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1.0 out of 5 stars not worth the 10 pounds have a n all you can eat chinse instead, 7 Jun. 2012
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what a heap of crap even as a german i would not bother getting that again, it is a spoof between spaceballs and total stupidity dumm and dummer or borat was better and that was pants too.
dont buy this you will be dissappointed a clear flop
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Initial post: 8 Jun 2012, 14:08:51 BST
Cobaltmotari says:
It's fine to dislike it, but at least explain why, and don't make comparisons as abstract as Dumb And Dumber or Borat. Plus, Spaceballs is flat-out parody, while this is more of a B-movie tribute/political satire.

Also, learn to spell.

In reply to an earlier post on 8 Jun 2012, 14:59:25 BST
Broder says:
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In reply to an earlier post on 8 Jun 2012, 15:04:00 BST
Last edited by the author on 8 Jun 2012, 15:11:36 BST
Cobaltmotari says:
Bravo for bringing nothing to the table, making no effort to defend the original reviewer, violating the posting guidelines by baselessly directing an ad hominem remark at another user, and proving absolutely nothing. Disagreeing with someone is not "nasty". Telling someone to "go change their sheets" just because they brought up points to prove someone you agree with wrong, however, pretty much is. I hope you're aware of how far in the wrong you are.

In reply to an earlier post on 8 Jun 2012, 15:54:50 BST
Broder says:
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In reply to an earlier post on 8 Jun 2012, 15:59:08 BST
Last edited by the author on 27 Jun 2012, 17:58:38 BST
Cobaltmotari says:
Seriously? You're offended by someone criticising someone's spelling just because "they might have a disability"? This is the internet - people can, and indeed in the past, have lied about disabilities in order to get away with poor content, so it's pretty much common sense to always leave disabilities out of the equation.

Also, you're in the wrong because one, everything you bring up is irrelevant, and two, you simply cannot handle any kind of criticism. You're still in no position to be arguing about this, and if the helpful votes ratio on your comments is any indication, I doubt there is anyone on this site who will EVER come up with a legitimate reason to agree with you.

In reply to an earlier post on 10 Jun 2012, 09:58:29 BST
P. Kennard says:
If it helps, the guidelines make clear that offensive and abusive remarks are not appropriate. Including both translates as two count of violating posting guidelines.
Not sure about the spelling remark, the original poster states they are German and I would find it entirely reasonable that someone with English as their second (or third) language could have issues with both spelling and grammar; I know my German would be far worse. Cobaltman raised the point that the 'review' was very weak, providing no real explanation of what the poster found wrong with the film and making unclear comparisons.
Having seen neither Dumb and Dumber or Borat (both of which come across as not to my taste), I am unable to find anything in the 'review' that helps me to gauge what the film is like. The whole essence of a review is to present what you feel is good or bad and why you feel/believe this to be the case. Cobaltman was simply expression frustration that the poster appeared to have done neither.
Posting offensive and/or abusive remarks doesnt help or add to the discussion and could result in people reporting you via the 'report abuse' button.
We should ALL keep it clean. Thanks

Posted on 9 Feb 2013, 09:04:47 GMT
It is good to have the perspective of a German national on a film which manipulates German historical stereotypes.
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