Commissioner Schneider is back. Nineteen years after "00 Schneider - Jagd auf Nihil Baxter" the aging policeman now has to face the villain Jean-Claude Pillemann (aka the lizard man). A ...
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The life of a Jazzplayer: Teddy Schu (Helge Schneider) loves Jazz and plays nightly in a small pub with his two friends. Sadly, there is no audience and the owner can't pay them anything ... See full summary »
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A young boy is lying in bed screaming for his mother, but mama is away performing military exercises. People flee through dark basements to the thunder of bomber planes and an insistently peppy, upbeat jazz score.
Commissioner Schneider is back. Nineteen years after "00 Schneider - Jagd auf Nihil Baxter" the aging policeman now has to face the villain Jean-Claude Pillemann (aka the lizard man). A tobacco shop is robbed and a chicken disappears, resulting in a lot of work for the grumpy policeman. An in addition Schneider's aunt from America is staying for a visit...Written by
Moritz Muehlenhoff <email@example.com>
Of course one cannot be surprised to find out that this latest Helge Schneider flick is trash, that is what Helge does and did brilliantly in the past.
I was a fan of him in the early 1990s already when Helge was pretty much a nobody to the German public. Truth is you either like Helge or you hate him, same with his films. I admit that I loved the first 00-Schneider in 1994 and also his "Texas" movie. Although both basically only consist of outtakes and bloopers, both films were actually very funny and quotable.
But apparently Helge is not the same Helge anymore - or he does not want to be. "Im Wendekreis" is Helge's latest attempt, scenes once more don't make any sense, offer weird characters and no plot to speak of. But this time it is just not funny. It is a walkout.
Sorry Helge, this one is a fail. Stick to CDs or try harder next time. Additional star for the slo-mo fight at the end.
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