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Another excellent German movie that I found while flipping to a channel that shows foreign movies when I was bored-- and I'm glad I found it! It has to be one of my favourite comedies of all time! Even though I had to go with the subtitles, there was no way that you couldn't understand the jokes in it. I was laughing so loudly in my room I'm surprised no one thought I'd gone crazy! Inken, Lucy and Lena are great characters, and not having seen the first movie before this one, I didn't have any bias against the new character.
The male characters also show WHY girls are on top-- hahaha. But they provide some serious 'eye-candy' and some heated moments :D At this point, I've got to say that Inken steals the show with her scenes! I don't know if the storyline was just written funnier for her-- but most of the scenes that would have me just bursting out laughing usually had her in it.
Also, their use of the movie Sissi, another of my favourite movies had me laughing so hard, that I just had an urge to try that game :D Lastly, it's not a sweet, always happy movie-- it's real (except of course, up-sized to movie size) and the struggles they go through are real.
Fast paced and with colourful characters-- I'd love to watch this movie over and over again :D
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