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Daft as a brush, uplifting and occasionally laugh out loud funny
Having just seen Deadpool 2, which is such a letdown after the first one, I cannot understand how this is getting such bad reviews ... Its bright, colourful and laugh out loud funny ... If you grew up in a seaside community in the 70s its a must ... If you like 70s Australian cinema its a must ... If you like camp, daft as a brush comedies its a must ... Its not trying to be a masterpiece ... Its just a funny, but sharp, pastiche of cliched 70s Australia ... And gord did those cliches really exist ... Give it a go ... It made me laugh out loud ... A lot :)))
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