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Right Here Right Now (2004)

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David Paterson ...
Dan (as Dai Paterson)
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Jefferson
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Ed
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Gary
Tim Richards ...
Andrew
Travis Cotton ...
Simon
Pia Miranda ...
Mads
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Paul
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Jenny
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Heather Mitchell
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AUD 1,600,000 (estimated)
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(Western Electric Sound System)

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1.85 : 1
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21 April 2004 | by (Melbourne, Australia) – See all my reviews

It starts with a nice premise - Dan, struggling with depression, is taken on a roadtrip by his old school buddies to a country house filled with beer, pizza and memories. And that's where the nice ends and the cliches begin. Thin plotlines, ignorant characterizations and adolescent drug referencing hinder an otherwise semi-capable cast. Ed is the only thing close to a saving grace; it's a shame for his character and for the actor that he doesn't get the screentime he deserves. Spawned from what seems an unedited and immature script - albeit heartfelt - post-production previews point to a poorly executed straight to DVD bookend. Some celebrity-spotter value for the soapie crowd.


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