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This is a light-hearted film about two Australian dole-bludgers set to save their favourite TV soap from being axed.
Firstly, Nathan Phillips and Angus Sampson did a fantastic job-acting wise. They did the best with what lines they were given and honestly made viewers believe they were dole bludgers. While I admit the lame take on Home and Away was a little silly and the writers could have spent just a bit more time coming up with something more creative to motivate the pair of characters I hardly think this movie was made to win an international award. This movie is really very funny and anyone looking for a bit of a laugh will thoroughly enjoy it, it's just another Australian comedy that most of us can have a good time watching. Any fanatical movie critics can keep their far-fetched personally insulting opinions to themselves because this type of movie is truly unique to our country ans sense of humour and I believe it has helped to promote the Australian Film Industry greatly.
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