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Ugo Fabrizio Giordani
It is always nice to have another movie making fun of the "Twilight" saga, although they tend to not be overly great. And "Breaking Wind" is not different from the others.
Sure there is a good amount of moments in the movie that will raise some laughs, however, the movie doesn't really leave a lasting impression in any way. I haven't seen any "Twilight" movies after I was suckered into watching the very first one, so I have no idea how much similarity there was between "Breaking Wind" and the rest of the "Twilight" saga. But still, it managed to make me laugh here and there, and that was what mattered.
The type of comedy in "Breaking Wind" is sort of an acquired taste, I think, because there is a lot of farting and such type of comedy. I enjoy that, but it is not likely to be in the likes of just anyone.
The acting in the movie was alright, though nothing out of the ordinary or nothing spectacular. If I have to chisel out a single performance that overshadowed all others, it would have to be Frank Pacheco (playing Jacob), as he was the most funny and did most of the weight-pulling in the movie.
For a spoof, then "Breaking Wind" is in the lower end of the scale, and there are far better spoof movies out there, if you like this particular genre of movies.
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