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Hey! Stop! Stop! Stop! Look, yous refugees stick out like dogs balls! We're gonna get caught! Go that way to Mecca! Go! And yous! There's money in them bushes! Money!
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This film was so so wrong. (politically incorrect). That's why i thought it was so so funny!
I've seen the tv show a few times. I thought the movie would be pushing it, trying to stretch the tv show to a movie length. Plus i thought it would be one of those low budget aussie movies that mainly appealed to ethnic audiences. Like Wog Boy etc. So i wasn't expecting too much from the movie.
I was p***ing myself laughing through lots of the movie. I thought i was going to die because i was laughing too much.
There's jokes about race/religions, public tradegies (sept 11 & more). So if you are offended by bad taste jokes, stay away. This is where i thought some of the jokes were soooooo wrong, but i found it sooooo funny.
I never wondered what time it was, or how long to go, as i usually do in movies (including bourne identity). This movie kept me amused all the time.
A LOT better than what i thought it would be, and i'd be happy to pay the full admission price again to drag my mates there.
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