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This movie is not the first to feature the Tasmanian Devil as central character to a movie. A few years back, in 2006, a film called Cemetery Gates featuring an escaped lab Tasmanian Devil running amok in a National Park in Southern California was released. It is the only other Tassie Devil movie. See more »
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As a resident of Tasmania, this is the biggest load of crap I've seen in a long time. Parks personnel may carry guns in Canada, but not here. Nor do they dress like a Dr. Hook wannabe. There are female rangers and most of them can find a shirt that fits. Don't get me started on the background of deciduous trees and what appear to be fake ferns, certainly not Man ferns or Dicksonia Antarctica appear commonly in the bush. If you're going to make a movie like this at least some of it should be believable. I don't know if anyone associated with this film has ever been to Tassie, but I doubt it. If they have, they should have paid more attention. I can't watch anymore as I fear for the safety of my TV.
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