The comedy with Kad Merad, Alice Pol and Valérie Bonneton, returns this evening on TMC.
Six years after the box full of Welcome to the Ch’tis, Dany boon found in 2014 Kad Merad in Supercondriac. Both in front of and behind the camera, Dany plays a photographer for an online medical dictionary. A shame for this hypochondriac, constantly convinced that he is suffering from the last virus that runs. This hardened bachelor harasses his doctor, who tells himself that there is only one way to de-stress his most faithful patient: to help him find the woman of his life.
TMC will rebroadcast this comedy this evening which drew 5.2 million spectators in theaters, and which had made laugh the drafting of First, despite its oddly constructed story: “The pitch of Dany Boon’s fourth feature film is tantalizing. The opening, thunderous and funny, takes place on New Year’s Eve: the traditional breeze (vector of diseases) triggers a hurricane of panic in Romain The situational comedy gradually fades, and hypochondria takes a back seat when our (anti) hero addicted to hydroalcoholic gel finds himself caught up in a story of revolution in an imaginary country of the Balkans. Strangely constructed, like s ‘there were two films in one, and of an exaggerated duration, Supercondriaque sometimes clumsily plays on several registers, from the most visual burlesque to romantic comedy, including the misunderstandings dear to the boulevard theater. a little before getting there. In the reconstituted duet of Bienvenue chez les Ch’tis, with Dany Boon as auguste and Kad Merad as a white clown, the latter lacks a constructed and supported score. The main question remains: laughs -on? Yes, but not enough. “
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