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Contrary to the other "Boys" films, in this one there is not as much hockey as in the other three films. It stresses more on the individuality of the characters, even if there is some hockey. I especially liked the part where they go away to think only about the games coming up. During that time the dialog is succulent and the jokes are plenty. I am not a fan of slapstick comedy even if there is some in this film, however my wife and I found ourselves crying of laughter. As in all the other "Boys" movies, the actors leave nothing to be desired, Pierre Lebeau is excellent as usual and this guy can play almost any character either tragedy or comedy. All in all a much better film that "Boys II and Boys III even though I enjoyed the latter.
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