Based on Tommy Jaud's bestselling novel, this comedy focuses on a dispassionate clerk and his set-backs in life. 29-year-old Simon works in a phone shop, but his thoughts just circle around... See full summary »
Ellenie Salvo González
Two friends who are doing civil service flee to the Austrian Alps to escape being forced into the army. While there, one of them rediscovers his past and they realise that it's going to be more fun than they thought.
Basti, doesn't want to go to the Bundeswehr and writes a denial. But as his mate who fancies Basti's girlfriend "forgets" to send the denial Basti is taken in by the Bundeswehr- What seemed to be a nightmare soon becomes a funny adventure.
In order to catch a basketball from the favorite team of his girlfriend's spoiled son, Fred poses as a numb, wheelchair-bound fan. But when he catches the ball, he also catches the ... See full summary »
Alexandra Maria Lara,
Christoph Maria Herbst
Silly Sally Solly Lolly Molly Knolly Olli Scholli Dolly Holly
So I do like the part 2 of "7 dwarfs/Zwerge" better than part 1 cos it is more "silly" and without any sense.
We also do need these kind of movies. Why not!? It's hot.
Nina Hagen as the bad witch seems like she took some acting-lessons from "Katharina Thalbach" ("Die Blechtrommel"). I studied Theatres, Movies, Cinemas, Plays, Discotheques and Partys for ages in Berlin, so I know what I'm talking about.
Cosma Shiva Hagen plays like an Brainless Barbie. I seen this acting in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, when I was on the set of the "Momo"-Theatre. There was an brainless Barbie, too.
I think, i will watch every part of this Nonsense but mainly because of Nina Hagen it's always funny how she acts or what clothes she wears what face she painted.
Check it out, if your bored, it's Entertaining.
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