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Qué León

Qué León is a movie starring Christine Marzano, Ozuna, and Anyelina Sánchez. A love story between a couple with the same last name but very different social statuses.

Other Titles
What a Lion, Qué León, Qué León (Una Vaina Loca)
Running Time
1 hours 33 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Romance, Comedy
Director
Frank Perozo
Writer
Jose Ramon Alama, José A. Paxtor, Frank Perozo
Actors
Celines Toribio, Ozuna, Christine Marzano, Anyelina Sánchez
Country
Dominican Republic
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A love story between a couple with the same last name but very different social statuses.

Comments about romance «Qué León» (5)

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Katherine R.

Ya, that's right. Yes, it's a Spanish movie. Yes, there is some bad language. And it's about a guy who's basically a loser who's got a good heart and good intentions. And, yes, he's a little bit out of place. But, oh, boy, this is a film that will stick with you for a long time. It's quirky, it's clever and you'll be able to relate to most of the characters. I recommend it to everyone.

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Kathy

All the talking about a "sophisticated" movie just doesn't cut it. It's still a very cheesy movie, but at least it's not "real" cheesy. It is the kind of movie that could only happen on Spanish television. Anyway, this film is still not perfect. What makes this movie so great, is the chemistry between the actors. I mean, every guy has his peculiar quirks, and none of them are completely serious. But their parts are very well balanced and they really get to shine. The film itself is pretty much full of chases, and I liked it, because there's always something to chase. However, it doesn't make this movie an "in your face" chase. It's more of a gentle romantic comedy that is worth watching. So, if you like seeing guys fight, and some guys looking for love, then this movie is for you. You should see it. (But, again, don't expect a movie to the level of "Scarface".)

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Donald Elliott

This is a very well-done film that packs a good punch in the end. It had some good things to say about how music and culture influence love, it dealt with a sensitive topic such as a woman leaving her husband to be with a black man and it had a good ending. Of course, like all good romantic comedies, it had problems. For starters, the main character, León, had such a good heart. He was so sweet and easy to like. He didn't have a single flaw. And he was sweet too, and that's a major plus. But he was also a narcissist and someone who just didn't realize the gravity of his situation. He was obsessed with his music, and he got in over his head because he wasn't careful enough. In fact, he was so obsessed with his music, he never thought of his music as a real talent. He thought that he was a brilliant musician. I really think he's a great actor, but his character just didn't connect with me. I don't think he's funny, and that's not his fault, but the movie needed to end on a happy note. The ending was good, and I was happy that it was the ending that ended the movie. But I think the movie needed to be a little longer. It was a bit longer than it needed to be, and I don't think I'd want to see it again. I think the ending was a bit too rushed. I wanted more of an explanation of how the woman ended up with León. It was nice to know that the movie was based on a true story, but the ending needed to have more depth than the movie gave it. I think it would've made for a much better film if it had more of a twist, or if it had more of a heart. But the movie did a good job of putting that into the ending. I think that would've made for a much better ending. However, this was an enjoyable film. It was a very good movie and I really recommend it to people who are in the mood for a movie that is both romantic and entertaining. It had a good cast, a good script and a very good ending.

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Carl L.

There are few films that I can watch over and over and never get bored of them. But, like I said, I'm a huge fan of romantic comedies. I love comedies like "Singin' in the Rain" and "In the Heat of the Night" (my personal favorite, by the way) but sometimes, I just get bored with them. So, when I saw that an unknown director was making a romantic comedy, I was really excited to see it. I thought it would be some sort of remake of "Singin' in the Rain" or something. It turned out to be very different. I thought it was very good. The film's plot was very good, and I was also very impressed with the acting. It was really enjoyable to watch the characters. The film is based on a true story and was told by several people. This was a very interesting thing about the film. They kept the true story and kept the story about the love story, but made it more interesting by making it more about the characters and their love stories. This is a very good film and I'm very glad I watched it. The actors and actresses all did a very good job in this film. It's very well made and worth watching.

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Larry A.

Qué León is a film about a 26-year old man with severe mental retardation who is saved by a woman. He is given a permanent identity card by the woman and works for the public services. He meets a female nurse, who has a son who is very ill. He helps her, but she seems to have a certain preference for him. We also meet two women, one of them an illegal immigrant and the other a young woman who is trying to get a job. The film gives us glimpses of how things work in Mexico and it shows how the reality of the situation for people with a mental disability is very different from that of people with normal intelligence. The ending is ambiguous and I have not read any other comments. I can imagine how people would react to it, but I can't really say whether it is a good or bad film.