Juanjo is a college professor who just got dumped by his girlfriend, Celeste. Believing he has been manipulated he recruits his smooth talking student, Nico, to help win her back in ... See full summary »
Torrente has now moved to Marbella, where, after being wiped out of the money he had gained, has returned to private investigation. But in one of his cases he gets involved in the middle of a villain's missile plot to destroy the city and his own uncle's blackmail operation... and he knows nothing.
In the final scene, Aijón offers his script to the famous Spanish producer Santiago Segura (played by himself). In Segura's office there are posters of the saga of Torrente, even there are posters of non-filmed sequels. See more »
Well, I can't believe Ikerb's review on Una de Zombis. I had the wildest ride in ten years with this movie. Of course, it's low budget, politically incorrect and makes fun of a lot of things nobody should laugh at. But, what the hell, that's what I love the early Kevin Smith's work. And Una de Zombis' filmmakers also want to give the best action and adventure fun that their budget can buy. You know what? They made it! I know, I know... I'm a complete freak. But I also happen to enjoy classic Woody Allen or Neil Simon films, and the dialogues, characters and comedy situations in Una de Zombis made me think of them (I suppose that's not a problem for Zombis' filmmakers). So I recommend people to watch it. Because I'm sure this is about to be one hell of a cult movie and, if they keep working hard, actors and director will be stars soon. That's the feeling I had the first time I saw "Clerks", although these guys obviously want to make mainstream movies. After all, Una de Zombis is a tribute to Joel Silver or Jerry Bruckheimer, who will be soon hiring these Spanish crazy mavericks for sure. Did I mention that I loved Una de Zombis?
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