Klovn: The Movie (Klown)
Klovn: The Movie (Klown) (2012)

Two wildly inappropriate friends run amok through the Danish countryside plowing through endless awkward confrontations and unspeakable debaucheries. Hopelessly wrongheaded Frank "kidnaps" the 12-year-old nephew of his pregnant… More

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Rated: R
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Genre: Comedy
Release Date: September 25, 2012
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Critic Score: 71% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Tom Huddleston
Time Out

A grim, desperately unfunny parade of dick jokes, masturbation jokes, dick jokes, paedophilia jokes, dick jokes, rape jokes, gay jokes and dick jokes

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Mark Feeney
Boston Globe

It can seem sometimes that Hollywood has a monopoly on stupid, obnoxious comedy. Anyone who sees "Klown" will learn otherwise.

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Landon Palmer
Film School Rejects

Situational comedies need some believability to be effective, and too many gags in Klown feel like punchlines whose set-ups were engineered in reverse...

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Chase Whale
Film.com

KLOWN is a one of the most comically aggressive films you will ever see.

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Bill Goodykoontz
Arizona Republic

Think of all the gags you think might go too far, and then watch as Nørgaard takes them even further.

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Peter Bradshaw
Guardian

In its cheerfully offensive and bizarre way, Klown is often funny.

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Anthony Lane
New Yorker

Its deliberate aversion to good taste is the biggest gag of all, and the source of its claim to infamy; yet running beneath the grossness, and the calamitous bonhomie, is a quiet streak of despair.

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Lou Lumenick
New York Post

Ultra-raunchy, sometimes hilarious...

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Jason Ward
Little White Lies

Aside from its standout scenes Klown is underpowered, content to coast on the easy chemistry between its leads.

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Flixster Audience Score: 68% Flixster User Reviews
Daniel Perry
Think of a Judd Apatow film. Now add some grit and gravitas and (more) lewdness, without stripping away any of the honest charm, and you'll get a film a… More
Kevin Cookman
Hilarious. Almost entirely unpleasant.