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This Australian movie with "schoolies" (as far as I learned "schoolies" is the party weekend that Australian students use to have after finish graduation) as plot's background is nice and pretty comic, but too directed to teenage public.
The plot tell us the journey of four groups of teenagers that are travelling to get the cost, the place where they celebrate the "schoolies", and the adventures they pass through this trip. Very hard incidents occur, but almost all of them are funny! It also has some spoofing parts, like that one joking with the horror flicks where there's a psycho giving a ride to teenagers to kill them WOLF CREEK came to my mind!
It's a nice teenage movie that refers to an important period of everyone's life: when school is over you got to start a new life
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