In the Colombian film El soborno del cielo a clash of cultures unfolds between the ideals of a haughty and old-fashioned priest and the real-life problems his parishioners are faced with.
This satire is very enjoyable, despite a slow pace and some minor weaknesses in the writing. […]
Todo el poder is a Mexican satire dealing with the high levels of crime and corruption in the country. The film benefits from a great cast, and the writing employs dark humour as well as farcical and absurd elements. But the film ultimately is too muddled and not narrated tightly enough, so it never lives up to its full potential. […]
A widely-known Mexican drama that is too ambitious for its own good. Trying to tackle too many issues at once, the film proceeds to drop them one by one and focus on its core story in the second half of the film, which creates an uneven narration.
“Pure enchantment” the L. A. Times called it. And they were right. […]