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In 1994 Australian director P.J. Hogan and an audacious Aussie ingénue named Toni Collette broke onto the scene with the wild comedy Muriel's Wedding. Since then, Collette has become an international star, recognized for her comedic timing and depth in drama. Hogan's trajectory has been less universally praised, and more hit and miss. After helming the contemporary comedy classic My Best Friend's Wedding, he directed a string of lesser-known features, including the underrated Unconditional Love, the underseen Peter Pan, and the underwhelming Confessions of a Shopaholic. But after close to twenty years, Hogan and Collette have once again joined forces. This time for a crazy comedy called Mental. Check out its poster below, thanks to The Playlist: Written and directed by Hogan, Mental centers on the Moochmoores, a family of seven, made up of a philandering father (Anthony Lapaglia), a mom on the brink of meltdown, and a pack »

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