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Dealing with Destiny (2011)

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Come and join in all the fun in this quirky Aussie comedy about a group of good buddies on their last day of University together. Blake, Lloyd, Vinnie, and Ricardo have to deal with an ... See full summary »

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Come and join in all the fun in this quirky Aussie comedy about a group of good buddies on their last day of University together. Blake, Lloyd, Vinnie, and Ricardo have to deal with an assortment of challenges that are thrown in their way, such as final exams, college pranks, attack dogs, rivalries and, of course, girl troubles. Lloyd suspects Blake of making a move on his new girlfriend Zara, Ricardo falls in lust with the sexy gym girl, and Vinnie is more in love with Betsy, his yellow 1969 fiat sports car. And what about the arrival of the cute nurse called Destiny? Follow the turning of the tarot cards as Zara uses her self-styled cosmic powers to predict their future pathways. Amazingly, everything seems to be coming perfectly true- or is there a surprise at the bottom of the deck? Starring upcoming talents Luke Arnold ("Broken Hill"), Clayton Moss, Roger Sciberras ("Fool's Gold"), and Catherine Jermanus, it's directed by Colm O'Murchu ("The Makeover"), and also features a killer... Written by Anonymous

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Great college film and worth watching for a good laugh
1 February 2012 | by See all my reviews

Dealing With Destiny is a fun, light hearted college flick about a group of friends getting through their the last day of university. The story unfolds as all of the characters are forced to make big decisions about their future, whilst a series of hilarious pranks play out.

Blake (Luke Arnold) and Lloyd (Clayton Moss) are best friends working on a major project. Lloyd is in love with Zara (Catherine Jermanus), the spiritual card reader, and they wind up in a hilarious love triangle with Blake. The storyline develops as Blake, the nice guy is forced to make a choice between his academic future and his loyalty to his best friend.

The best laughs are had with Ricardo (Steve Maresca) the chubby drop out chasing his dream girl, and Vinnie (Roger Sciberras) who is madly in love with his car.

The acting is this film was world class and you should expect to see these actors appearing in many more high profile films in the near future. With a great soundtrack and some brilliant shots of spectacular locations around Sydney, this film is definitely worth watching for a good laugh.


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