Dieter, Stevie, Klaus-Maria, Chris and Peter vow to meet every year for father's day. Soon though, they break their tradition. When Dieter suddenly dies ten years later, the friends go for a ride on a beer bike, to fulfill his last wish.
The ambitious punk rocker Max (Tim Oliver Schultz) and the eco-activist Inge (Paula Kalenberg) cannot stand each other, ever since Max publicly exposed her by singing the offensive song "... See full summary »
Tim Oliver Schultz,
Constantin von Jascheroff
Julian, the German, Yassin, the Turk, and Addi, the African, have the same mother but different fathers. When they learn about each others existence they go on a road trip together in search for their common roots.
There seems to be a new generation of comedies that seem to be very popular in Germany and everyone wants to get in on to the act. One particular actor seems to be all over the place (starring in "Fack ju Goethe" and "Doktorspiele" amongst other projects) and he's not the only link between those movies.
The humor seems to be more or less the same. So it's kind of like, if you like this, you'll like that other one too. You could say that it's a bit lazy and easy to jump on that bandwagon and ride that success as long as possible (still running by the way), but you can also either enjoy the ridiculous stuff they're doing or just watch other stuff. Having a class go off with 3 male friends having a night out, having a fourth person ... wait a minute! Did they mix teenage comedy with a Hangover theme/flavor? Nicely played sirs! Nicely played indeed ...
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