NYC: "Imagine 8 million people wanting to live together! This must be the friendliest place on earth." Keep in mind this was filmed back in the 80s, so there’s lots of big hair/too much makeup/tacky polyester outfits. If you can accept the fact that a sophisticated New York photojournalist can live happily with a cheerfully macho, Outback-bred hunter, then enjoy this lighthearted film, where love proclaims itself in an “only in New York” kind of ending. There are some cute cultural mismatches, like when he climbs a light pole to suss out his hotel location, stares uncomprehendingly at a high-end Italian restaurant menu (primo plati, etc.), misunderstands what a coke user is doing, and treats everyone (i.e., supposedly subordinate hotel staff, limo driver) as equals.
A funny movie.
Still odd, but still cute.
"That's not a knife. . .This is a knife." Classic Hogan!
It's been awhile since I've seen this, I got this out for my 9 year old son and I got a bit of a shock at some of the content. There are references to drug taking, being drunk, and some lewd coments / behaviour. I found myself reaching for the remote a few times and wishing I had vetted the movie beforehand. My son enjoyed the movie but I do think it is a PG and I don't reccommend anyone under 12 watching it.
This is a fun movie. Really put a spotlight on Australia that I think wasn't previously there. Just a fun, feel good 80's flick.
maxymaxdog thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over
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