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Franz Peter Wirth
This movie is not like other comedies, it's extremely violent, offensive and weird at times, the result is an odd comedy that has its few moments.
The movie starts of quite well and has a good concept but later on the movie suddenly takes a turn and becomes even more odder and unlikely than the first halve, with the weird and sudden musical number that doesn't fit into the movie at all as the ultra lowest point of the movie. I lost all my respect and interest after that moment.
But sure the movie has its moments. There are some comical and funny moments and Rijk de Gooyer plays an enjoyable character but all of that is simply not enough to save this movie.
Not worth seeing.
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