“Los Rodríguez y el Más Allá” is a movie about the Rodríguez family. They seem just like any other family or, at least, they thought they were. Everything changes for them when they discover that their late grandfather was, in fact, from another planet.
The craziest adventure begins when, Nicolás, one of the children, inlocks a cosmic portal in their family house’s basement that can take them to “a world beyond”. From then on, chaos takes over this family’s daily life as they all receive supoerpowers that they must learn to control.
“Los Rodríguez y el Más Allá” is a family comedy full of adventures that combines the everyday nature of the typical Spanish family and its sense of humores with an extraordinary and increadible world.
This movie is Paco Arango’s third movie. In 2005 Arango founded Fundación Aladina, a foundation that provides comprehensive support to children, adolescents and families who have been affected by child cancer.
Like with all previous Paco Arango productions, a significant portion of the money raised by “Los Rodríguez y el Más Allá” in Spain will be donated to Fundación Aladina, whose projects help more than 1,500 children every year in the 12 hospitals that the foundation works with.
At the Parques Reunidos Foundation, we also wanted to help in this new project, and we have done so through a very special collaboration including eight of our parks located throughout Spain.
Any ticket for “Los Rodríguez y el Más Allá” from a cinema listed in the document that can be accessed below will receive a 50% discount on a ticket to any of the following parks owned by the Parques Reunidos Group: Parques de Atracciones de Madrid, Parque Warner Madrid, Zoo Aquarium de Madrid, Faunia, Atlantis Aquarium Madrid, Teleférico de Benalmádena, Selwo Aventura (Estepona) y Selwo Marina (Benalmádena).
To take advantage of this promotion it will only be necessary to present the cinema ticket at the park’s box office. This collaboration strengthens the relationship between the Parques Reunidos Foundation and Fundación Aladina, which has already featured activities such as ticket donations to our parks, merchandising items donations, and special visits for members of Fundación Aladina and their families.
Aladina works with 16 Spanish hospitals and more than 1,500 children, adolescents and families benefit from its programs every year. Aladina’s objective is to encourage these young fighters to never their smile nor their strength to keep fighting. Among Aladina’s many programs a few stand out: emotional support, play therapy, psychological support, physical exercise programs, palliative care, summer international camps, the special assistance grants program, and supporting research, among others.
In addition, Aladina undertakes significant facility improvement works at the hospitals with which it collaborates:
The are the conditions to obtain the promotion: