Already premiered Neighbor war on Netflix, and I’m the happiest critic watching many of our best actors in this mind-blowing Mexican comedy series.
We go from Vanessa Bauche, glorious, to Ana Layevska totally transformed after having done The girl who cleans.
Of the immense Pascacio López (Rambo: Last Blood) to the fabulous Mark Tacher. And from the great Christian Vázquez (Gross, nothing) to the divine Elyfer Torres (Betty in NY).
Neighbor war It is the best idea Netflix could have come up with to relax us this summer season.
Few things can be more complicated in this country than sharing a condo, community, or private with other families.
Neighbor war It’s about that, but complicating things a little more by bringing together some very, very fifís characters, with some very, very straightforward ones.
And when I say this I am not making a personal appreciation. We have AMLO masks, they talk about the elections and the result is hilarious.
I can not believe the amount of funny situations that appear in each of the chapters
of this series, how well defined are all the characters and the resolution that is given to each adventure. It is a cool family series that I highly recommend. I fought to see it. He will love it. Really if.
The best kept secret
I can’t believe how good it is MasterChef Mexico School.
This goes beyond a television program, it is an unmissable proposal. I explain: MasterChef It is a global success that has changed the lives of many of us.
Why? Because he has taught us everything: recipes, tricks and even how to present our dishes. It occurred to someone to transform that into an experience much closer to the audiences and the result is this, a digital school with all the talent, with all the experience and with all the prestige of
MasterChef, but without exposing yourself by participating in a reality show.
The production of each video is impeccable and this is so serious that in the end you get a certification. Go to the page schoolmasterchef.com.mx. You will love it like me. I swear to you.