Greg founded a company called Alibi.com that creates any type of alibi. With his associate, Augustin, and Medhi his new employee, they devise unstoppable stratagems and stagings to cover ...
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Greg founded a company called Alibi.com that creates any type of alibi. With his associate, Augustin, and Medhi his new employee, they devise unstoppable stratagems and stagings to cover their clients. But meeting Flo, a pretty blonde who hates men who lie, will complicate Greg's life, which begins by hiding the true nature of his activity. During the presentation to parents, Greg understands that Gérard, the father of Flo, is also one of their clients .Written by
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This could have been good, but .... There are other films in this vein: "The Wedding Crashers", a Will Smith film and a french one whose name eludes me. The protagonist runs a business that provides alibis with himself avoiding entanglements with women. You know what is going to happen as the plot is a cliche: a part of the way through the film he falls for a girl, his business is revealed, it all crashes down and he debases himself for the girl. The film also has a mean spirit in terms of people getting hurt for a laugh: a run-away golf cart hits a trampoline displacing it sideways. The man jumping on it splats himself onto the ground - not funny same golf cart careers towards a sand castle, but collides with the boy building it instead - not funny same boy is hit in the face with a stone from some casual stone skipping on water. The protagonists slink away a child conceived out of wedlock, as a consequence of the chief protagonist, is unceremoniously dumped outside an orphanage
a pair of testicles is shown hanging below a park bench (itself distasteful) is attacked by a feral cat (extreme variation of kick in the groin cliche)
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