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You and Your Stupid Mate (2005)

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Best friends Jeffrey and Philip embark on a ridiculous scheme to save their favorite TV soap, "Sons of Surf." In HD.

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Marc Gracie
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Owen Luby Owen Luby ... Young Jeffrey
Stephen O'Connor Stephen O'Connor ... Young Philip
Nathan Phillips ... Philip
Angus Sampson ... Jeffrey
Akmal Saleh Akmal Saleh ... The Third AD
Shaun Worrell Shaun Worrell ... Lifeguard
Louis Corbett Louis Corbett ... Football Kid
Lee Gracie Lee Gracie ... Man #1
Robyn Collins Robyn Collins ... Lady #1 (as Robin Collins)
Lara Welsh Lara Welsh ... Lady #2
Reg Gorman Reg Gorman ... Stan
Rachel Hunter ... Karen
Isabella Redman-Brown Isabella Redman-Brown ... Karen's Child #1
Ruby Redman-Brown Ruby Redman-Brown ... Karen's Child #2
Jade Levine-Redman Jade Levine-Redman ... Karen's Child #3
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Best friends Jeffrey and Philip embark on a ridiculous scheme to save their favorite TV soap, "Sons of Surf." In HD.

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Mates for life. Stupid forever.

Genres:

Comedy

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language and some rude humor | See all certifications »
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Writer of the film and actor Dave O'Neil was involved in boy scouts jamboree and got him involved in the entertainment industry. See more »

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Great for a rental laugh.
19 September 2005 | by michael0000See all my reviews

The first half hour of the film is a riot!, and then it runs out of idea's and resorts to 101 recycled American comedy cliques. Even though some would say it's a waste of Australian's taxpayer's money, it's only half a waste. Also what was the story with the history lesson on Ned Kelly? Do i suspect this is an poor attempt on selling this overseas? Haven't previous Aussie film makers realized that anyone outside of Australia doesn't really give a toss about Ned Kelly?

All round it's OK for a half baked attempt at comedy and for a DVD rental it's worth catching! The DVD commentary is also a riot. It's as if the director is commentating on a Academy Award masterpiece, was he seriously watching what we where?


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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 May 2005 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

Lovagias balekok See more »

Filming Locations:

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia See more »

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Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$453,245
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