Two proposals to watch from the living room 

Patricio Sánchez-Jáuregui brings us two proposals to watch at home: the series "Lost in Space" and the movie "Padre no hay más que uno 3".

Patricio Sánchez-Jáuregui-November 27, 2022-Reading time: 2 minutes


TitleLost in Space
CreatorsIrwin Allen, Matt Sazama, Burk Sharpless
Actors: Molly Parker, Toby Stephens, Maxwell Jenkins

In the year 2048, the Robinson family sets out with hundreds of colonists on a mission to populate a distant planet. Halfway there, the ship is attacked by aliens, and hundreds of colonists must evacuate and seek refuge on a nearby planet. There they will be tested by new, exotic and sometimes dangerous elements, while confronting other races and resolving family feuds. 

Lost in space was a 1960s science fiction series based on the Swiss Family Robinson book. Pulling from the bag of addictive, entertaining formulas for all audiences, this thrilling remake The three-season run is a stimulating suggestion for those who want to have a good time watching a carefully crafted science fiction adventure series, which has been awarded five times and nominated on countless occasions. A full-fledged blockbuster halfway between classic adventure books and juvenile literary serials, with a choral cast, stories of love, redemption, overcoming, sweetened with new worlds and interstellar travel.


Title: There is only one father 3
DirectorSantiago Segura
History: Marta González de Vega, Santiago Segura
MusicRoque Baños
PlatformAmazon Prime Video

With the approach of Christmas, the illusion arrives and so do the entanglements. The children of the García family unwittingly break the figure of Jesus from the nativity scene that their father (Santiago Segura) treasures as a family heirloom and icon of traditional happiness at this time of year. A race against the clock begins to acquire a new one, in which everyone will pitch in, while at the same time problems and crazy situations will arise. 

Third part of Santiago Segura's successful franchise, a lively tribute to Fran Capra's good-natured cinema that serves as an excuse for its director to create an entertaining product for the whole family. White and benign comedy without pretensions, with more of the same. It leaves no aftertaste but entertains and amuses in equal parts.

And its genius lies in pleasing all audiences who want to return to the familiar classics of a lifetime.

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