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PulidoSkaCoreMX

Saludos compás, la película me gustó pero la sentí como(si la sentí :v) como barman vs supaman, en cuestión que hay muchas scenas muy largas y al final se apresuran las cosas pero no tan marcado. Saludos :v

Alan Gzz

a mi me gustó la peli, lo que no me gustó es que ustedes hablaron todos al mismo tiempo y no se entiende xD

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