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I felt the need to write a review after the 2-star review featured on the front page was written by someone who freely admitted to a) never having seen an Austrlian comedy film, and b) never watching the TV series.
The is the perfect companion piece to anyone who's been a fan of the girls since 'Big Girls Blouse', where Kath and Kim (and to a lesser extent Prue and Trude) first started.
These women have been living these characters for so long that the dialogue and performances are flawless - absolutely spot on, but not predictable.
The cinema I watched it with similarly had a great time - everyone was splitting their sides.
Ladies - if I were wearing a hat, I'd take it off and show you my bald spot.
To everyone who didn't find it amusing - there's so much of Australian culture you do understand. If you call yourself an Aussie, you should be ashamed.
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