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Beate Charlotte Lunde
I have watched this movie, and I have actually watched it more than once. The first time I saw the whole movie, but since I have watched parts of the movie two or three times.
I agree with the people who say this movie is a piece of crap, but I wouldn't call it the worst movie ever. I laughed several times, but it wasn't because of the jokes in the movie. I was laughing because someone could make such a stupid movie, and because of the extremely bad acting and poor jokes.
"Stjerner uden Hjerner" deserves 3/10 because you can laugh a few times during the movie. I have watched a movie where you couldn't even laugh once, so if you are looking for the worst movie ever, then you should watch "The Creature Wasn't Nice" with Leslie Nielsen.
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