Never Too Young to Dream (2001)

  |  Comedy, Drama, Family


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A group of kids have a dream: to play a football championship and to win. Their dream is going to be fulfilled by Don Pepe, an old guy with lots of expectations for his kids.


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9 August 2001 | entreacto
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This film wants to be all and ends to be nothing but a tremendous coca cola publicity. Watching this film comes to mind a bunch of sports movies, of course the main reference is Michael Ritchie's *THE BAD NEWS BEARS* mixed with some ROCKY's "times of truth". Nothing is original in this derivative piece of flick, everything is stolen from other movies, specially from the american sports films. In other hand, *ATLETICO SAN PANCHO* carries the burden of a misconstructed screenplay filled with common places and not even one smart idea. Children are just fuzzy creatures in this one, they are just stereotypicall and vacuom creatures. This mimic piece of film adds nothing to mexican cinema. Hope the negatives burn in hell.

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Genres

Comedy | Drama | Family | Sport

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Release Date:

5 October 2002

Language

Spanish


Country of Origin

Mexico

Filming Locations

Mexico

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