A vacationing family plays out a gallery of personal pseudo-dramas at a lush Yucatan resort in “All Inclusive,” Chilean helmer Rodrigo Ortuzar’s marginally more serious follow-up to his hit sex comedy, “Unfaithful Women.” A TV-level seriocomedy shot in luscious widescreen by lenser Juan Carlos Bustamante, the script by Julio Rojas (slumming after “In Bed”) and Paula Del Fierro drives a silly and obvious parallel between an oncoming hurricane and the clan’s tempestuous and steamy goings-on. With a cast full of stars and hot newbies, pic should do wide-ranging biz in most Spanish-language markets.
Businessman Gonzalo (Jesus Ochoa) has brought his family to a sprawling, all-inclusive resort featuring fake Maya ritual performances for the turistas. Chilean-born wife Carmen (Valentina Vargas) is, as this role typically demands, bored, while younger daughter Camila (ultra-hot Martha Higareda) is rebellious, older daughter Maca (Ana Serradilla) is just-divorced and confused, and teen son Andres (Jesus Zavala) is a Web- and sex-obsessed shutterbug. All are lured by sexual temptations at the hotel, with temperatures rising all around.