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Dazza has a passion for barbequing, but when he accidentally gives his neighbours food poisoning, his reputation and dignity are on the line. To make amends he seeks tutelage from the tyrannical Scottish chef known simply as 'The Butcher'. Together they enter an international barbecue competition, pitting Dazza's homespun techniques against the world's best BBQ chefs.Written by
Paul Gerard Kennedy
Bought this off Google play the other day for $3 and I so wish I could get my money back. This is another shocking Aussie movie. Another reviewer says is a down right embarrassment for Australians and I 100% agree. It didn't help that the night before I had watched the great Aussie film The Castle. How far the mighty Australian film industry has falling when we continue to get junk like this.
All the actors were terrible in this too but it was more the script they were working with then the lack of talent. Manu who i can't stand at the best of times is particularly annoying. Magda Szubanski's butcher character wasn't any better and even Shane Jacobson couldn't rescue this film.
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