A very poor attempt at creating funny and light comedy. Unfortunately, in Poland we don't have tradition of making light, funny and delightful "date movies", and we're stuck with cheap imitations of foreign products. ONE MORE TIME is even worse than several previous so-called "romantic comedies" (namely WHY NOT, NEVER EVER!, I'LL SHOW YOU!). It tries to combine two entirely different subplots and fails miserably. The "mother plot" (starring two very good polish actors, Danuta Stenka and Jan Frycz, totally wasted in this mess) is a bland romance, devoid of any energy. Nevertheless it is much more better than the "daughter plot", unsuccessfully portraying life of the polish teenagers by using the methods of unsubtle teen-comedy. Pawel (Przemyslaw Cyprianski) is definitely the most annoying "hero" in the history of romantic comedy. To my horror, this poseur, new-rich and an obvious male chauvinist is set as an example to follow! Well, never ever!!!
All of the characters are one-dimensional and unattractive. Needless to say, there is no such thing as "screen alchemy" between them. And there is not a single funny line in the entire movie. Hopefully, this abomination of a film will never be distributed outside of Poland - there's nothing to be proud of - and quickly fall into oblivion.
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