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No manches Frida 2

No manches Frida 2 is a movie starring Martha Higareda, Omar Chaparro, and Itatí Cantoral. Zequi tries to regain Lucy's love by bringing the school's team to victory.

Other Titles
No Manches Frida 2
Running Time
1 hours 42 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Comedy
Director
Nacho G. Velilla
Writer
Sergio 'Venado' Sanchez, David S. Olivas, Claudio Herrera
Actors
Omar Chaparro, Aarón Díaz, Itatí Cantoral, Martha Higareda
Country
USA
Year
2019
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Zequi tries to regain Lucy's love by bringing the school's team to victory.

Comments about comedy «No manches Frida 2» (20)

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Margaret

The most brilliant satire of bad behavior in the 1960's in a very realistic way. The plot, which you might find some funny parts but mostly not, is based on a real life "Citizen's Bureau" against drug addicts in Barcelona. The "crime" in this film is mainly not what you would see in a Bogart film. But the scariest aspects are the love scenes with Elisabeth Shue (that pretty face), Manu Lopez and James Garner. The best part of the film is of course the filming. The situation is so realistic and so insane that it is one of the most realistic things I have ever seen in a film. However, this film is not as funny as Frida and this film does not surpass that. This film is more like a "bad comedy" with action and violence. This film is definitely better than Frida though, because Frida is a great comedy which has a deeper meaning to it. 8 out of 10

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Aaron Foster

I loved The New York Public Library book Frida, so I knew going in that this film would be a labor of love. And I was not disappointed. From the start, Frida packs a punch with humor and a heart that you care about. While the pace is a little slow, the humor is still there and Frida is still the funniest character in the film. However, the best part is that it focuses on Frida as a person, not as a monster. She is human and we find that more human than ever. This isn't about saving the world or defeating all the monsters. It's about people. Frida comes to the library after her father has to move from her home to a new place. After seeing a reproduction of Frida as a superhero (no offense to Joel Schumacher), she has to be accepted by the community and the library to become a member. So she goes through a whole 'nother transformation story. While the real Frida was a few steps ahead of the comics, I think the real Frida was the one that everyone in the audience can relate to. She is one of the most talented and incredible artists in the world and I hope she continues to come out with quality work. This film is awesome because it makes you feel like you are part of the movie, and most importantly it doesn't forget what you loved about Frida in the first film. I loved it.

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Ashley W.

This movie is basically about a family, three families: the husbands, the wives and the kids. It was kind of dumb, but I like this movie. It doesn't need to be a movie, it's not really a movie. It is a movie about family. There is a song in the movie called "What the hell is going on here." and when the song was played it seemed like it was supposed to be a story, but it was just playing "what the hell is going on here?" Well, it doesn't make sense and it's a dumb movie. It should have been a scene in the movie that was totally stupid and wasn't funny. It was very dark, and I don't like movies that are like that. I don't like dark, stupid movies. It didn't make sense. I don't know what they were trying to say. It's kind of a weird movie. I don't know what the hell this is, but it's a really dumb movie. And the plot of the movie was a bit weak, but I can't really say. I think that they should have had more of a story. It was just a stupid movie. It wasn't a really good movie. But, it's still okay. It's still good. It's kind of a movie you could watch when you don't feel like doing anything else. It's just a very dumb movie, but still it's okay. I didn't find it very funny, but I like the movie. I liked it.

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Evelyn

Based on a novel written by the late playwright, Horace Peckham, Frida is a really great independent comedy about a woman who meets a Frenchman who teaches her how to read French. The French are French. Everyone speaks with a French accent. But the French don't speak French. Frida tries to speak French and she is a badass. But after a while Frida realizes she is superior to the Frenchman. The Frenchman soon moves away and Frida can't get away from him. The French man is a genius, and they are all wrong. Meanwhile the Frenchman writes a book about an urban cowboy who is going to change the way we think about the world. She is an aspiring writer who wants to learn more about France. Frida is the world. This is an independent comedy. That means that the director has to get the story on the screen. Without the director this would have been a cheap chick flick. What it does is it shows the story of Frida through the unique perspectives of her French friends and then tell the story of her taking French lessons with the real Francophiles. Who are the real Francophiles. The director knows that this is not the way most people view Frida. She is smart. She is a tough as nails chick who has to get the guy. So she decides to act in this film and tells the story of how she is learning French and finding her own identity.

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Jeremy Barnett

Frida (Linda Blair) was once a great actress but now her reputation is on the decline. She is a teacher and lives in an apartment that is for rent and when she is asked to perform the poetry readings, she feels obligated to perform at the apartment and learn the secrets of the previous owners. Frida needs to change her image, so one night she sleeps with a stranger and when she wakes up she is no longer Frida but rather Humbert Humbert who she was trying to seduce. The next day, Humbert, Jr. (John Petruzzi) comes to the apartment and asks Frida to help him and the two form a relationship. When the publication of Frida's last book catches on fire, they try to change the title from Frida to Humbert Jr. But Humbert Jr. and Frida's world is not as different as they thought and the truth will not be put aside forever. Frida the Other offers some of the best comedy and existentialism of the 80's. It's fun and funny throughout but it also has a good sense of the self and a touching story of life and love. Linda Blair is very good in this film and her character is the strongest part of the film. There are some seriously funny scenes and all are really well-done. John Petruzzi is his usual character and Petruzzi is very funny and it's great to see him play a more serious role. But John Petruzzi's character doesn't need a lot of moments of comic relief as he is extremely funny in this movie. Linda Blair is also very funny and she has an incredible one-liners. Even for a lighter movie, this one is really funny. The supporting cast is all very good. Some of them are absolutely funny and memorable, like Abe Vigoda, Demond Rhys-Meyers and Trish Van Devere. The supporting cast is pretty solid and the performances are very good. It's not the greatest comedy of all time but it is very enjoyable and funny and it's not hard to get into it.

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Terry

A R P Tillman's Ramanujan was famous for his book The Infinite Resource, which chronicles the life of the greatest person ever. Ramanujan was no ordinary man though. He was a brilliant mathematician who took his concepts to the physical world and created a whole class of mathematical concepts that we can actually use today. In Frida, director Janusz Kaminski shows us this kind of research of his. I've seen Frida in some other form, but it's this type of movie I really like it best. In the book I heard that Frida took her subjects to the world for her own. Kaminski has shown us that Frida had no intention of living in India. She only wanted to travel in the world with her husband Arjuna. It also shows the great chemistry between Ramanujan and Frida. I've also heard that he was in a love relationship with her, but I can't really say that. We are not given that information. For instance, he told her that he was married and they are living in Arjuna's hut together, and also mentioned that he has always been a Muslim. Even if he was a Hindu in India, his wife should be Hindu as well. I also heard that he had a history of taking a vow of chastity, but Kaminski is not giving us any details. How can a man like Ramanujan have such a vow of chastity? I know he is not an expert on human sexuality, but he should have a sexual partner, that way he could spend more time with his wife. This is not to say that Kaminski did not take a side on the subject, but I still feel that he was a good choice. Kaminski has also done a good job at the female characters. Frida's husband played by Ken Takakura has a great personality. The kids of Ramanujan also did a great job at playing their characters. It's also nice to see all the cast members. One thing I liked about Kaminski's Frida was the cinematography. It's well thought out. You see all the world, and you see through them the different settings. Kaminski has tried to make this a kind of documentary. I love this style of Kaminski's movies. That's what makes Frida a great movie. I'm still not sure why a lot of people have given this a low rating, but I believe that it's the most important part of a movie. I'm sure the people who are criticizing this movie haven't seen it. I've seen a lot of movies and this is by far the best one. I recommend this movie to anyone who has time to watch a movie.

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Rachel White

Frida Rosso is a fascinating character. Her life and the circumstances around it makes for a brilliant portrayal of a woman who wishes to keep her distance from people and things. After being isolated for most of her life Frida has slowly been coming closer to what she wants but hasn't really figured out how to do it. Rosso is a perfect counterpoint to this. The situation in which Frida is trapped is a romantic one but she isn't trying to make love to anyone. She wants to keep herself from being tortured and have a happy ending. This movie is about the relationship between the characters and how they make decisions that affect them all. This is a good movie to watch. It doesn't have the greatest of writing but the plot is very well thought out.

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Larry

Frida starts a journey with a foreign man in pursuit of her story. The man and her try to help her save her own life and the people that are trying to kill her. Frida is a funny and entertaining movie. There is plenty of laughs throughout. We see all the old school action movies that we all love to watch. They are some of the best movies for a comedy like this and the same action movies with the best of the best cast members. We see characters that we will never see again and have been done better in other movies. For instance Jesse Ventura plays John Gallagher Jr. we never see him again in this movie but we have seen him in other movies and it is good to see him again. The best part of this movie is that it is not over the top. It is a story that you would not see in a comedy but more of an action thriller. That way you are never bored and never stop laughing. This movie is also a great movie to start a career with. It is a great way to start the careers of Jim Carrey and Dave Chapelle.

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Patricia

THE FISH FACTORY is like nothing else since the days of SPACE ACADEMY. This film should never be compared to the Sci-Fi Channel classic. It is a lot of fun, and the only thing it lacks is a laugh track. This film is kind of like "Hippopotamus in Space". This film should never be compared to the two Space Alchemists movies because they are not the same. People may say "this is a lot of fun" and they may not understand that they are watching a comedy. I was laughing almost every scene. The jokes are scattered about, but it is still mostly funny. A lot of people think this is a "horrible movie". Some are right, but the majority are wrong. This is the best Sci-Fi Channel film ever, even better than FOREVER AFTER EARTH or ALIENS. If you think this is a terrible movie, you are wrong. If you like Space, you will love this film. I give THE FISH FACTORY a 10/10

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Peter

I haven't seen this movie yet but my friends have, and they're both quite enthusiastic about it. "Frida" is not a feminist movie (the movie is more about fratelli than about women), but there are some comments in the movie, that are funny and sweet, and also good for you to see and think about for your own personal good. I'm Italian and I enjoy this kind of comedy with an irony or irony-funny, but don't let the social value of the movie confuse you. Here we have this story about Frida Kahlo, a Mexican who lived for a long time in Barcelona, a city of rich people, where her father was a historian and where she lived. Frida is not just a famous artist, she is the reason that "Frida" is a nickname. Frida wanted to study and to create a portrait of her father, but she had to study in a teaching institute, because there was no dentist or doctor of medicine in Barcelona, where she lived. She was able to find that dentist in a pharmacy in Barcelona, and he treated her and other patients, until her father died, and her art career was started. Frida was then obliged to live with her brother and her father's friend, with other things and not with her artistic profession, until she moved to a new country, where she was living with a talented painter. She could not find a place to live, because her art was not recognized by the country. She decided to take an important painting as a gift to her brother, and to prove herself, she chose to take a portrait as the one of her father. But it was a mistake, because the painting was too beautiful. Frida was afraid that the portrait could be spoiled, and she chose to take the painting, and bring it back to her father's house. I think that Frida is a very funny movie, and it is perfect to watch when you want to laugh, or when you want to be happy. My vote is seven. Title (Brazil): Not Available

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Janet Olson

Who will win the fight between Mary and Frida? Will the doctor's new girlfriend, Mimi, ever be able to run for president? As Frida, Sandra Bullock continues to be an increasingly amazing character actress, playing roles beyond "the mother, the sister, the ex-wife, the lesbian" she is always at her best. The best thing about "Frida 2" is the casting. Bullock and Pesci both are at their best in this movie. Being virtually unknown, the casting was truly great. Perhaps they were trying to make the movie more realistic, but it would have worked as well as the first movie. However, after "Frida 2" has all the good elements of the original movie, the story gets weaker and weaker. From the plot to the characters to the acting, everything in this movie is ruined. At no point in the movie does the character development become more than a joke. By the end of the movie, Frida is little more than a punchline. That's not to say that they didn't create a good movie with this, it's just that "Frida 2" is just a slightly better movie than the first. I give "Frida 2" a 7.3/10

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Sarah

This movie is not as good as Frida but it's still a good comedy to watch. You may be wondering why Frida is naked in the beginning. Well, I don't know. It was an experiment and she had to have more show. She just wanted to have a better picture of herself. I think it was just about showing her naked so people can say. "That's the woman who sold her body". I really enjoyed her naked. After the movie was over, I was thinking. "What is that piece of charcoal sitting on my lap?". It is by artist Frida Kahlo and this piece is painted on her thigh and arm. I was surprised to see the artist even showed a picture of her thigh and arm. So to sum it all up, Frida is a woman with a purpose. She is trying to change the world and maybe, change you too.

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Ralph

I have seen this film twice now, and it is hard to get through the first time, because it seemed to be a film that didn't need to be seen twice. The second time I did, however, I was more interested, and a little more determined. I liked it even more than the first time, because of the more forward-thinking script and the strong characters. I like the fact that the film isn't dependent on some flashy, movie-making trick to pull in audience. A lot of movies these days rely on having flashy sequences. This film wants you to feel the pain, and to feel that Frida is going through the same pain that she was. I am a big fan of Seth Rogan, so I was very happy to see him in this film. If I were to pick, I would definitely say this is his best film, although I am not sure I would say this is his best film. He still has great chemistry with Emma Roberts, and it shows that there is a nice friendship between them. However, I think this film does need some more emphasis on the dialogue. It could use more of a philosophical outlook on life, which is one of the strengths of the first film. But the dialogue is the strongest part of the film, so I think the director, writer, and actors should be congratulated for really making a movie that is great. A definite film for the family.

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Pamela G.

Three years after the original Frida, its time for an off-beat sequel. On the one hand, Frida still thinks in the superhero style and plays a character that is very much a parody. On the other hand, the writers have managed to make a female version of both Hugo, the protagonist, and Frida, who is the source of all these superhero elements. Whilst I enjoy both versions of Frida, I also appreciate the darker approach and have enjoyed a lot of the more violent stuff. This time around, the film takes place in Switzerland, where Frida is doing her superhero act. Then things go very wrong and she is found dead in the local clinic. Shortly afterwards, the police start investigating the death and after the death of some of the victims, things start to get very strange. It is during this time that Frida tells the reporter that she is going to be going to the US and that she wants to use all the superhero powers she knows, even the flying ones. The problem here is that she does not tell this to the police, nor does she tell her family. This results in Frida turning to the man who is suspected of the murder. It also has a lot of action and it is interesting to see the creators working on the script. However, it is still a bit of a mess with characters who are not developed well. The action is also somewhat overdone and boring, as are the effects. I know that the budget is low and the characters don't really have a lot of depth. However, I just thought the script was not that good, so at least the directing is not that bad. In the end, this is a film I enjoyed and it was just not that good. 7/10 Bethany Cox

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Sharon Bryant

The Funny and Funny The whole film is about a self proclaimed redneck who is working as a blood donor in order to save the life of a young girl who will not survive her disease. The film follows this character all through her training until she gets to Hollywood where she meets up with her former sister, who is also working as a blood donor. The film is a homage to the first film and is a sweet and charming film. It is a cult film that many people will love it and also will like it very much.

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Stephen

I really liked this film, it's actually better than the original Frida movie. There are only a few scenes in which Frida is naked, but as a whole, it was enjoyable. The storyline was fun, and the music was also great. But I feel that one of the plot elements was really stupid and I don't really think it was as clever as it seemed. The one thing I was looking forward to seeing from this film was the comic book, but I wasn't thrilled to see it. I think it would have made a much better film than this. I also found it very interesting that the film was called Frida 2 and not Frida, because it is clearly an American production. The only thing I didn't like was the ending. I think it was a bit rushed, and it really wasn't the ending I wanted to see. Also, the movie kind of didn't leave a lasting impression on me. In the end, it really wasn't a very good film, and it certainly wasn't a bad one, it just wasn't a very good film either. But if you liked the original Frida, you'll probably enjoy this one, if you didn't like it, I can't really blame you.

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Carl Henry

In this movie of the same name, Meryl Streep has more to do with her low budget that to save the movie from a complete meltdown. Nevertheless, she shows in this film that she is one of the best actresses today (Alfre Woodard and in Die Hard 2 also). With her unique humor, she gives the movie its best piece of acting. Moreover, I think the funny situation about her assistant (that appears in one of the scenes) is a clever joke that enables the movie to run smoothly. Nonetheless, Streep is the best at the line of her career and she makes a big name for her movie. The rest of the cast is acceptable. In short, this is a film that makes you laugh and makes you smile. A very nice movie.

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Jose Campbell

When the original "Frida" came out, the movie was almost universally panned for being a predictable comedy. With the sequel, it was nearly universally praised for being a better movie. I wasn't sure if that was fair, since I didn't expect a great film but rather a good film. But, it turns out that, despite it being a movie that was sometimes a little predictable, it was still a good movie. The idea of Frida being a character with an eternal guardian has been done in countless different ways. Her "karma" consists of doing favours for others and sending them money. It was a good idea, and I think it was done much better than it is in the original Frida. The basic plot is, "Frida is just a little witch living on the fringe of society. She has to work hard to survive, in order to earn enough money to live her dream and to work her way up to the Queen of the Magic World." This was very good of how the film handled the idea of Frida being a witch. Frida wasn't supposed to be super powerful, but rather just some scrappy chick who was struggling to make her way in a world that seems to want to push her out. The original Frida was amazing. And the sequels, although there are some small plot holes, are very good. For example, there is no character given a role in the first film, but in this film we have Marylene. The original Frida's Frida had a role in the first film, but Marylene is an entirely different character to the original Frida. Marylene seems to be a much more powerful villain than Frida was. She's angry, violent, selfish, and never really has a sense of self worth. However, the film handles her role in a way that is not too overpowering. She's basically Frida fighting for herself. She fights for what she believes in and for her duty, but there's no real way she can prove she's not being petty and selfish. I think the writing is always a little on the dark side. At times it's hilarious, but at other times it's not that good. The original Frida was constantly about being cruel to people. Frida was always telling people how nice and caring they are, yet, the original Frida was rather sad at the things she had to do to survive. The sequel gives us more comedy, and the jokes aren't as dark. There's a bit more of a twist to the jokes, but they aren't all that funny. I also liked how, when the Frida character leaves the movie, we are left with a really nice sense of closure and sympathy for the character. I think the film works even better when you can just feel for the character and not think about how Frida is being evil. The original Frida is really good and should be seen. The sequel is very good, but it isn't as good as the original. I do recommend the original Frida, it's an original in style and execution. The original Frida is much better. The sequel is much better. But, I wouldn't say it's the best film of the original trilogy. I think the original Frida is better.

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Patrick

Frida aint really that bad of a movie, I enjoyed it and the music was good also it was in no way boring, Its probably one of the most entertaining comedies to come out in the year. The story line is about Frida and her mother's plan to run a zoo. This movie has some good humor and some really funny scenes. I would recommend this film to any fan of comedies and action.

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Madison

I've been watching movies for as long as I can remember, and I can remember being disgusted with all of the Hollywood dreck that had been hitting the theaters for years. As long as I could remember, I wasn't a fan of that 'sub-par' stuff like the original Star Wars, the Jungle Book, etc. So when I got the opportunity to rent Frida, I felt as though it was going to be a good time. Although I wasn't expecting much when I first rented it, Frida was one of the few films that I was completely able to enjoy. The movie was actually good. It had a plot that wasn't that hard to follow, as well as characters that I actually cared about. The biggest problem I had with the film was that it didn't show the full extent of the monsters Frida met. The audience would get to see the monster as it was supposed to be in one moment, and then when Frida got the scene, they would be deprived of the monsters. I don't mind that at all, in fact I love it. It allowed me to enjoy the film in my mind as a fantasy, but the movie wouldn't let me see how cool the monsters were. I would still love to have the whole full story, but I don't think I'll ever be able to like the film until I see the full story. If you do go to see Frida, do not expect the full story. If you do go to see the full story, just go in with the knowledge that you're going to watch a fantasy film, with fantasy monsters, that don't always have the full story. By the time you get to the full story, it'll be too long for your brain to keep up with.