By Chris Nashawaty
March 15, 2011 at 04:41 PM EDT

We realize you can’t tell if a movie will be bad from its trailer, just like you can’t judge a book by its cover. So maybe The Last Godfather is destined to be remembered — at least in the way that Johnny Dangerously is remembered. The slapstick film, which was released in South Korea last December and will open in select U.S. cities on (fittingly) April 1, stars Oscar-nominated actor Harvey Keitel as a mafia don who is retiring and wants to pass the torch to his illegitimate and inept son, Young-goo. Young-goo is played by the movie’s director Hyung-rae Shim, who, for the uninitiated, is apparently a South Korean comedian in the style of Mr. Bean with a soft spot for prat falls, fart gags, and getting his lips stuck in a vacuum hose.

Check out the trailer, it’s certainly, um, interesting…