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I lost 2 hours of my life watching this film and want to get them back.
Every time another "Les Boys" film is released the producers somehow find someone in the media to say it's the best one yet; and they manage to plug their film based on that. The first 2 films were hilarious, the characters were really something, the French expressions were great, and often managed to make their way into the language and culture of Montrealers. The third film had its moments but sometimes looked like very poor adaptations of some Benny Hill vignettes.
But this 4th film does not even sit in the same category as the first 3 films. It is terrible!! The movie series has lost everything it once had. The loss of Patrick Huard is poorly covered up as they pretend his character has a full face cast in what are a couple of very awkward scenes. Boisvert on the other hand just disappeared from the mix without any explanation. Marc Messier is only present in a couple cameos, as Léopold becomes your new leading man.
Then there is the very poor writing which once again they try to cover up with very cheap physical comedy and cameos by NHL legends who barely even utter a single sentence between them all. This film does not follow in the footsteps of the other films, it's not about hockey, it's not funny, and it just plain sucks.
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