A lot of fun in the film, and good for some laughs.
I have enjoyed this movie on several occasions it covers struggles, greed, happiness etc etc ... an aussie classic .. Love Eric Bana and the beautiful Belinda Emmett
Entertaining from beginning to end with alot of laughs along the way.
i thought tghe movie was very predictable as what was going to happen in the end and through outthe movie but over all was not to bad to watch
Worth watching as a good Aussie comedy, however not as funny as I was expecting.
Slow at times but definately worth watching. Good Aussie humour.
Excellent Australian humour. Will not be disappointed.
Disappointingly flat, unfunny comedy from thriller director Bennett, complete with try-hard oneliners (some of which come off) and a desperately thin story that is helped along by a top-notch comedy cast. If it's ever released internationally which seems likely, due to Bana?s top billing it will fare even worse than here, as much of the humour relies on the presumption that we know Bana from his television comedy days, Curry from "The Castle" and utility comedian Big Dave O'Neil. Emmett and the other female actors do the best with what they've got, which is absolutely nothing the film is, in many ways, a throwback to the nostalgic 1980s, complete with non-white ethnic stereotypes that fail spectacularly, and an unconvincing reliance on mateship as the central motif. After a woeful beginning, the main offender being Cullen's ridiculously lame voiceover, the film picks up somewhat in the middle before the mateship bond between the three lead characters is tested and plot takes over, and it fizzles towards a predictable and dissatisfying anticlimax. With Bennett at the helm, though, you wouldn?t expect it to be all bad, and it's not some of the one-liners do work (you've made it when you order your second Mongolian hotpot), television comedian Moon (from "Fast Forward") is brilliantly cast as the unscrupulous Ratner, and the bush scenery is typically breathtaking, though strangely underaccentuated. In the comic tradition of "The Castle", it's easy to see where the Working Dog film would have gone if it hadn't have been so damned funny! Hopefully Bennett won't give up on comedy, but it's one hell of a gap between this and success. The film premiered at Mudgee, where it was filmed, and where Bana, Curry and O'Neil arrived in the back of a ute.
No one takes the piss like Aussies! Probably on all accounts a very average "movie", but I loved it.
Good for a view. A lot of aussie content in this movie.
Another great Australian comedy movie from the same stable as The Castle. I loved it.
Clever truly Aussie movie.
Definitely worth a watch.
Very Funny Australian Movie.
A bit slow going and not as funny as I had expected. Found some of the deleted scenes funnier.
A cute little movie. Very enjoyable.
Dreadful. Australian film making has got to stop trying to rely on the Castle or Corcodile Dundee formula for a succcessful film. Stepehn Curry and Eric Bana disgrace themselves in this tripe.