Me tengo que casar/Papá soltero (1995)

PG   |    |  Comedy


Me tengo que casar/Papá soltero (1995) Poster

Un padre tiene previsto ver a su hija casarse, pero su novio no es lo que esperaban y cambian los preparativos. Su hijo mayor decide ir al altar, pero todo cambia de nuevo y es el padre quien termina por casarse.


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3 September 2006 | insomniac_rod
A-B-C of social correctness by Cesar Costa.
Oh, the horrible 80's! "Papa Soltero" was a very popular show in Mexican t.v. It dealt with the problems that a single father had to face with his growing sons and daughter.

A movie based on the sitcom wasn't really a good idea. This movie is cheesy, misogynistic, and shows society's double moral.

The acting is horrible. Cesar Costa was never a good actor and in this movie he demonstrates that he's not even good for low budget. Talking about low budget; this movie looks like it was recorded with a handy-cam. The score is pathetic...

Well, I know that it's unfair to bash this movie because of it's low budget and poor script but the truth is that we, Mexicans shouldn't accept this kind of crap. Better stick with the "Papa Soltero" episodes.

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Comedy

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Release Date:

5 May 1995

Language

Spanish


Country of Origin

Mexico

Filming Locations

Acapulco, Guerrero, Mexico

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