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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
Qué León (Una Vaina Loca), What a Lion, Qué León
Running Time
1 hours 33 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Romance, Comedy
Frank Perozo
José A. Paxtor, Jose Ramon Alama, Frank Perozo
Anyelina Sánchez, Celines Toribio, Christine Marzano, Ozuna
Dominican Republic
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, 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» (2)

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It's not a movie that will stir any controversy or bring you to tears, but it is a good movie, especially for those who can relate to their childhood. In a world where technology has transformed people into robots, "León" is about what happens when a robot is born, and what will happen to it as a person. The robot is voiced by the great actor Hugo Weaving, and he delivers a performance that is perfectly suited for his character. The plot is not complex, but it is not one of those mindless teen-movie films. It does not go over the top and make you laugh, but the plot, the character development, the reactions to the various situations, all of these aspects are important and give the movie a depth. As for the story itself, I think it is a great way to develop characters, and I think that is what makes it work. As a viewer, I liked the movie because of the psychological aspects, and how the main character is slowly put into the world of a robot. I think this movie does not only work as a movie for kids, but also as a film for adults. It is a good movie to watch with your friends, to discuss about the meaning of life and the relationships in your life, and to think about the impact that technology has on people and the way we live our lives. I also think that the main character of this movie is perfect for the lead role. Hugo Weaving is an excellent actor, and I think that he can handle any role he is asked to do. I also think that the movie is not about robots, but rather the fact that the robot is actually a person, and this is the main theme that I think this movie is about.

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Bryan Boyd

I don't know why, but I never seem to understand why people are so picky about subtitles. As a huge fan of Spanish cinema, I'm thrilled that this film was translated to English and available on DVD. It's an enjoyable little comedy about a little-known actor. And he's a cute little guy! I really enjoyed this movie, but don't go out of your way to see it. You'll probably want to just sit back and enjoy the light-hearted comedy. As far as my enjoyment of the film goes, I think it was pretty good, and worth seeing. As far as plot goes, I don't really see why this film got so much criticism. It's pretty much a typical slapstick comedy, with a slight plot twist that would probably only be noticeable to people who have read the original book. I think that's what's most notable about it. For example, in the film, one of the characters finds out that his girlfriend has been sleeping with another man. He's immediately upset that he's slept with another man, and his character is extremely jealous of the other man. But he goes ahead and sleeps with the woman anyway, and he ends up getting fired. In the original, he just straight up slept with her. But in the translation, he slept with her anyway, and ended up getting fired. That would have been a totally different storyline, and definitely something that would have been noticeable to those who hadn't read the book. It's a nice little movie, and I think it's worth seeing.