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(544) 4.9 120 min 2019

[email protected] Caen is a movie starring Martha Higareda, Omar Chaparro, and Dunia Alexandra. Adán (Omar Chaparro) is a charming seducer who believes he knows how to make any woman swoon. He prepares to teach his friends the art of conquering...

Starring
Ramon Alvarez, Omar Chaparro, Dunia Alexandra, Martha Higareda
Genres
Comedy
Director
Ariel Winograd

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Comedy
Director Ariel Winograd
Writer Martha Higareda, Cory Brusseau
Stars Ramon Alvarez, Omar Chaparro, Dunia Alexandra, Martha Higareda
Country Mexico
Runtime 2H
Description Adán (Omar Chaparro) is a charming seducer who believes he knows how to make any woman swoon. He prepares to teach his friends the art of conquering women, using his array of bullet-proof rules of seduction. Mia (Martha Higareda) is an ambitious producer that dreams of having her own TV show on women empowerment called "Todos Caen," a strategic guide to dating that teaches you just how to hook a man- and have him eating from the palm of your hand in no time. Mia and Adán cross paths at a bar one fateful night, and from there the game is on in an all-out battle of the sexes. But as they test their finely honed seduction strategies on one another, both find that sometimes the more you play hard to get, the harder you may end up falling.

Top reviews

Monday, 08 Jun 2020 23:51

This film is a comedy, but it also has a touch of tragedy and sadness to it. And if you have not seen it, you might not get the full effect of the humour. It is definitely worth watching. The story follows three people from different social backgrounds - a married couple, a single father, and an immigrant worker - in their daily lives. All of them have their problems, and their problems are interwoven with the lives of others. They also have some problems which are not of their own making. The film is set in the 1950's. The wife is a very successful dentist, who is also a very good hostess. She has a young son, who has been placed in the care of his nanny, and has not been well looked after. He is also very depressed, and is suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. The couple have just lost their son, and the father has to cope with this loss. The other problems are of a more personal nature, and are related to the nanny, who has been a surrogate mother for their son. The mother is the oldest of the three and the oldest of the three is an immigrant worker, who has come to France to find work. She has had a difficult time in getting a job, and has become an alcoholic. She has become more independent since the birth of her son, and is very unhappy with her nanny, whom she feels is not doing enough for him. The father, who is a married man, has a baby daughter, and is also an alcoholic. He is still having problems with the nanny, and the nanny is in a very poor mental state. The films is about the women, the problems of the men, and the problems of the society in general. The film is very funny and light-hearted, but also has a bit of a sadness about it. You might find it a bit depressing, but there is also a sense of hope and optimism in the film. It is a film you can watch again and again and still enjoy.
Thursday, 07 May 2020 20:29

I found this film to be a truly charming adaptation of the work of an author who left an indelible mark on the English language. Without giving anything away I would say that this film follows the work of English writer, Stephen King, who wrote "IT" (which we all know as "IT") and who has worked tirelessly to bring us this adaptation. The film is set in California and is told through the eyes of a group of men in their thirties who are seeking employment in a car wash. The group is the three brothers played by Michael Rooker, Ben Affleck, and Jesse Eisenberg. Each brother is an equal, with each person being free to pursue a career in whatever field he may choose to pursue. They meet at the car wash, but when their respective jobs come to an end they decide to find a new place to work. One brother decides to take a job in a diner and is soon let go. The other brother goes to work in a toy shop, and is then let go. The third brother decides to try his hand at acting and is let go. The eldest brother, Charles, decides to take up smoking. He decides to start at the car wash. He is let go, but decides to continue at the toy shop, where he is let go again. This film follows the lives of these three brothers and how they manage to manage their lives. They are plagued by the loneliness of being without their father and the loneliness of being without their mother. There is a wealth of love, kindness, and laughter among these three brothers, which ultimately affects the lives of each one of them. Their lives are torn apart by the loss of their fathers, and they take it out on each other. The only ones that remain are the three brothers, and through their friendship they slowly but surely manage to heal their wounds and find their happiness. This film follows the story of this three brothers as they work to find a new job, and their relationship with each other. There are many nuances in this film, and for those who are familiar with Stephen King's work, this film will be a delight to the eye. For those who are not familiar with King's work, I would recommend that they try to see this film and I can guarantee that they will be pleasantly surprised. This is a film that anyone can enjoy. If you are a fan of Stephen King's work, then I highly recommend that you give this film a shot.


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