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The 11 Commandments (2004)

Les 11 commandements (original title)
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Michaël, Vincent, Benjamin and their friends meet the God of Jokes who explains to them that the inhabitants laugh less and less. He then entrusts them the mission to perform 11 commands.

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Vincent Desagnat (as Les Conards), Dominique Gauriaud | 4 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Michaël Youn ... Mike
Vincent Desagnat ... Vincent
Benjamin Morgaine Benjamin Morgaine ... Ben
William Geslin William Geslin ... Willy
Tefa Tefa ... Tefa (as Tefa Bonnefoi)
Dieudonné ... Le dieu de la blague
Gad Elmaleh ... Gad
Jurij Prette Jurij Prette ... Yuri
Jean-Christophe Campan Jean-Christophe Campan ... L'arbitre
Patrick Timsit Patrick Timsit ... Toto / Fifou
Djibril Cissé ... Self
Juliette Arnaud Juliette Arnaud ... Juliette
Amélie Mauresmo Amélie Mauresmo ... Self
Francia Seguy Francia Seguy ... Le chauffeur du dieu de la blague
Virginie Toc Virginie Toc ... La prof de danse (as Virginie Tocque)
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Storyline

Michaël, Vincent, Benjamin and their friends meet the God of Jokes who explains to them that the inhabitants laugh less and less. He then entrusts them the mission to perform 11 commands.

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Comedy

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Crazy Credits

During the closing credits outtakes from a prank war between Michaël Youn and William Geslin are shown See more »

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References Ghostbusters (1984) See more »

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Sexy boy
Produced by William Geslin and Dominique Gauriaud
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Funny if you like this genre of comedy
21 April 2008 | by bmbznSee all my reviews

First of all what everyone must understand is that basically it can't be as well appreciated by someone who does not understand french. The hardest thing to translate is humour. I learned this the hard way... what's funny in french often doesn't even translate into English and vice versa.

I enjoyed this film. Not all the sketches were exceptional but some moments had me in hysterics. I did see Jackass and I didn't like it as much. If you have seen other things with Michael Youn and his two buddies you will understand why they're so popular in France, they are actually quite hilarious. Although I think I can live on without seeing Michael Youn yelling MORNING LIVE naked through the streets of Paris for the 100th time. (FYI NO THAT WAS NOT A SPOILER FROM THE MOVIE ITS FROM HIS SHOW MORNING LIVE which is no longer airing)

Obviously if you do not like this genre of film, don't watch it, plain and simple. You will not like it... I REPEAT you will not like it.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

4 February 2004 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

11 baušļu See more »

Filming Locations:

Paris, France

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$20,537,839
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Dolby

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