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Polish cinema delivered some really good comedies. This is NOT one of them. "Weekend" directed by talented Polish comedy actor Cezary Pazura is poor man's Guy Ritchie movie. The terrible script by Lesław Kazimierczak thinks it's funny or smart , while it's as a funny as cutting your leg. To be honest I would rather cut my both legs than to watch this s*** again.
The story kinda reminds of "Pulp fiction". Two main heroes are professional killers who... I have to admit I don't know what was the point of the plot. Their killing people and searching for money , but why and for whom ? God only knows.
The so called humor is authentically RETARDED. Not only you can see a punchline of each joke from miles away , but the punchline itself doesn't deserves to be called a punchline , only a punch into viewer's good taste.
Avoid ! This movie is like diarrhea. I give 1/10.
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