@Thisfunktional Talks with Hector Bonilla, Benny Ibarra UN PADRE NO TAN PADRE (Spanish)

@Thisfunktional Talks with Hector Bonilla, Benny Ibarra UN PADRE NO TAN PADRE (Spanish)

Written by Jesus Figueroa (@Thisfunktional)

Actors Hector Bonilla and Benny Ibarra discuss playing father and son in “Un Padre No Tan Padre” with Jesus, @Thisfunktional of thisfunktional.com.

Bonilla talks about playing his role and about the three generations in the movie.

Ibarra talks about fathers like the one Bonilla plays and the universal themes of the movie.

UN PADRE NO TAN PADRE
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@Thisfunktional Talks with Jacqueline Bracamontes UN PADRE NO TAN PADRE (Spanish)

@Thisfunktional Talks with Jacqueline Bracamontes UN PADRE NO TAN PADRE (Spanish)

Written by Jesus Figueroa (@Thisfunktional)

Actress Jacqueline Bracamontes discusses her role as as Alma with Jesus, @Thisfunktional of thisfunktional.com.

Bracamontes talks about the excitement she had when she read the script, the way the story impacted her life and who she knew that is like Señor Servando.

With a story that has many universal themes there is something for everyone and it still it is relevant.

Checkout more interviews on youtube.com/thisfunktional.

UN PADRE NO TAN PADRE
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Movies You Don’t Want to Miss in 2017

If you’re a fan of thrillers, prepare for two of the best thrillers in 2017. Split, an intriguing suspense-filled film centered on the mysterious corners of the mind of a man who has manifested 23 personalities with one personality remaining and still submerged set to materialize and dominate all the others. This film stars James McAvoy and Latina actress Anya Taylor-Joy (Morgan and The Witch), and will be released in theaters on January 20, 2017.


Split
(Universal Pictures):

 

Another thriller that you won’t want to miss is Get Out and will be in theaters on February 24. The film follows a meet-the-parents weekend getaway for a young African-American and his girlfriend at her family’s estate. Within the course of a few days, a series of increasingly disturbing discoveries lead him to a truth that he could have never imagined.


Get Out
(Universal Pictures):

 

If you are feeling a like you need a little action in your life then The Great Wall will give you all the action you can handle. The film stars Matt Damon and Chilean actor Pedro Pascal from Narcos and Game of Thrones. This film, which premieres on February 17, 2017 tells the story of an elite force making a valiant stand for humanity on the world’s most iconic structure.


The Great Wall
(Universal Pictures):

 

And of course we all need a little comedy. After all, laughter is one of the best ways to celebrate the new year. The new comedy starring Jacqueline Bracamontes, Sergio Mayer Mori, and Benny Ibarra Un Padre No Tan Padre, will have you literally laughing out loud as Don Servando Villegas (Hector Bonilla), an 85-year-old feisty and old-fashioned Mexican patriarch gets kicked out of his retirement home for bad behavior. Don’t miss it in theaters on January 27, 2017.


Un Padre No Tan Padre
(Pantelion Films):

 

If you’re feeling the love after Valentine’s Day then make it a date night (or a girl’s night out) for Valentine’s Day weekend, and catch two love-filled films. Everybody Loves Somebody (Pantelion Films), which will be in theaters on February 17 stars Karla Souza as Clara who confronts her ex-boyfriend at a family wedding after having completely disappeared from her life. Clara will have to decide between going back to the past or opening her heart to new and unexpected possibilities.


Everybody Loves Somebody
(Pantelion Films):

 

You’re Killing Me Susana, the new film with Gael García Bernal and Verónica Echegui will also be in theaters on February 17, 2017. This film follows Eligio (Gael), who wakes up one morning and realizes that his wife has suddenly abandoned him. After learning that she has enrolled in a writing program at an Iowa University, he decides to go after her and persuade her to return to him.


You’re Killing Me Susana
(Hola Mexico Distribution):

 

 

And finally, the team who brought you Despicable Me and the biggest animated hits of 2013 and 2015, Despicable Me 2 and Minions, returns to continue the adventures of Gru, Lucy, their adorable daughters—Margo, Edith and Agnes—and the Minions in Despicable Me 3. In theaters on June 30, 2017


Despicable Me 3
(Universal Pictures):

UN PADRE NO TAN PADRE to Release in U.S. Theaters on Jan. 27, 2017

UN PADRE NO TAN PADRE to Release in U.S. Theaters on Jan. 27, 2017

Pantelion Films, the joint venture between Lionsgate and Televisa, announced with Distant Horizon that Pantelion will release the Spanish-language family comedy “UN PADRE NO TAN PADRE” on January 27, 2017 in the U.S.

Set in the stately and majestic colonial city of San Miguel de Allende, this quirky comedy starring Héctor Bonilla, Benny Ibarra de Llano, Jacqueline Bracamontes and Sergio Mayer Mori, follows 85-year old Don Servando Villegas (Héctor Bonilla,) an old fashioned Mexican patriarch who gets kicked out of his retirement home for bad behavior.

When his estranged son, Francisco (Benny Ibarra de Llano) is forced to take him into the house full of hippies he shares with his girlfriend and young son, “new age” collides with old age as Don Servando and his son Francisco experience a series of conflicts and situations that puts their home’s stability in jeopardy.

“Un Padre No Tan Padre” is a story about family: the one we’re born into and the one we create along the way.The film is directed by Raúl Martinez and produced by Gerardo Gatica’s Panorama Global, Alberto Müfflemann and Moises Cosió.

The film is executive produced by Distant Horizon’s Anant Singh and Brian Cox. Anant Singh, President of Distant Horizon said, “‘Un Padre No Tan Padre’ is a hugely entertaining film and we are delighted to be partnering with Pantelion Films to bring it to the US Latin audience, a market in which they are leaders and have a successful track record. We are pleased to be continuing our relationship with Gerardo Gatica and Alberto Müfflemann at Panorama Global, with whom we previously co-produced “ ‘Kite’ ” and “‘Remember.’ ”The film will open in Mexico on Dec. 24 via Cinépolis Distribución and Pantelion Films/Lionsgate will release on Jan. 27, 2017 in the U.S.