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An average Cop-Comedy (think Lethal Weapon in France with younger cops). Personally i will remember the Movie only for its sexism. Can in no way live up to the great Intouchables, also there is the same actor in both movies. IMDb should be glad that someone is ready to write a review of this movie and not bother about telling me that i should write ten lines. I mean seriously why ten lines, but maybe it. Is enough if a press backspace and don't have to fill all lines. Maybe if i was a native English speaker it wouldn't pose such a problem, but i didn't like the movie nor this rule. So to come to a conclusion: This movie is OK for television, but don't go in the movie and spend money on this. You surely would regret it.
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