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The singing mum – Goddess review

By Jess Lomas March 12, 2013 It’s clear from the moment Goddess begins that writer-director Mark Lamprell (My Mother Frank) wants his audience to have a good time. There’s a high level of energy that doesn’t dissipate but seems to elevate uncontrollably, and by the time the final scene arrives one might feel as though […]

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Outfoxed – Kath & Kimderella review

Kath & Kimderella – Starring Jane Turner, Gina Riley, and Magda Szubanski. Directed by Ted Emery. Rated PG. By Simon Miraudo. It’s hard to imagine how those unfamiliar with Jane Turner and Gina Riley’s comic characters Kath and Kim will take to their first big screen outing, particularly the response of those from a different […]

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Trailer Debut: Kath and Kimderella

The feature trailer for Kath and Kimderella, the first big screen outing for the ladies of Fountain Lakes, has arrived online. I love Kath and Kim, and not even an absolutely abysmal teaser could dissuade me from looking forward to this movie adaptation. That being said, this trailer is abysmal. Hopefully the film itself can recapture the magic of the show. […]

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Teaser Debut: Kath and Kimderella

The teaser trailer for Kath and Kim’s first big screen adventure – the somewhat clumsily titled Kath and Kimderella – has debuted online. Noice? Well… Let it be known that I find the characters of Kath, Kim, Kel, Sharon, Brett, Prue, Trude, and even Sandy Freckle incredible, and I can’t wait to see their latest collaboration […]

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Kath and Kim movie gets new title, release date

Roadshow Films has announced the foxy ladies are heading to the big screen on September 6, 2012, in the Ted Emery directed Kath & Kimderella (it’s nice, it’s different, it’s unusual). The film, penned by and starring Jane Turner and Gina Riley, sees Australia’s favourite Fountain Lakes residents travel overseas only to find themselves in […]

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