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Ernst, Bobbie en de geslepen Onix (2007)

Ernst and Bobbie try to save the forest from a man who wants to lay asphalt all over the Netherlands and Belgium, but they have to complete his three challenges first.

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Gert-Jan van den Ende ... Bobbie
Erik van Trommel ... Ernst
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Carlo Boszhard ... Himself
Nadja Hüpscher ... Suzy
Hidde Maas ... Wolter Onix
Mike Meijer ... Biker
Irene Moors ... Herself
Cees van Oyen ... Bejaarde man
... Zuster
Terence Schreurs ... Saar
Loretta Schrijver ... Herself
Ella Snoep ... Bejaarde vrouw
Ad van Kempen ... Miljonair
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Ernst and Bobbie try to save the forest from a man who wants to lay asphalt all over the Netherlands and Belgium, but they have to complete his three challenges first.

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Comedy | Family

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14 February 2007 (Netherlands)  »

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€93,629 (Netherlands), 18 February 2007, Limited Release
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Remake of Ernst, Bobbie en de rest (1998) See more »

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Bad TV-series to film conversion
22 February 2007 | by See all my reviews

Or, Ernst, Bobbie and the wicked Onix as the international title might go. Onix is a bad guy. He wants to chop down a forest and build a tarmac factory on the spot. His further plans include putting the whole of The Netherlands and Belgium under a layer of tarmac. Needless to say, Ernst and Bobbie don't agree. So the adventure is on.

Played with the characters that normally play the TV-series this film is fun for the children that like the series, and pretty watchable for their parents/guardians. Personally I found it a rather bad film - not very stable and with a lot of plot holes, but it's a children's film, so what do you want? It was also rather short - can't have been more than 80 minutes.

All in all I think these guys should stick to TV-series and theater shows and not hit the cinema. It just doesn't work for them. Too many holes, too many things lacking to make it good cinema material, even for a children's film.

4 out of 10 TV-series turned into bad films.


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