11 March 2013 | DegustateurDeChocolat
Unlike other reviewers I found this movie a good comedy. The comic sense is based on the characters' bizarre lives and their unique physical looks and way of talking. They're goofy and they struggle to find women to have a relationship with. There are four stories set in Quebec each one with a peculiarity. There is the rich and sophisticated businessman who can't manage to get a stable relationship with women and whose psychiatrist suspects he's gay; the car dealer womanizer who has to win back the trust of his wife; the timid man who tries in every way, within its character possibilities, to find the woman of his life; the broke stunt-man who, during his search of his soul mate, is still regretting of losing his recent love. As I said I would give a good rating because the movie has many funny situations and the characters have bizarre looks and manners. However, a flaw I found in this movie was that it often switched from one story to another too quickly, which is partly understandable because there are four stories to be developed without anyone of them tangling in with the others.