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All-star cast, the same familiar names and came out of that movie the class F. Chaotic topics, scenes from The Matrix, gags, participation of famous celebrities - nothing can save this film. Perhaps the authors intended was drawing on Pulp Fiction, but apart from a few really funny moments, the whole is not worth taking the time. Perhaps there are people who can understand what the author had in mind, but for normal people in my opinion, the whole is a total misunderstanding. I watched the whole movie, which was quite a challenge and at the end I had only one question - but what's going on. Not everyone can be Clint Eastwood, Mr. Cezary, you better stick to acting. I strongly advise against.
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