2033 (2009)

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The first installment of a planned trilogy, director Francisco Laresgoiti's speculative sci-fi thriller finds the son of a powerful general caught in the middle of a raging class war ... See full summary »




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22 January 2011 | ifeito
| Right Wing Propaganda.
I have to confess something. I watched this movie knowing that it's main goal is to work as right wing propaganda.

Special effects are OK, but they are nothing spectacular. What really misses the mark is the one-dimension of the story and characters and the obvious intent to chip away at the separation of church and state is too annoying to ignore.

The slant given on a Secular State that runs the bad guys and the clear reference to the "Cristero Wars" Miguel Agustín Pro make it clear this movie is intended as propaganda for right wing politicians who wish to see the separation from church and state removed from Mexican Laws.

Even the name of the movie, 2033, is a reference to the 33 degrees of francmasonry, which catholics in Mexico have pictured as devil worshippers.

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5 February 2010



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$5,000,000 (estimated)

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