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A fantastic fly on the wall docu with interviews showing real working class kiwi life and recreation. You cant help but love all the characters just for being themselves. Bit like sitting around with... Read more extended family for a weekend bbq and talking about demo cars lol, loved it and watched it twice!
This cracked me up! What a cool movie... I just loved seeing all the typical "Kiwi" things. My flatmate and I were cracking up during the car scenes - a really good look at a slice of Kiwi life. Would recommend.
A charming look at rural New Zealand culture, warts and all.
A great doco of people in a small town doing what they love. We sure have some characters in NZ.
This is not a movie, it is a documentary, and it is about people more than it is about car racing. It is about people who love cars and racing and having fun without a big budget. It has the character... Read more and the colour of the people in it. I liked it and think Florian Habicht has captured this beautifully. The photography is stunning.
This film was hardcase, grass roots New Zealand about the Kaikohe Demolition Derby rounds. Uncle Bimm was a entertaining colourful character amongst others and it was cool to see a real community spirit involved with the Derby.
A terrific movie, great real characters, lovely community, Lovely scenery shots, funny, engaging.
This didn't seem to go anywhere but did make me want to see another demolition derby!
Bit disappointed with this, but considering budget constraints, a good little doco on small town in Kaikohe, Northland. Looks like they all enjoyed themselves, although got a bit hoha with one of the main characters.
A thouroughly watchable doco about ordinary men doing what most of us dream of doing to our cars. No, not pimping them out, smashing them up. The film's marketing is as sideways as the film itself in... Read more the approach to the actual subject matter. There's a lot of guys in mudpools to wade through before anything actually gets smashed. The blurb for the film raises the spectre of Northlands trodglydytes menacing Santa, but that has almost nothing to do with the film itself. The soundtrack is as obscure and oddly applied - but if you provoke the unexpected, you often find a gem like this film.