BMFcast374 – Un Gallo con Muchos Huevos – KUFC


Un Gallo con Muchos Huevos (2015) aka Huevos: Little Rooster’s Egg-cellent Adventure marks the return of AniMAY! A young rooster named Toto must fight to save his owner’s farm. Literally. As in cock-fighting. At least it’s more like boxing, with all the requisite montages and fights one would expect. Is this Spanish-language 3D animated adventure our new AniMAY champ?

In the second half, Chuck discusses the Hunger Games series (2012-2015), Maki talks Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) and Office Space (1999), and BJ visits the non-Taco-Bell version of Demolition Man (1993) and the lunacy of Tank Girl (1995). Enjoy!



  1. Straight Out of Tijuana says:

    ‘Huevos’ is a series of animations that started almost a decade ago as ‘Huevocartoons’ online flash animations. I suspect the egg subject is really because eggs were simple to draw and animate.
    Humor was adult in nature, for example the ‘happy ending’ gag was repeated from one of the original shorts. ‘Huevos’ is slang for testicles. ‘Hueva’ (to have big balls) is laziness, but also it’d be a ‘female egg,’ which they use here.

    An early, crude one here, where the eggs get drunker and drunker each take:

    The cartoons went viral, more polished ones were produced, and eventually they made feature films.
    The features were supposedly family oriented, but every once in a while still revealed their adult origins.

    A description of the base characters from their first feature:

    The song is about not caring what others think and not giving up, in very general terms. It shouldn’t really qualify for a Stargrove.

    The ‘rats’ are really possums. In Mexico the animal is known as tlacuache. One of them is Tlacua, the other Cuache.

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