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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful:
Cute movie. Fun and easy to watch, 14 March 2009
Author: puravida1180 from Hollywood
Not all movies have to follow the path of the great cinematic works or strive to be anything more than what they are. This is a good example of such a movie...it was easy to watch, fun, and light-hearted and didn't strive to be anything more. I thought all the actors did a good job playing their roles and I thought that the role of Lisa (played by Nadja Bobyleva) was exactly as we were supposed to see her in this film... cute, quirky, and fun, but not without a true human side. Heinz and Tommy, played by Schreiber and Dentler, were also very likable...they reminded me of Tenoch and Julio (played by Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal) of Y Tu Mama Tambien, a nice portrayal of male friendships. Overall I liked the film and would recommend it.
3 out of 7 people found the following review useful:
What you shoot is what you get, 7 November 2007
Author: richard_sleboe from Germany
When I went to this one on a recent rainy November night, there were four other people in a cinema that seats about 200. This was the movie's first week, and I guess it will also be its last. As original as a Japanese mid-size sedan and a well-made as an American truck, WWGW feels about twice as long as its TV-friendly 88 minutes. Axel Schreiber and Isaak Dentler are likable enough as a couple of floppy schmoes dreaming of making movies, but over-eager wide-eyed small-screen regular Nadja Bobyleva in the part of their shared love interest bugs me so much that I find it hard to believe anyone would put up with her. On the bright side, Mike Marzuk has thrown in two running gags that made me sit it out rather than walk out mid-movie: There is an on-screen bard reminiscent of Jonathan Richman in "There's Something About Mary", and there is Hedwig Podzich in the silent part of Heinz Gerner's nameless live-in wheelchair-bound grandma, reprising her role from Clemens Pichler's 2003 short "Shit Happens". She commands the scene whenever she appears.
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