The show focuses on the activities of Pauly and his fellow co-workers as they deliver pizzas for "Fat Pizza", the Sydney-based pizzeria of Bobo Gigliotti, whose slogan is "they're big and they're cheesy".
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Rabbit and Rongo, two dumb but kind-hearted criminals, want to help a young girl get the medical treatment she needs. Inspired by true crimes around the world, they attempt to raise money through a series of dumb plans and hopeless schemes.
The warning label on the front of the DVD case says, "WARNING: This film may cause pregnancy and could get you into trouble with your girlfriend. Tight arse people with no sense of humour may be offended. Not politically, gramatically or scientifically correct." See more »
While at Greenpeace, the red pizza bag on the desk disappears after Pauly is bitten. See more »
[giving baby he's accidentally stolen to a wild animal]
Dingo, take it back, mate.
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During the credits, scenes from the wedding reception are showing. See more »
This film was so so wrong. (politically incorrect). That's why i thought it was so so funny!
I've seen the tv show a few times. I thought the movie would be pushing it, trying to stretch the tv show to a movie length. Plus i thought it would be one of those low budget aussie movies that mainly appealed to ethnic audiences. Like Wog Boy etc. So i wasn't expecting too much from the movie.
I was p***ing myself laughing through lots of the movie. I thought i was going to die because i was laughing too much.
There's jokes about race/religions, public tradegies (sept 11 & more). So if you are offended by bad taste jokes, stay away. This is where i thought some of the jokes were soooooo wrong, but i found it sooooo funny.
I never wondered what time it was, or how long to go, as i usually do in movies (including bourne identity). This movie kept me amused all the time.
A LOT better than what i thought it would be, and i'd be happy to pay the full admission price again to drag my mates there.
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