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L'extraterrestre (2000)

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Zerph
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Yeb
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Agathe
Danièle Lebrun ...
Edith
Antoine du Merle ...
Clément
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Xab
Olivier Marchal ...
Jean-Claude
Jérôme Chappatte ...
Jacques
Marina Moncade ...
Anne-France
Pierre Attoh ...
Balthazar
Frédéric Pellegeay ...
Philippe
Kait Tenison ...
Florinda
Gérard Chaillou ...
Le député
Marie-Christine Demarest ...
La femme du député
Stuart Seide ...
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Anything to save?
27 December 2000 | by See all my reviews

NO. There is nothing to save in this everything but funny comedy. And that's a shame considering its casting includes one of the once funniest comedians in France, Les Inconnus. Here, one of them (Didier Bourdon) directs, and that might have been the biggest mistake as he obviously can not act and direct at the same. Then when you realize he is also unable to direct an actor or have any idea of where to put a camera, you end up having one of the most untalented film ever made. Talking about the script, everything is one dimensional, from story to characters, not to mention the awful special effects that ruin the already miserable ending. If there was one thing to save in the chaos, that would be the very few bits where Campan manages to make you smile. But Bourdon's will to alternate comedy and drama with his character just make you forget that as he just is unbearable.


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