Veninder (2005)

  |  Comedy



3.2/10
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5 April 2006 | filmfreak-5
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| Lived up to its reputation
When people keep telling me how lousy a film is, I usually have the tendency to wind up renting it to see if everything can really be THAT bad, cause come on, any film must have SOME redeeming qualities, right?

WRONG!

"Veninder" is probably the most embarrassing movie ever, the acting is beyond belief that this is actually professional actors acting (although I now have my doubts!), and the script is absolutely the worst in the history of time. Right now I just wanna bang my head against a wall for not believing those who watched it before me, to think I actually wasted time and money on this - I can hear the producers laughing at me on their way to the bank!!

4 actresses all battling out for this years razzie if there was one such in Denmark, but in the end Anne Grethe Bjarup Riis ends up taking the prize....my god.....Anneli Berg closely following....Susanne Storm was mildly annoying, while Brüel was just....you know....there.....

This is supposed to be a film for women, and some will probably tell me I just don't get it....WRONG! I've asked around the women I know who've seen it and they all took offense from this film, so it's not just me. 9 women I know actually felt offended on behalf of womanhood after seeing this film...

I give this a 1/10 cause it truly deserves nothing more! Hard words, yes, but if you don't believe me, watch it ....although I wouldn't recommend it if you wanna keep your lunch in your stomachs!

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Genres

Comedy

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Release Date:

29 July 2005

Language

Danish


Country of Origin

Denmark

Box Office

Budget:

EUR875,000 (estimated)

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