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07-29-2006, 12:36 PM
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This movie is gonna be T-E-R-R-I-B-L-E !!! cheap re-write of leathal weapon with no budget and the oh-so-obvious we-don't-understand-each-others jokes In bonus, one of the infamous cartoonish acting jobs of the dreadful Patrick Huard... 2 hours of Absolute Torture, I say

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This movie is gonna be T-E-R-R-I-B-L-E !!! cheap re-write of leathal weapon with no budget and the oh-so-obvious we-don't-understand-each-others jokes In bonus, one of the infamous cartoonish acting jobs of the dreadful Patrick Huard... 2 hours of Absolute Torture, I say
Patrick Huard is great, shut your trap

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07-29-2006, 01:56 PM
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This movie is gonna be T-E-R-R-I-B-L-E !!! cheap re-write of leathal weapon with no budget and the oh-so-obvious we-don't-understand-each-others jokes In bonus, one of the infamous cartoonish acting jobs of the dreadful Patrick Huard... 2 hours of Absolute Torture, I say

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I hope is going to be better than Les dangereux

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I don't speak french, so

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cant wait the previews were so funny!!!

ENCHANTEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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TVA sur grand écran... lol, prouve moi que Québecor a mis ses mains dans ça.
voulais insinuer que le star systeme québecois me pue au nez

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I don't speak french, so
It will actually be a bilingual movie.

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07-29-2006, 06:42 PM
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but they take so much time to make this damn movie.. ill remember seeing the preview last summer

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but they take so much time to make this damn movie.. ill remember seeing the preview last summer
really?

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really?
Yope.

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07-29-2006, 08:42 PM
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I saw the preview in November.

Either way, movies usually take a long time. Post production is a long process.

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07-29-2006, 09:11 PM
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I saw the preview in November.

Either way, movies usually take a long time. Post production is a long process.
took 36 days to shoot... just saw that on TV5... they said it usually takes 70 days to shoot a movie like that.

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took 36 days to shoot... just saw that on TV5... they said it usually takes 70 days to shoot a movie like that.
Post production, though.

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07-29-2006, 10:29 PM
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How come??? You live in Montréal!

I'm pure Québécois and I still speak a really decent english and i live in a 100% french city.



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07-29-2006, 11:31 PM
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Post production, though.
uhum... was supporting your previous post

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07-29-2006, 11:55 PM
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hmm...


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07-30-2006, 12:57 AM
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Just saw the preview here in London at the theatre while seeing Clerks II. It does look like a funny movie and I would love to go see it. Will it interest people here in London to watch, I'm not too sure.

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08-05-2006, 08:39 PM
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I saw this movie yesterday. I have to say, I can't remember laughing THAT much. It was hilarious! And if you don't speak french, don't worry about it, there are subtitles. Must see.

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I saw this movie yesterday. I have to say, I can't remember laughing THAT much. It was hilarious! And if you don't speak french, don't worry about it, there are subtitles. Must see.
Also saw it yesterday, not too bad of a movie... the character played by Louis-josé Houde (the coroner) is freaking hilarious, and the mascott doing Travais Bickel in Taxi Driver... yeah!!! and Gary Buttman... need i say more....

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08-05-2006, 09:03 PM
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guys, that movie was actually pretty darn cool!

ok, so the story really isnt anything spectacular (pretty lame-o actually) but the dialogue, humour and interactions were really good!

there was a lot of inuendo and "inside" kind of jokes.

seriously, it was wicked entertainment.

go check it out!!

(how can you hate a movie that has Bettman in it as "Mr. Buttman" and he's like a midget lol)

and totally agree with the coroner (L.J.Houde). he was great in his role. absolutely hilarious.

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08-05-2006, 09:26 PM
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pretty good but kinda cheesy at times. bouchard's boss was hilarious

and it was cool seeing John Abbott

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I saw it yesterday and it really rock!

Bouchard's boss is Pierre Lebeau, one of the best actor in Quebec.

The last line is friggin hilarious: '' ... are you fuc*ing kiddin' me!''

Go watch it, maybe you will not fall in love with this movie, but from the 10+ person I know who had watch it, no one said they had dislike it.

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I saw it too last night and here's my review:

Storyline was god awful..I mean it starts nicely with that dead body on the sign but from there it goes down..quick

I like hockey too..but thats really far fetched

Characters are great..LJH as the coroner is so funny...I am a big fan of Huard and he didnt disappoint me with his performance. I didnt know the Anglo cop tho but The chemistry is good between the two of them
Lebeau is as good as usual.
like someone said its a bit of a bilingual lethal weapon rip off with no budget..but it still is funny as hell

all in all, the good actors made up for the awful storyline

and a half

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How come??? You live in Montréal!

I'm pure Québécois and I still speak a really decent english and i live in a 100% french city.


you'd be stuck in one place if you only knew how to speak french. English is the door to the world. We have no choice to learn it if we want to open our horizons.

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