In the ruthless and inexcusable universe of the second opus, it is exceptionally true that some are better than the original movie. What else have we done to God? this long-awaited extension unfortunately departs from this rule. The film, still directed by Philippe de Chauveron and the original actor – worn by Chantal Lauby and Christian Clavier – came back entirely to a comedy that mocks prejudices to better punish them. If we take the same recipe by changing a little story about the movie, adding some actors, we find, however, the family and Verneuil Koff together in full. In the first episode Marie and Claude Verneuil (Chantal Lauby and Christian Clavier) married their four daughters, Isabelle (Frédérique Bel), Odile (Julia Piaton), Ségolène (Émilie Caen) and Laure (Élodie Fontan). An opportunity for parents to fulfill their four zets. The family situation in Verneuil has changed little from the first movie: four daughters of Paris, Isabelle, Odile, Ségolène and Laure, want to fly by accompanying their spouses in their country of origin, and their parents will be unable to keep them.
When the old guard saves the movie
Frédéric Chau, who plays Chao, one of the four zeta, said, "I think this second part will be controversial, just like the first, but in a different style, because what we have done to God is dealing with sensitive topics such as In addition to excitement giving way to disappointment when, in the desire to condemn racism, segregation, the weakness of the Frenchman (people known to be grumpy), the film is a bunch of clichés that are used stupid, the gags foreseeable , a simplified and racist, sketchy sketch of all races and religions possible without the originality or creativity that make us forget that film is primarily the story behind the script.
Poverty of dialogue and the absence of freedom in the act of actors do not regulate things. Between Arya Abittana, who plays his show, Frederica Chau and Noa Diawara (pseudo-actors) and girls who have fewer roles, is little to avail of older people who stay for rent. They are the most fun characters in the movie. Christian Clavier, who, in spite of the overweight, dominates acting, smooth and mutually replaceable casting, and Chantal Lauby in the old bourgeoisie, but does not forget that before she became a kato, especially a mother, she maintains a standard of film,
A yellow laugh
At a time when everything slides, where political parties are mismatched, where some media tend to submerge a picture of a nation in which everything is not so bad (still), taken long before the jacket of the yellow vest, the film represents a social discourse, right or left, focused to cohesion, and tries to quieten the ghosts and gather people of the eternal depression, as in the prevailing dynamics (the yellow pre-vampire), he always laughed, who likes to pose as a victim and who is in a strike from the dawn of time. Overloaded people, permanently insecure and requiring greater flexibility. The film has the preaching of nations capable of living in harmony and especially enjoying the country that many others envy. As an informed philosopher, Clavier raises a French identity card, exploits his rightful embrace, disagrees, argues, and even accepts a strike with a certain degree of pleasure in his own color. local, to defend his country better, his true values and his battles have won with a fairly visible marriage for all, and the honor of former Justice Minister and Justice Minister Christiane Tauber. A film that can boast of being the focus of news that shows that French diversity, before being an ethnic or community, is largely social and economic, and that today the whole country is plunging into chaos inexorable. Certainly the film can not be left indifferent, as it does not appear with its approach to sensitive subjects, like a mild job that laughs laughing. He stands for thinking, but in his own speech. But he confuses "comedy" and intentionally wrinkles without a creative axis. At the time this color is current, we can only "yellow" laugh.
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