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There is no acting, just plenty of familiar faces and all they do is clownishness. Clownishness can be funny but not in this movie.
There is nothing funny. Maybe if you watch trailer - it might provoke some smiles and hopes for a comedy worth watching. But viewing the movie is pointless waste of time. Jokes are stupid. Acting is irritating. The only reaction I got is a sad face palm. I would better watch practically any old comedy because there in previous years there wasn't anything made as bad as this movie.
At least I would expect some moral aspects in the end of any movie but even at this point I couldn't find anything enlightening.
I would recommend this to watch only to my enemies.
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