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Lemon Popsicle 4 : Private Popsicle

Lemon Popsicle 4 : Private Popsicle

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Lemon Popsicle 4 : Private Popsicle  Three Israeli friends – Bobby, Benji and Hughie – joined the mandatory army drafted, but they’re not quite ready to give up the freedom they’ve enjoyed for so long and submit to army discipline. They spend most of their time chasing women, trying to get out of doing any work, and avoiding their no-nonsense sergeant

Not as good as the first three but does have some funny moments

Rated R for Language and Sexual Content including nudity.

Lemon Popsicle 4 : Private Popsicle  Private Popsicle is the fourth film in the Isreali Lemon Popsicle series.You can find all four plus the first twenty minutes of the fifth one on youtube.This film is a bit different from the first three.The first three films were basically teen sex comedy/drama’s set in the 50’s or 60’s.Private Popsicle has the three friends joining the army.The first three are great films because they mix both comedy and drama.The fourth film however has very little drama in it and is mostly a slapstick comedy a lot like the film Stripes only not as good.There are a few funny moments in the film but overall, this entry in the series is not as good as the first three.Its still a decent comedy though.

the popsicle boys return for more fun and games,

the lemon popsicle boys return for this forth installment in the series, that sees the boys took out of there hometown and joining the army, and while it does have a good few solid laughs, it doesn’t entirely work. and characters from the previous movies are reduced to mere cameos, and even though they are in the army, all of the jokes are the same old ones from the first three, there still chasing girls, and there still getting up to mischief, but and maybe its the fact that they are taken out of there comfort zone, i just didn’t find it that funny this time around. the actors who play the three popsicle boys are as good as ever and give it there all, but with a uneven script and not many laughs, there not given the best to work with, never the less the movie is never boring, and fans of the series will still want to check this out

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