Film: Mutiny of the Worker Bees
Starring: Gustavo Egelhaaf, Alejandro Suárez, Bárbara de Regil, Mauricio Argüelles, César Rodríguez, Fernando Becerril, Anna Carreiro, Carlos Macías, José Sefami, Raquel Garza
Director: Carlos Morett
Reviewer: George Sylex
Overview - We have another wagered by Netflix that has no more prominent aim than to expand the stage's comedy list. A sort where titles are being introduced without a lot or no achievement recently: 'La otra Missy', 'Los tortolitos', or' Coffe and Kareem'. All things considered, the current week's Mexican wager doesn't improve things in such manner. We start with our review of Mutiny Of the Worker Bees.
The new film takes us to know the story of Omar Buendía, who functions as a marauder in the Geek Plaza in Mexico City. At the point, when his granddad starts to have heart issues, Omar chooses to search for a steady activity that permits him to have medical coverage to support his granddad. The issue is that he isn't utilized to the godin life, so his associates should clarify the essential standards of each office worker, while he manages the haughtiness of his upsetting supervisors played by Bárbara de Regil and Mauricio Argüelles.
The tape coordinated via Carlos Morett has an issue in capital letters — his content. To such an extent that their primary clash is ridiculous and constrained, their sole target being to legitimize the presence of the film itself. Said, "conflict" is by all accounts wedged in the remainder of the plot, constraining a mechanical secret activity plot that shows up "as if by magic " As the minutes of film pass, we will see that they just knew the beginning stage of the story, the plan to be created, the rest is unadulterated act of spontaneity.
The thought from which the plot of the film begins, as indicated by Mexican media, emerges from needing to build up a parody dependent on the day by day work of the supposed "godínez": a modifier utilized for office laborers in Mexico. Furthermore, that is the thing that his proposition is about, the day by day work of an office. Obviously, its title doesn't mislead us, it is clear and crystalline. Look no further, what will be.
The issue is that silly, comic, and insane circumstances could be produced in that office, however, no, the stiflers it presents just lead us to consider the minutes of film that we despite the fact that everything need to persevere. The comic circumstances that are introduced to us don't work, coming about immature, also observed and without a bit of elegance.
Final Word - As a finish of this review of Mutiny of the Worker Bee, note this is one more film that just tries to expand the cumbersome Netflix list. A satire without effortlessness and, what is far more atrocious, without plot. An all out garbage that lone serves to leave the foundation while you rest.