I was very disappointed to see that this movie wasn't funny at all. I was disappointed to see that it took a lot of time before the movie started to get interesting and before the main story finally got in after many minutes of random and boring surveillance and everyday life scenes.
And then finally, after I had finally accepted that this movie was no comedy or action movie, I began to appreciate it. The force of the movie are the three well played and crazy main characters. Three outsiders, three losers who are suffering personal problems and mental illness and who have nothing left to loose anymore. The movie becomes then a very interesting, detailed and insightful movie about the personal struggles of those three characters in some sad, some despaired but also some hopeful and amusing scenes. You don't care about the fact that the ending is predictable or that most parts of the movie are just not funny and somehow random because of the great acting, especially by Claude Legault and Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge. This is a movie about the struggles of life and how to live with them. This movie could have been an excellent drama if the director haven't tried to put some forced and annoying jokes and a boring and random main storyline in it that doesn't really touch you.
That's why this movie, even if you don't get what you expect, is still watchable and interesting from an artistic, dramatical and philosophical point of view. Now, with this warning, you might be able to appreciate this movie and get a less bad surprise than I had and you might even like this movie more than I do from a more objective point of view.