The Verneuils are Catholic. They are also a well-off, well-educated , well-intentioned, well-thought of couple. Everything would be for the best in the best of worlds if three of their daughters had not married three young men... of different religions and origins. So, the day their fourth girl tells them that she is going to marry a Catholic they are on cloud nine...Written by
When three son-in-laws were chasing soon-to-be the fourth one, Charles, going to the hotel with his sister, they took photos of Charles and her sister, after the brother-sister entered the hotel and elevator. However when they showed the photos to Isabelle, the photos were showing them entering the hotel. See more »
I didn't like it. I don't think it's bad, but beyond couple of smiles it wasn't funny for me. It's not that the jokes were bad or misfitted, they just were predictable.
Strangely, Christian Clavier reminded me of Louis De Funes, and some of the situations here reminded me of older french movies that i liked. However, this time I could foresee each and every madness Claude Verneuil had.
The jokes weren't neither rude nor offending, which is good, but they definitely lacked a spark or originality.
I felt that the director didn't want to break any rules or do something really crazy and funny, but rather go by an existing well established formula.
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