Keinohrhasen (Rabbit Without Ears) (2007)

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A womanizing, muckraking Berlin journalist meets his match in the unlikely form of a children's day care owner in director/star Til Schweiger's breezy romantic comedy. Ludo (Schweiger) and his photographer Moritz (Matthias Schweighoefer) cover the Berlin celebrity circuit with a flair that's truly all their own, but a bad night reporting on a high-profile engagement party ends in the devil-may-care reporter sentenced to 300 hours of community service at a local day care center run by his former … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Comedy, Romance
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Written By: Til Schweiger, Anika Decker
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Warner Bros

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as Himself

as Chief Editor

as Bello

as Taxi Driver

as Anna's Date

as Daniela
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½

Already one of the big hits of German cinema for the year, this romantic comedy lives through his very charming characters. Especially Nora Tschirner as geeky kindergarten teacher and Matthias Schweighöfer as photographer fill their roles with so much life and humor that you wanna follow them around for a lot longer than these two hours. Til Schweiger is playing more or less himself, as always, the philandering asshole who is brought onto the right path by love. Still, most gags work pretty well and the soundtrack including The Killers and Bloc Party is outstanding. A really lovely and romantic comedy. To be fair, some of the gags might only be understandable for people who know German pop culture.

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½

I enjoyed the bits that made fun of various celebrities... Especially Jürgen Vogel was hilarious. Apart from that a so-and-so romantic comedy with some truly funny moments. Nora Tschirner is extremely endearing, while Til Schweiger is great at outright comedy and not the best actor for the more serious moments. The imagery with Ludo's black-and-white world versus Anna's earth-coloured, warm world was a bit too simplistic, albeit visually effective. I am not a huge fan of the genre and felt entertained, so others might find this very enjoyable.

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Ina S

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