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Yes, that pretty much sums it up. I really thought 'Sieben Zwerge' was an all time low, that could not be surpassed by anything. Alas, i was wrong. Before I watched this a friend of mine joked that they are going to use the jokes which were too bad for 'Sieben Zwerge' in this movie and THEY ACTUALLY DID. The humor was limited to farting, kissing the butt of an annoying, talking baby pig and punching people in the face (there was more, but that's the level we are talking about). If whoever is responsible for writing this crap reads this review: A JOKE Doesn't BECOME BETTER IF YOU REPEAT IT OVER AND OVER AGAIN. This time I'm pretty much certain that it's impossible to make a movie with worse jokes. After it was over i felt physically sick.
What else is there to say? If you liked 'Sieben Zwerge' and 'Traumschiff Surprise', then, by all means, go and watch this movie, or, even better, help to clean up the gene pool and shoot yourself. Now I'm going to check if I can somehow sue Sven Unterwaldt for crimes against humanity in The Hague.
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