy is asked to make a big statement in front of the whole town. This film is a fun, lighthearted look at a familiar theme, but at the same time it is a very clever film. In the beginning, the film seems to be about a child, and the writers and director don't seem to have any problem making that obvious. The big problem is that the other characters don't seem to have much to do in the story. All the main characters have no real purpose, and while some of them do make some interesting observations, most of them are forgettable. So what do we have left? We have a couple of real characters, but most of them have little to do, and are so forgettable that they don't really add much. The other characters are basically just some random people we have never heard of. The cinematography is great, and the music is the best thing about the film. The score is such a unique and well composed piece of music, that you can tell that it was a lot of work to produce it. And while I would prefer to see a film with a little more thought put into it, The Boys from Oklahoma, is a very good movie. It is an oddity in a sea of strange things, and it is very enjoyable. If you like a quirky film, with some unique characters, and a good story, then you should check this out. It's definitely worth a watch.


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