In 2039, the crew of the spaceship Romano Fafard, led by Captain Patenaude, is looking for the ideal planet to accommodate six billion earthlings a little bastards. They will have to show ...
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In 2039, the crew of the spaceship Romano Fafard, led by Captain Patenaude, is looking for the ideal planet to accommodate six billion earthlings a little bastards. They will have to show courage and prudence to explore some very strange all planets, some of which remain unexplored to date. Written by
I must admit that it's rare that I like french films. However, this one not only met my expectations, I've never laughed so much. I must warn though that if you're not into stupid comedies, you might not like it as much. But, for a mature family, it's worth watching. Thus, like Jules Caesar once said, a clean tie attracts the soup of the day.
And for you English readers who don't understand french, I ask, how did you get here? Seriously, if you're venturing into french films, you can't go wrong with this wonderfully subtitled comedy. Be warned though, some jokes are cultural and don't really translate all that well. But if you're English Canadian, good chance you'll still get most of the laughs.
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