Superlopez (2018)

Superlopez (2018)

Released: 2018
Genre: Action, Comedy, Genre, Sci-Fi
Director: Javier Ruiz Caldera
Starring: Julián López, Alexandra Jiménez, Dani Rovira, ,
Run time: 108 min
IMDb: 5.3/10
Country: Spain
Views: 139342


In a faraway planet named Chitón, evil General Skorba threatens with his armies to conquer and annihilate all cities and inhabitants, but a scientist named Jan and his wife decide to save their newborn baby giving special superpowers and sending him to planet Earth in a space pod to keep him safe and sound. When General Skorba arrives, his child daughter Ágata uses her telepathic abilities to trace the baby, and promising her father kill him and destroy planet Earth, travels in another space pod following the first, but in the Earth’s orbit the pod of Jan’s son crashes against an artificial satellite, falling in Spain and not USA as it can be wanted. Thirty years later, not knowing his past and hiding his powers to everybody, Juan López is an office worker raised and educated of a little town by two farmers who they have a car repair’s shop. Unable to hide him by more time and wanting to help the people, Juan saves a subway train to crash, exposing unwittingly to the public eye and …
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User Reviews: This movie has too many problems.
1- The lack of any flow. About 70% of the movie is about normal situations of any person (going to work, boring life, family problems, …etc..)
2- In a super-hero movie we want to see a super-hero making very unusual things and saving people…this is not the case… the only think he do is "saving" people in a metro accident using a very very stupid way to do that (Not spoiler, it is shown in the trailer)…etc…
3- The uniform is only used to fight against "final boss" not for saving anyone.
4- The main problem of the movie is the target. I mean, the movie don’t know if main target are children or adult people.
The argument is stupid, some situations are comical/stupid, and oher are normal boring adult situations… but the real problem is the script… I mean… the script uses very disapointing words for children, strong languaje, insults…etc…
In spanish (my case) it uses phrases like "Estoy hasta los COJONES", "Hostia","acuantar mas con una chica en la cama, y no precisamente durmiendo"…etc…
This is not for children, but the age rate is "all ages"… obviusly this is not accurate, and looks like the rate has make any kind of exception with this movie to help the earnings instead of protecting childhood.

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