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Times of India
The film's revolves around a get-rich-quick scheme devised by a janitor and a regular patron of a strip club who decide to bet diamonds, which have been smuggled by the Russian owner of a strip club, on horse racing.
The son of a local gangster meets the owner of a Russian strip club, Kiril (Grant Swanby) to strike a business deal involving drugs. When Kiril notices the watch he is wearing, he realises that it's the same watch in which he had ordered diamonds to be smuggled into Cape Town. Kiril's brother murders the gangster's son who hides the diamonds in the toilet of the strip club. While cleaning the toilet, the club's janitor, Lonnie Cabot (Dalin Oliver) finds the watch case with diamonds and dollars. He teams up with the club regular, Brian Bekker (Neels van Jaarsveld) and bets them on race horses. Now the gangster, is out to avenge his son's murder, the strip club owner wants his diamonds back and Lonnie and Brian get involved in this dangerous game.
This South African production helmed by director Maynard Kraak is an amateurish attempt at tickling the funny bone. While it was intended to be a situational comedy, the gags seem laboured and the innumerable twists and turns seem forced. Comedian Dalin Oliver tries to elicit laughs with his act as a janitor who is easily bullied and is not taken seriously but his efforts don't always hit the right chord. While the makers have tried to milk the script which revolves around a watch for laughs, as a viewer you will be only keeping a close look at your watch and pray that this hair-brained comedy will be over soon. Watch a screwball comedy at home instead.