In the small village where Amadeo lives there is no one good enough to challenge his skills at Table Football. But, while Amadeo may be a genius as a table football player in real life he's a loser. He's in love with Lara, his childhood friend, but he's so shy that he can't bring himself to confess his love for her. So he just hangs out in his quaint, timeless village. When Amadeo beats the village bully Flash at Table Football. The scene is set for an epic rivalry. Consumed with anger Flash vows to get even and 10 years later he returns as an International Superstar, a Football Icon and Galatico determined to wreak his revenge. He demolishes the village to build a Football Academy. He destroys the table football table and takes away Amadeo's girl friend the lovely Lara in his chopper. Amadeo is distraught and when one of his tears falls on Skip the captain of the Table Football Players he comes to life and together with other key football players, Rico and Loco, they persuade Amadeo ...
When the toys come to life, the fun begins!
Did You Know?
The major ('intendente') leaving the City Hall by helicopter is a reference to former Argentinean president De La Rua, who abandoned the government leaving the Casa Rosada in the same kind of vehicle on December 20, 2001. See more
Amadeo, Laura and Grosso apparently are the only characters shown to have aged. Other characters like the old men in the bar or the teenager emo stay the same even after a lot of years have passed. See more
Your cosmic mumbo-jumbo's finally making sense to me, Ziggy.
Aw thanks Skip, you really mean it?
Also released in 3D theatrically in some countries. See more
References Avellaneda's Moon
Cecilia And The Satellite
Written by James Flannigan
, Anders Grahn
, and Andrew McMahon
Performed by Andrew McMahon
(as Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness) See more
18 July 2013 (Argentina)
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Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $32,768,940
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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