30 second movie review

Discussion in 'Australia and New Zealand' started by Bleve, Aug 6, 2006.

  1. Bleve

    Bleve Guest

    Last night I went and saw Detour de France, my 30s review follows :

    Bloody good. Occasionally laggy and sentimental (I think they overdid
    the
    Amy Gillett thing, but it was their story, so fair enough they tell it
    how they want to), but a lot of good laughs and overall a worthwhile
    film to see.

    You may still be able to catch the Wednesday session if you're in Melb,
    Sunday was a sellout :

    http://www.melbournefilmfestival.com.au/2006_Festival/film.php?film_id=6846

    Not sure if it'll be released on DVD or general cinema?
     
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  2. spinalot

    spinalot Guest

    I've got an even better review of the evening, although mine is a bit
    longer than 30s and didn't end on such a happy note as Bleve's.
    Clearly he had a jolly good night out on the town and went home with a
    clear conscience after stomping over someone's heart. I'm really glad
    I recommended the film and bought the tickets. Time and money well
    spent.

    Bleve wrote:
    > Last night I went and saw Detour de France, my 30s review follows :
    >
    > Bloody good. Occasionally laggy and sentimental (I think they overdid
    > the
    > Amy Gillett thing, but it was their story, so fair enough they tell it
    > how they want to), but a lot of good laughs and overall a worthwhile
    > film to see.
    >
    > You may still be able to catch the Wednesday session if you're in Melb,
    > Sunday was a sellout :
    >
    > http://www.melbournefilmfestival.com.au/2006_Festival/film.php?film_id=6846
    >
    > Not sure if it'll be released on DVD or general cinema?
     
  3. kyra

    kyra New Member

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    I too saw this last night... was a lighter side to the tour. I was over for the last 3 stages last year and it was all about the racing... I didn't see anything like the shenanigans the boys got up to, brilliant!!

    Re: Amy/Fabio tributes, i guess they were showing how dangerous the sport can be. If anything, the time wasted on that flat tyre was draining!

    Overall I agree, money well spent.

    Bill


     
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