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Springall also deftly weaves the film's most dramatic moments with lighthearted comedy, and the result may be Mexico's best film in years.
Los Angeles Times
Has the same kind of humor, charm and sensuality that made "Like Water for Chocolate" the most popular foreign-language film until "Life Is Beautiful" came along.
The New York Times
The incredible adventures pile up unrelentingly, with no inflection, no downtime, and each new space is a set decorator's hallucination, as brightly colored as a candy store on acid.
It's remarkably bright, funny and sweet for a film that wades through so much sleaze, though it can't escape all of the weirdness it worms through.
TV Guide Magazine
A brightly colored, picaresque adventure that's equal parts telenovela melodrama and pop-magic realism.
New York Post
The premise is so sad it's impossible to chuckle at the often heavy-handed humor.
A Mexican film that reaches for a very weird and risky tone, and, I think, fails.
There's no gold dust to be found here, just an awful lot of stick-on glitter.
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