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It's a bit out there and you can see where this is going (comically villain/BF, crazy best friend and all that included). But it's still a fun ride and it is fun watching it, if you allow it to. It's not very deep, though it does have its moments and the friendship between the two male leads feels real.
For a German comedy this is pretty well thought off and better than some other "star" vehicles (although there is a cameo of another big celebrity/actor in here too). The dialog scenes are OK, the ending might be a bit too much for some, but it still works just off the charm of the actors involved.
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