July 20, 2015

Un Gallo Con Muchos Huevos (A Rooster With Many Eggs)...

I was just sent the trailer for the upcoming Spanish language cartoon Un Gallo Con Muchos Huevos (Which translates to A Rooster With Many Eggs for those of you that don't understand Spanish) and I thought I'd share it because the release of this film marks the first time a Mexican animated feature has receives a wide release distribution in the United States. And that's kinda cool.

Una de las series cinematográficas animadas que ha HUEVO-LUCIONADO la taquilla del cine Mexicano (Huevo Cartoon), llega a la pantalla grande de Estados Unidos con el estreno de UN GALLO CON MUCHOS HUEVOS.     

Toto (voz de Bruno Bichir), es el gallito más tierno del gallinero. Pero cuando el malvado dueño del rancho en el que vive trata de destruir su hogar y su familia, Toto se verá forzado a convertirse de “gallito” a un valiente Gallo de pelea. Es entonces cuando Toto y sus amigos (Voces de Angelica Vale, Maite Perroni, Omar Chaparro, Ninel Conde, Carlos Espejel) deberán de unir fuerzas en esta HUEVO-AVENTURA, que nos enseñara que las sorpresas grandes, pueden venir en paquetes pequeños.   

For those of you that don't read Spanish...   

It's a cartoon about a sweet little rooster named Toto that is trying to save his home from an evil rancher that has deceived the owner of the farm he and his friends live on by training and competing in a cock fight.


Genre: Animation  
Cast: Angélica Vale, Jaime Aymerich, Bruno Bichir, Omar Chaparro, Carlos Espejel & Maite Perroni
Director: Gabriel Riva Palacio Alatriste
Writers: Gabriel Riva Palacio Alatriste
Country: Mexico
Language: Spanish
Rating: N/A
Release Date: September 4, 2015

I know that this film isn't something the majority of you would go see but you have to admit it's pretty awesome that a Mexican made Spanish language cartoon is being distributed like this in the United States. Maybe it will clear the way for other foreign films to be so wildly distributed because there are some awesome foreign language films out there and I don't think they get enough love in the United States.

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