Frank and Casper's friendship is put to a test, when Casper decides to leave Denmark to pursue a solo career in Los Angeles. Determined to win his best friend back Frank chooses to follow Casper ensuring an eventful trip.
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Tomas Villum Jensen
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Cult-favorite surreal talk-show hosted by Casper Christensen. A mixture of sketch comedy, talent shows, spoofs, commercials, and action-packed drama featuring numerous bizarre and passionate characters.
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Fairly generic, but less fun than the TV series...
While I can't proclaim to be a fan of either Casper Christensen or Frank Hvam, I have seen a fair amount of episodes from the "Klovn" TV series, and of course I also got to watch "Klovn: The Movie" some time ago.
This movie felt like a prolonged episode of the series, and it didn't really feel like a movie. Perhaps because the concept of "Klovn" is not really one solid enough to support an entire movie's worth and length of debauchery.
There were some laughs here and there throughout the course of this movie. Not many, but they were there. And they were sufficient enough to make it durable to sit through a feature length of "Klovn".
I have watched "Klovn: The Movie" twice since it was released in 2010. The movie doesn't get better with additional viewings. So that race is over, not doing that again.
This movie is a niche movie aimed specifically for the target audience that are fans of the TV series, that much is apparent. If you are not familiar with the series, then you will not get as much from the characters in terms of the way they act, behave, react, talk and such. So I would recommend that you catch up on the TV series. Plus the TV series is also more enjoyable as it comes in smaller packages.
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