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Les deux pieds dans la même bottine (1974)

Have you ever had "one of those days" when nothing seems to go right? Well, imagine how Claude feels-his entire life has been one screwy day after another. Some people attract attention, ... See full summary »

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Claude Michaud ...
Claude Latour
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Martine
Guy Provost
Gérard Vermette
Marcel Giguère
Roger Michael
Céline Bernier
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Have you ever had "one of those days" when nothing seems to go right? Well, imagine how Claude feels-his entire life has been one screwy day after another. Some people attract attention, others attract the opposite sex, all poor Claude can attract is chaos-and plenty of it! Discouraged by his ill luck, Claude is on his way to see his girlfriend when he suddenly finds himself in the middle of a bank robbery. In the wink of an eye Claude becomes public enemy number one with both cops AND robbers hot on his trail! A series of wild and slapstick misadventures follow from the Chinese laundry, into a madcap masquerade, through the middle of town to the hilarious finale in the local cemetery. And for the first time in his life, Claude, the world's most lovable bungler, finds that sometimes things CAN turn out for the best! Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

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Some people attract attention, others attract the opposite sex. All poor Clause can attract is CHAOS!

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11 October 1974 (Canada)  »

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The Klutz  »

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Totally out of Control!!
8 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"The Klutz" has got to be one of the worst movies ever made, which is why it's so much fun to watch. I remember being at the grocery store on a Friday night, when my dad decided to rent this movie. The beginning is awful and very hard to understand, but comical in a strange sense. During several scenes, we found it difficult to understand what was actually happening. One scene in particular, the house party, was so bad, and so poorly filmed, that we broke out into a fit of laughter and almost collapsed from exhaustion. The acting is appalling. The synopsis of the movie talks about a bank robbery. I don't ever remember making it that far in the movie; we couldn't laugh that long without causing some major health problems. The film is dubbed, poorly, in French, and is a genuine riot to watch. I would give this movie a two thumbs up, only because it is a sheer feat of comedy. Unfortunately, I don't think this was the intention of the creator. I would recommend seeing it once in a lifetime for the value of a poorly made movie.


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