With Fabrice Eboué belonging to the "Jamel Comedy Show" generation, I expected a funny movie, with some politically un-correct and daring.
Alas, everything stays conventional, as if it was calibrated for prime time tv on a conservative channel - by a 50-ish director. We already have the generation born in the 1950's doing such movies after having their blast (at least a good part of Splendid, les Inconnus for example have past their blast and specialized in such comedy aimed for the France-centric), we do not need younger humorist to directly take that direction.
I don't know if he was restrained by its producers, but I failed to find real funny moments, not to say an original story past the pitch (yes, with only the pitch, it could have been something).
I did not find anything to salvage except the intention behind the movie which raise its rating to an already generous 3/10.
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