Miguel Mihura wrote the play "Maribel and the strange family" in the fifties. It became a movie with the same title in 1960 and Mihura himself was in the writing credits. This new "Casate conmigo Maribel" version has lost all the humor, tenderness and crispy folly of Mihura's play and movie. Its authors have had the nerve of including him again as one of the film's writers, instead of stating that just the plot is due to him, unhappily deceased in 1977; and, last but not the least, they have produced the worst sin in filmmaking: boredom.
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