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I loved this film, I prefer Isla during this period compared to her current roles, she has got to stop playing pretty girls. Joseph is well hot, my god those Blue eyes melt me (what ever happened to him?) and Todd's role is perfect typecast and he is cute. I would have liked the film to be longer but it did remind me of of my teenage years and the hot skater boys I dated.The scene at the end when Isla puts his memorabilia away just had me in stitches as thats exactly what I used to do since I was 11 and a little sad at the same time. I would have liked a bit more on each of the characters lives as I love to see quirky Australians. Well worth a look.
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