Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

Mortadelo y Filemón contra Jimmy El Cachondo

An ultra-violent giant willing to do “that” (don’t ask) to the man who sent him to jail... until a dose of Reversicine persuades him to do his cleaning and shopping. A super villain with little mental health but neutron bombs to spare; who speaks in an Argentine accent and turns even the most simple phrases into palindromes, the most simple phrases even turns into palindromes. A Spanish, loud-mouthed Mr. Magoo that causes more chaos than there already is. And, in the middle, of course, we have the baldest, most retarded super agents in the history of comic strips. Yes, sir: Javier Fesser resumes the saga he began twelve years ago (no animated and in 3D!) and, with it, return the visual gags and the jokes at a demented speed, propelled by the infinite love for Tex Avery and for the holy fire that spits out of two orange-colored gas cylinders. If you, reader, are one of those fathers of mothers who become shocked when someone curses in the presence of minors, don’t even think of teleport them to this authentic festival of the well-placed inventive insult. It’s your loss, you freeeeeeeeaks! AM

English title: Mortadelo & Filemon: Mission Implausible
Year: 2014
Format: DCP/3D
Color: Color
Minutes: 91
Seconds: 0

D: Javier Fesser  

G: Javier Fesser, Claro García, Cristóbal Ruiz  

F: Miguel Pablos  

DA: Víctor Monigote  

S: Nicolas de Poulpiquet

M: Rafael Arnau  

P: Luis Manso, Francisco Ramos  

CP: Zeta Audiovisual


I: Karra Elejalde, Janfri Topera, Gabriel Chame, Ramón Langa, Víctor Monigote


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Sunday 19 - 18:30 h
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Javier Fesser España

Born in Madrid, Spain, in 1964, he graduated in Film at the Complutense University. In 1992, he co-founded with Luis Manso the film and advertising production company Películas Pendelton. He directed the feature-length films The Miracle of P. Tinto (1998), Mortadelo & Filemon: The Big Adventure (2003), and Camino (2008).

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