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Just saw this movie. Had no expectations, or better to say, I was expecting this one to be the most boring and stupid movie they have ever made. One night we were boring at home and decided to go to the cinema and watch this movie, just for fun. For our great surprise, this movie is hilarious! Very funny, very nice, and the story is just like it could happen to anyone. Recommendations! The actors are acting, the funny parts are funny, the story is normal, nothing unusual, or anything that you could stop by and say "hey, that ain't real, fool?!". Everything is just as normal as your everyday life. The funny parts are not those of which you go like boom and laughing your heads off your necks, it's just normally funny, I mean it will make you laugh but also think of the situation, think of the characters' "act" and background of their behavior. I was really impressed to see this movie, and I'm really happy that even today, Czech movies can do better than some of the so called "bestsellers" out there.
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