|Richard Brzostek - 04/04/2008
Mariusz Pujszo helped introduce Polish comedies to American audiences with his Polish Kitsch Project, which he starred in, wrote and directed. Mariusz and his sidekick Michal are back in Polish Kitsch Project Counter Attack. While working in a movie rental store a couple of years after making Polish Kitsch Project, the pair decide to have another go at making movies. Mariusz is convinced a horror film would be a hit, so they set off on looking for the cast.
The horror they end up making is called "Legenda" (which happens to be a real movie written and directed by Mariusz Pujszo). As you might expect, they try to make a few bucks off the casting like they did in part one. The amature efforts the canadiates make in casting are hillarious. Afterward making Legenda, Mariusz, Michal and their girls visit Hollywood to celebrate their success. Mariusz and Michal are quite funny because they are as goofy as ever.
As those of you who watched the first Polish Kitsch Project, you are probably expecting a lot of pretty girls in this film. I have to say you will not be disappointed, as they are probably even more good-looking women in the sequel. One of the new girls is Joanna Drozdowska, who won the Miss Polonia contest in 2001. Although there are lots of beautiful women in this movie, it is not a flesh fest; in all, there are just a few flashes of bare bosoms.
Polish Kitsch Project Counter Attack is similar enough to the first part to please those who liked the original but different enough to be more than just rehashing old jokes. The soundtack to the film is great and really compliments it. Another thing I like about Polish Kitsch Project Counter Attack is that you can watch it several times without it getting borring. Polish Kitsch Project Counter Attack runs a bit longer than the original with just as much entertainment.
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