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Condorito: The Movie (2017)

Condorito: La Película (original title)
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Condorito embarks in a hilarious adventure to save the planet and his loved ones from an evil alien.
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Condorito (voice)
Jessica Cediel ...
Yayita (voice)
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Pepe Cortisona (voice)
Jey Mammon ...
Molosco (voice)
Coco Legrand ...
Tremebunda / Cuasimodo (voice)
Mathías Brivio ...
Fonola (voice)
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Francisco Colmenero ...
Narrador (voice)
Ignacio Ochoa ...
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Condorito embarks in a hilarious adventure to save the planet and his loved ones from an evil alien.

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$8,000,000 (estimated)
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Despite Condorito being a famous Chilean comic book character, in this movie he is voiced by Mexican actor Omar Chaparro, who has a distinctive Mexican accent. See more »

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References Titanic (1997) See more »

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Jungle Boogie
written by Gene Redd and Kool & The Gang
performed by Kool & The Gang
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Classic latinamerican humour
29 October 2017 | by See all my reviews

This movie is based on the classic comic book series "Condorito". It features all of the main characters of this series originally published in Chile.

I grew up reading Condorito and it's character and humour proved to be complicated to translate to cinematographic language. Rarely do we see Condorito involved in large story lines as it's a character (and a universe) that works better when its self-contained to gags.

Nonetheless, it's an enjoyable, familiar comedy... at least for latinamericans. Maybe someone outside the specific demographic will struggle to get any of the jokes as they are, most probably, lost in translation. It's worth the ticket price and it's worth its run-time.


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