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More lamebrain jokes and sledgehammer slapstick in the worst tradition of German comedy, along with rampantly bad acting, terrible dialogue and a pseudo storyline on which to hang one weak gag after another.
Of course, the three comedians-screenwriters love what they're mocking and about every tenth joke is admittedly mildly funny in a guilty-pleasure way, but, all in all, it's strictly puerile and embarrassing nonsense without any sense of character and situational comedy.
Watch one of the sixties Edgar Wallace flicks instead. They're much funnier... unintentionally so.
3 out of 10 stair lift chases
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