Planted by his fiancee at the airport, Bruno flies away alone for a week in an All Inclusive Caribbean vacation club. Bad news never comes alone, he will have to share his room with Jean-Paul Cisse, eternal bachelor very invading .
A French public servant from Provence is banished to the far North. Strongly prejudiced against this cold and inhospitable place, he leaves his family behind to relocate temporarily there, with the firm intent to quickly come back.
Juliette's problem is that she is totally incapable of making up her mind about anything. So even at 40, she still asks her father and her two best friends to choose everything for her. ... See full summary »
It has been the theme of 2015: french comedies were not really funny. Which is an issue when you do a ... comedy.
The characters are stereotypes. I guess it helps the setup be camped faster and get into this "Visiteurs" type of time travel to 1986. However the movie never does anything with that time travel: 1986 is not used that much as a set up for jokes and the return to adolescence for the two star actors (well at least in France) never is utilized for good.
The movie clips along nicely, is never boring or long, but it's never really funny or interesting. A big PASS
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