Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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All Critics (31)
| Top Critics (3)
| Fresh (23)
| Rotten (8)
| DVD (3)
The surprise casting is not MacPherson but Sam Neill.
A class act. Great performances.
Its eroticism -- good-natured, harmlessly naughty -- arises from character and material.
Aussie helmer Duigan seems committed to sensualist cinema: as a follow-up to Wide Sargasso Sea and Flirting, this comedy of morals and manners centers on a repressed preacher (Hugh Grant)and sexually wild spirits set against spectacular vistas.
A congenial film about art and sex.
Dreary and pointless, even with all the supermodel nudity.
It's hard to hate any art house film involving a buck naked Elle MacPherson.
One of the most beautiful movies you're likely to see.
Lots of gratuitous animal and tit shots in Australia.
A strange sort of erotic/period drama. A young conservative couple go on a trip to Austrailia. Where the peope around them and enviroment lead them to be less sexually repressed. Most well known for a nude Elle Macpherson.
Cool and great moments of 'sexual liberation'. Three naked models, Elle Macpherson, Kate Fischer and Portia De Rossi, are really hot.
Reasonably charming aussie comedy of manners that survives the presence of Hugh Grant with some handsome photography and the fact you get to see Elle Mcpherson in the nip (if that's to your taste...)
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