When you watch a film such as 'Take Away', you shouldn't treat it as a piece of art. What I mean is, just enjoy it for what it is. Realise that it doesn't have a large budget or stellar cast. Honestly, 'Take Away' isn't too bad. It plays out like an 88-minute episode of 'Round the Twist'. It has a premise that's easy to follow and contains some decent humour. Stephen Curry is especially good in his role because he seems to be acting naturally. I found Vince Colosimo's performance to be mediocre. He has a very colourful personality, perhaps 'too' colourful. He tries to deliver every line boldly, when realistically, not every line needs to be delivered with gusto. He has intonation problems. Rose Byrne is good in this, and is now making the big bucks in the United States. Nathan Phillips can't act, but I'm sure he knows it. The film's ending is very displeasing. It was surely concocted without any serious thought and/or intelligence. It happens too quickly, plus it's highly unrealistic. Unrealistic elements are fine in a movie...if it's of the fantasy genre.