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Billy and Lucy have grown up together in a small, close-knit Australian country town, where they form one of the town's most formidable Ute driving teams. When Billy takes one risky car stunt too far, Lucy declares she is moving to the city - sending Billy into a spin. Amid the mayhem of the town's annual "Bachelors and Spinsters" party, Billy only has one night to wake up to his true feelings for his best friend - or lose her forever. Spin Out is a fresh, feel-good comedy romance for the young and the young at heart.
Spin Out: Enjoyable. Not Meant specifically for Geniuses
It's a predictable and enjoyable flick, revolving around the (good) look and the (good) acting of its rising star, Xavier Samuel and his partners, Morgan Griffin in the first place.
Frames are full of sun, fresh and good feelings, beer and cars (utes ): as stated in the synopsis it requires a young heart to enjoy it but it's well made, with good care for details and a general good taste.
Even if you cannot refrain from asking yourself what is the point of drawing circles in the dirt with you car's wheels, its current rating on IMDb (4.5 at the time I'm writing) is too low (on my opinion).
It deserves a 6. And BTW, in case you never heard Dave Baxter's 'Love Love Love' before, I'm sure you'll love it, as i did.
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