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Greg founded a company called Alibi.com that creates any type of alibi. With his associate, Augustin, and Medhi his new employee, they devise unstoppable stratagems and stagings to cover their clients. But meeting Flo, a pretty blonde who hates men who lie, will complicate Greg's life, which begins by hiding the true nature of his activity. During the presentation to parents, Greg understands that Gérard, the father of Flo, is also one of their clients . Written by
Its tones of black humor and slapstick made the movie funny enough for me
My family and I have always trusted in french cinema as one of the bests. Yesterday, after watching 'Dunkirk', we entered to see this one. We had already seen the trailer, and our expectations were high for this to be absolutely entertaining.
But the thing about Alibi.com is that it isn't only entertaining, but it is hilarious as hell! Really, I wasn't expecting its tones of dark humor/slapstick present throughout the movie. It probably was because the movie, according to the cinema were I saw it, was rated B (which in Mexico it's like PG-13). And well, I wouldn't think of it as a movie suitable for pre-teens, or for children.
7/10. It is absurd, silly and stupid at times, but believe, that is exactly the reason of seeing this nice french flick.
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