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Berlin, Berlin: Lolle on the Run

By Barbara Shulgasser-Parker, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

TV-based comedy has violence, nudity, and drugs.

Movie NR 2020 80 minutes
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This failed attempt at madcap comedy has a lot of energy but strains unsuccessfully to be funny. Acting and directing styles both suggest desperation inBerlin, Berlin: Lolle on the Run. The material is just a collection of dusty old routines we've all seen before and flashbacks from the original TV series suggest the show was probably no better. Gosh, the women stumble on a hidden meth lab and run from comic bad guys. The women's drying clothes get stolen, by nudists, no less! In one innovation, a bear swallows a cell phone, the bear rings, then his stomach somehow answers the call. None of this is funny. Yet the filmmakers contrive to throw every stupid trick they can think of into this. None of them work.

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