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I may be Bulgarian, but I will not close my eyes for the total lack of creativity displayed with this movie. All of Bulgaria was flooded with ads for this movie. And to be honest, while watching the ads I thought "well, this movie might be worth watching"... well, I was wrong.
First the whole concept of the movie is stupid. The actors... They did their best, but it was not enough to compensate for the poor script. They might of tried to make up some better looking tracking devices instead of using 1,5V batteries. The only funny moment of the movie (the grand fiasco) was totally predictable.
I hate to say it, but Bulgarian movie producers have the talent to make some of the worst movies ever (that is all after 1990, there are some great Bulgarian movies before that). Only Germans are able to compete with the lack of creativity and stupidity of Bulgarian movie makers.
For a long time I thought that no one can make a worse movie than a German, but if we keep up the pace, soon Germany will be second and Bulgaria will be the top producer of worthless movies.
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