Bulbul meets a successful aristocratic girl named Yasmine, but she's not the romantic type he dreams of, at the same time he admires his cousin Hala for her calmness and kindness. In the middle of...Read more all this, the psychiatrist Amal shows up and he thinks of getting engaged to her.
Bulbul meets a successful aristocratic girl named Yasmine, but she's not the romantic type he dreams of, at the same time he admires his cousin Hala for her calmness and...Read more kindness. In the middle of all this, the psychiatrist Amal shows up and he thinks of getting engaged to her.more
Throughout the film, there are many situations that could have been funny, but writer Khaled Diab not only killed the humor within them, he didn’t even bother to write a script that seems plausible or makes sense. Diab mocks the audience intelligence with this poorly developed script, based on ridiculous events like a character that develops amnesia when hit on the head, only to regain his memory when hit again, or surviving a fall from a plane unscathed. The movie depends too much on...Read more slap-stick comedy and immature sexual innuendos instead of well-thought situational humor. The movie is too long and transitions between the storyline and hospital scenes are dry. Sitting in the movie theater watching this film, I found the most ironic part during the movie to be when the actors laugh in the film more than the audience; it seems as though they were laughing at us, the gullible audience foolish enough to come to this movie, rather than with us at a sketch that was not funny. Ahmed Helmy, usually an actor with high personal charisma and comedic skills depends on his personal reputation to draw an audience to this film. Such a risk may not destroy his name over night, but one more gamble like this could cost him his career.