Paul is done with love - until he meets Lena. Now he has to convince her family on Mallorca of himself being the right one for their daughter. Lena's mother though would prefer Patrick by ...
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Paul is done with love - until he meets Lena. Now he has to convince her family on Mallorca of himself being the right one for their daughter. Lena's mother though would prefer Patrick by her side, a hedgefonds manager and Lena's ex boyfriend. Paul is challenged by Patrick to a duel among men and is glad that his three best friends are there to support him...
If you have seen "Mann tut was Mann kann", which is the movie this (and the character therein are) based on, then do not watch this. If you haven't watch the first "instalment" and stick with that memory of a really good movie/comedy. The first one felt fresh and had more jokes that actually worked. Not to mention an ensemble cast that actually felt like it was a group effort.
This seems like a single effort, with added people (convienently so, if you don't mind the coincidences). It's so full of clichés that it does actually hurt watching at times. There are a couple of good jokes thrown in, but they are too few to actually make this work. The actors (and the crew I reckon) must have a good time though. They had a great shooting location. So at least someone got something out of this (unfortunately) unnecessary sequel
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