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Erc, just remember: your family's who you are
I hope not. I've got one sister who think's she's a horse, another, who's got a black belt in being a bitch, and bloddy Marley who's still mowing crop circles in the front lawn.
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When i heard that this movie was coming out i couldn't of cared less but then i went with my friends and thought it was one of the best Aussie movies after the castle.
I thought Sarskia was brilliant and though people keep dissing her Delta wasn't to bad either even though i think she should stick to singing, however the person i thought was outstanding was the teacher of 9C, every line was delivered with such sarcasm that i thought was hilarious.
This movie is aimed at 12 to 14 year old's, i think thats why i enjoyed it so much as I'm 13, i could kind of get what Erica was on about, her frustration and anger about how no one appreciates her "art".
i would recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys a bit of a light hearted fun, (especially good for a boring Saturday afternoon!
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