Mortadelo and Filemon: Mission Implausible
Mortadelo and Filemon: Mission Implausible (Spanish: Mortadelo y Filemón contra Jimmy el Cachondo, "Mortadelo and Filemon versus Jimmy the Joker") is a 2014 Spanish animated comedy film based on the characters from the Mort & Phil comic book series. It achieved six nominations for the 29th Goya Awards, winning in the Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Animated Film categories, and two for the second edition of Premios Feroz.It was featured and became the first animated Spanish film and the first comic's adaptation to be shown at the Pyongyang International Film Festival in 2016.
|Mortadelo and Filemon: Mission Implausible|
Theatrical release poster
|Mortadelo y Filemón contra Jimmy el Cachondo|
|Directed by||Javier Fesser|
|Produced by||Antonio Asensio|
|Written by||Javier Fesser|
|Based on||Francisco Ibáñez's characters|
|Music by||Rafael Arnau|
|Edited by||Javier Fesser|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.|
Warner Home Video
|Box office||€4.9 million ($5.5 million)|
Jimmy el Cachondo and his henchmen have stolen a top secret document from the TIA headquarters that can ridicule them in front of all other spy agencies. The Superintendent will have no choice than to command the mission of retrieving it to Mortadelo and Filemón. To make matters worse, dangerous criminal Tronchamulas has escaped jail and plans to exact revenge on Filemón for arresting him in the past. Eventually they will be forced to team up to find Jimmy's hideout. Meanwhile, Professor Bacterio tries to help the pair of agents with his latest invention: the "reversicine", a beverage that turns people into the exact opposite of what they are or think.
The portrayal of the characters is rather faithful to the comics except for Mortadelo and Filemon: Mortadelo has far more common sense and Filemon is actually quite dumb while in the comics, it was the opposite
The T.I.A StaffEdit
Mortadelo: The Subordinate of Filemon and Super. Despite being a bit clumsy, he's rather cunning, resourceful and has invented several gadgets on his own to protect his apartment. He has incredible skill in disguising himself as virtually anything ranging from animals to professionals outfits, machinery etc...Like everyone else, he cares very little about his boss and has often prove that he might be actually more competent than Filemon.
Filemón: The Boss of Mortadelo. Initially presentend as the "Straight-Man" to Mortadelo's "Ditz" in the comics, his portrayal into the movies is different: extremely stupid, arrogant, cowardly, bossy and incompetent, he's also incredibly accident-prone, capable of being injured in comical and painful ways.
He spent most of his time dreaming that he's a great hero but is despised by everyone and tries to avoid vengeful foes who he has arrested in the past.
Voice cast in SpanishEdit
|Ramón Langa||Filemón (in a dream)|
|Mariano Venancio||The Superintendent|
|Enrique Villén||Professor Bacterio|
|Ángel Chame||Jimmy el Cachondo|
|Víctor Monigote||Tronchamulas (reverted)|
|Karlos Arguiñano||Himself (on TV)|
Awards and nominationsEdit
|29th Goya Awards||Best Adapted Screenplay||Javier Fesser, Claro García and Cristóbal Ruiz||Won|
|Best Animated Film||Won|
|Best Art Direction||Víctor Monigote||Nominated|
|Best Production Supervision||Luis Fernández Lago and Julián Larrauri||Nominated|
|Best Sound||Nicolás de Poulpiquet and Javier Muñoz||Nominated|
|Best Original Song||"Morta y File" by Rafael Arnau||Nominated|
|II Premios Feroz||Best Comedy||Nominated|
|Best Original Soundtrack||Rafael Arnau||Nominated|
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