Trailer Klassentreffen 1.0 Der Trailer zur Komödie "Klassentreffen 1.0 - die unglaubliche Reise der Silberrücken"
Alkohol und einer drogenbeschwingten Rede das Vollchaos vorprogrammiert! KLASSENTREFFEN - Die unglaubliche Reise der Silberrücken Ab Klassentreffen - Die unglaubliche Reise der Silberrücken. © Warner Bros. Foto: Warner Mind the Gap. Robert Schabus (Ö ). Mind the Gap. Trailer. Klassentreffen - Die unglaubliche Reise der Silberrücken · Vorführungen · Trailer · Besetzung & Stab · User-Kritiken. Pressekritiken. FILMSTARTS-Kritik. gotalandsmasterskapet.se: Der ursprüngliche Titel „Klassentreffen “ wurde mittlerweile in „Die Hochzeit“ geändert, dennoch bleibt die neue Komödie. Klassentreffen - Die unglaubliche Reise der Silberrücken. © Warner Bros. Foto: Warner Mind the Gap. Robert Schabus (Ö ). Mind the Gap. Trailer.
Mit 18 fühlten sich die drei Schulfreunde noch unsterblich, doch auf ihrem jährigen Klassentreffen wird schnell realisiert, wie schnell die Zeit. Klassentreffen - Die unglaubliche Reise der Silberrücken · Vorführungen · Trailer · Besetzung & Stab · User-Kritiken. Pressekritiken. FILMSTARTS-Kritik. Eine Einladung zum jährigen Klassentreffen macht dem Familienvater Nils bewusst, dass er alt ist. Zeit, das zu ändern! Trailer zur Comedy Klassentreffen.
You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Photos Add Image. Edit Cast Credited cast: Til Schweiger Thomas Samuel Finzi Nils Milan Peschel Andreas Lilli Schweiger Lili Stefanie Stappenbeck Linda Jeanette Hain Tanja David Schütter Karsten Katharina Schüttler Jette Simon Schwarz Ole Bianca Nawrath Sarah Alessandro Schuster Oliver Rest of cast listed alphabetically: India Antony Rezeptionistin Martin Baden Hotel Manager Timur Bartels Lenny Max Befort Learn more More Like This.
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Enough said. Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote. Like "American Reunion," but German and twenty years later in the protagonists' lives.
As such, I was expecting some low-brow humor, a lot of sex jokes, maybe some nudity. But I was expecting those things to be fun.
It's very hard to have fun when you're in the company of such unlikeable people as the main characters of this film.
The least terrible main character of the film is Thomas, played by the film's director and co-writer among other things Til Schweiger.
Thomas is a talented, attractive and successful guy who needs to learn responsibility in order to commit to a meaningful relationship.
In other words, Schweiger is the same character as in almost all of his self-written movies. What makes him the best of our three leads is the fact that the others are terrible, and nothing else.
Peschel was great in this year's "Der Hauptmann" "The Captain" , and I guess he does a fine job here, given what he has to work with. His character is that his wife divorced him and now he's bitter; his ark is that he needs to be less bitter.
The worst character in the film is Nils, played by Samuel Finzi, who is also not a bad actor most of the time. He has even been good in some other Til Schweiger movies.
In those, he gave his characters, which were mostly spineless betamales who can't stand up for themselves, some depth by playing up their sadness in some scenes.
I guess he got tired of providing those flat characters with dignity that the script doesn't earn, so this time around, he doesn't do the audience that favor anymore.
His character is that he has to learn to appreciate his family, and he also has hemorrhoids and cracks homophobic jokes a lot. Lilli Schweiger, Til's daughter, plays the daughter of Schweiger's girlfriend who goes with the group to make sure Schweiger doesn't sleep around.
The film could have some interesting dynamics between the two, but she just abandons the group at the midway point to have her own subplot, and is only shoved back into the A-story at the end of the second act.
That said, her performance is fine. Like I said, I was expecting some sexism and homophobia in the film, and it would make sense that the protagonists, even if they were well-written, would not have the most progressive and politically correct mindset.
I can't fault the film for portraying disgruntled middle-aged men as somewhat chauvinistic, but I can fault it for not having any heart at all.
Although all of Schweiger's movies are about family values of some sort usually about committing to a relationship , and he even casts his daughter Lilli opposite himself in a role named Lili, with one l , everyone in the cast, except Til Schweiger and his daughter, are written as hateful, intolerant, depressed, angry There is nothing redeeming about Peschel's and Finzi's characters whatsoever, which makes it very hard to find any of the jokes funny.
It's hard to have a good time in a comedy where I hate every character, unless the jokes are at their expense or very well constructed.
And the tearjerker finale is absolutely ridiculous, but that is spoiler territory I guess. The teenage girl who has her life in her smartphone, the marriage counselor who seduces his female clients, the girl who is too stoned for sex -- if those character archetypes are new to you, you might have a blast, if the jokes were well-told -- which they're not, because even if there is a moderately funny joke, screenwriters Schweiger and Lo Malinke don't give you enough credit to find it for yourself.
When our protagonists play the old "Burning bag with dog poo" prank on somebody, they go out of their way to explain to their audience that, when somebody tries to extinguish the fire, they will have to step on the bag which is, surprise surprise, filled with poop and so they will step in poop.
Therefore, when that exact thing happens a few seconds later, you know that it is funny and you have to laugh. If Edgar Wright were dead, he would be rolling in his grave.
Of course, writing isn't everything when it comes to humor. Timing and sound also play large parts. As for the timing, the editing of this film is atrocious.
Every scene has an amount of cuts that rivals any Michael Bay action scene, even when the characters just sit around and talk.
As a result, all of the slapstick is completely butchered, because we never see somebody getting hit, falling and landing all in the same shot.
These are things that happen very quickly, so our eyes can't adjust quick enough to make out what is happening if you cut around every few seconds, so we're not really seeing the joke happen.Do not this web page this Movie!! Arthur 3 those, he gave his characters, which were mostly spineless betamales who can't stand up for wolfgang kГјhne, some depth by playing up their sadness in some scenes. Also Known As: Gjenforeningsfest 1. Clear your history. Action Crime Thriller. That being said, in the screening I was in, everybody else seemed to disagree. Lili Stefanie Stappenbeck