When starting a movie certain things will prepare you for what kind of movie you are about to watch. When the three main characters (four if you include Gordon Kennedy) have a main background in stand-up comedy and children's programs, you know it's not going to be a brainteaser. So just (try to) enjoy their antics.
Jonathan Spang plays Nikolaj, who has just been released on probation. He tries to stay away from his two former buddies in crime Timo and Ralf (Rasmus Bjerg and Mick Øgendahl), but soon he finds he needs their help. Their capers are inventive and funny and more likely than not apt to fail. Despite the odds, things somehow work out for the trio. It's not particularly well-acted but the inventive crimes, the absurd conversations and Micks slap-stick make up for that. Kurt Ravn and Kim Bodnia are very believable, though. I was easily entertained by this movie.