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Weird does not mean good, in this case it means boring.
When I watch a comedy the only major thing that I expect is to have some fun and good laughs. The story is never too important when it's a comedy, it's all about the laughter. In this case I didn't laughed once, maybe one or two shy forced smiles. And even the story was pretty boring if you ask me. I don't know what they tried to do, probably being arty farty or something, but that's exactly the kind of movies I really don't like. When they make 'special' movies, thinking they are something out of the ordinary by making it weird, you'd better come up with a strong story. The story still has to be good, even if you make a weird movie, or in this case funny, which it wasn't. I'm a Belgian myself but that's not a reason to support a stupid movie like this one.
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