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First of all: I didn't like the animation. These days, all the animated movies are filled with computer graphics. While this can be perfectly implemented in the movie and look great, this doesn't apply to Werner 4. All the rendered stuff (i.e. the "modified" car) is in sheer contrast to the rest of the animations and backgrounds. This takes away some joy of the animation for me.
The movie starts with the second half of a soccer match which was the biggest laugh in the first movie. While I can still rotfl watching the "first half" in the 20th rerun on tv, I didn't really here: It's just a carbon copy from the first movie.
After the soccer sequence I was a little bit disappointed, and for some more minutes nothing made me really lol.
However, just when I thought I had wasted my money, there was one killer joke after the other. Okay, they were really low, but some times I had really problems to breathe between laughing.
My rating 7/10 (movie starts kinda slow but then gets hilarious)
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