Review: Klown Forever, 2016, dir. Mikkel Nørgaard

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Remember five years ago when I reviewed that movie Klown? I’m at it again, reviewing its sequel, Klown Forever, over at The Playlist, much like its stars, Casper Christensen and Frank Hvam, are at it again playing awful, petty, self-destructive alternate versions of themselves. How nice to be reunited with them. Wait: No, not how “nice.” How “awful.” I dig this kind of movie when it’s done well, and Klown Forever is done well, but the experience is horribly draining all the same; if laughing ’til your stomach cramps isn’t enough, then maybe the crushing lack of reprieve will do you in. These dudes have no mercy.

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