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one of the worst French film i have ever seen! shame for an actor like Clovis Cornillac who was really good in Le Serpent. The scenario is really silly just like the actors who are playing dumbs but even if you don't take it seriously the stupidity of the characters is just way too much. Carole Bouquet also has one of the worst role of her career. Comedy does not need to be that stupid to be funny. Plus, i don't understand what's the fuss about Kad Merad who used to be pretty funny in movies before Bienvenue chez les Tchis, now he is just stupider and getting a worst career than Adam Sandler for example who doesn't do great comedies most of the time. To be missed for sure.....
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