Kiss Me Kiss Me a Lot

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Tired of kissing toads, it is a Mexican film about a girl named Martha (Ana Serradilla) and her attempt to satisfy that feminine instinct (which we still do not understand) to meet a man who becomes her prince charming.
After her latest disappointment in love, the girl signs up for a dating website, and indulges in exploring each other, through the profile of the new monster she has become and which they call "man-man."
The film has locations in Mexico, but its ending takes place on stages in Barcelona, ​​Spain, with the participation of the protagonist and one of those she believes is the love of her life.
The film is entertaining, but not a jewel. I would say that what caused this was the excessive use of stereotypes, which made the plot, the development of the characters and many other things in the story very predictable.
Despite this, the reception in Mexico and other Latin American countries where it was exhibited was very good. The reason? The film has all the elements of a romantic-pink Holywood film, and it managed to win the respect of the couples in love, who are the ones that mostly crowd the movie theaters.
In addition, the fact that the actors that appear in the film are mostly familiar faces from Mexican soap operas led many women to drag their husbands, boyfriends, or other friends to see the film.
The performances are quite acceptable and it has the appearance of figures such as Itatí Cantoral ,? Pedro Damián (the creator of RBD), Ana Layevska and a special participation by Alicia Machado, who plays a stripper stripper.
The soundtrack is also quite good and includes artists such as Alejandra Guzmán, Camila, Bacilos, and a live appearance from La Quinta Estación.
My recomendation: If you are a woman, go see her. If you are a man, go see her only accompanied by your old woman and to want to please her, as long as you have tried to convince her to see something else and she insists that she wants to see that one.


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