Mortadelo and Filemón against Jimmy el Cachondo
Jimmy el Cachondo and his henchmen have easily removed an ultra-secret document from the T.I.A. (acronym for "Técnicos de Investigación Aeroterráquea” that means something like “Airborne Research Technicians"). As agents of T.I.A. they have been ridiculous in front of the other spy agencies, the chief will have no choice but to entrust the recovery of the stolen document to Mortadelo and Filemón.
Javier Fesser is a multi-award-winning filmmaker. In 1998 he premiered his first feature in Live Action El milagro del P. Tinto (The Miracle of P. Tinto), with great success at the box office. In 2003 he premiered The great adventure of Mortadelo and Filemón, a Live Action adaptation of the Francisco Ibáñez comic, which became one of the highest grossing in the history of Spanish cinema. In 2014 he premiered Mortadelo and Filemón against Jimmy el Cachondo, his second film into the franchise (and third film in the saga), this time a 3D animated film adaptatio winner of two Goya (best animated film and best adapted screenplay), among many other awards.