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Marcus H. Rosenmüller
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Florian David Fitz,
This is part of a film series, but unfortunately for me, the only one I watched of them all. And it's not the first part, so I guess if you have seen the other movies (especially the one leading into this), you might want to add a point or two to my vote. The acting to come to back to this, is pretty decent.
Obviously everyone involved had a lot of fun making this, because it does show, when you watch it. Even if you detect flaws, you might be easier on them because of the comedic nature and the goodwill you can feel throughout. If you are into light comedy with a touch of drama thrown into for good measure, you'll like this
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