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Paul Thomas Anderson
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Ok, lets make a movie. All we have to do is take every cliche regarding Schoolies week on the Gold Coast, write a flimsy and unintelligent script, get some good looking actors and film. Worth seeing for a bit of a laugh at Matthew Newton in drag and 'trying' (yes, he's very trying) to be a sleaze, but other than that, it's worthless. Spend your money on something else. Hire this one from the video store when it comes out. If you're worried that you'll forget about it and not see it when it does finally come out onto video, don't be. It's not really worth all that thought and effort. There's a tiny amount of my life I want back - wonder if I can sue the filmmakers for damages?
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