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This has a couple of "laugh out loud" moments, but it really is a bad movie.It being an Australian movie, i tried to be a loss let critical.
Badly cast..Nathan Philip's was unbelievable and unfunny.Angus Sampson was OK, but not that funny either.It looked like it had a reasonable budget, for an Aussie flick, but it was majorly wasted into a lame script that tried WAY too hard.
It is one of those movies where you say at the end of it "well that was sh*t." It was almost as bad as "The Extra" and It made "Hating Alison Ashley" look like a masterpiece ( that film actually was better than expected).
Verdict:A complete waste of money and embarrassment to the film industry.
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