Hunt for the Wilderpeople

Hunt for the Wilderpeople
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Maria

"Magestical" Fun feel-good movie.

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Craig

Awesome

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Judy

Loved it!!

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Natalie

lovely feel-good movie, great acting and beautiful scenery

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Steven

good movie I liked it

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Nicole

Oh so good. Entertaining, witty and lovely. Laughed a lot, enjoyed it even more.

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Mark

Excellent New Zealand movie, very entertaining, and with interesting characters who are given enough space to excel. There is some great Kiwi comedy here, and the movie also has a lot of charm, with good messages about love and loss and compassion. Another Kiwi classic. The New Zealand bush ...Read more

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Helen

Very entertaining and poignant!

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Max

Loved it, great feelgood movie.

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Petra

I didn't realise what I was going to see... I thought it was some kind of moving man-boy-bonding-wilderness-Deerhunter type thing. And yes, ok, there was bonding going on. But Kiwis just have so much more humour than Yanks - !
I think it's suitable for children, too.

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Karen

Agree about the humour. Brits, Aussies and Kiwis love their ability to take 'the mickey'.

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Honey Lane

Very fun beautiful movie! :)

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Leslie

Very enjoyable feel-good movie

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Adam

Beautifully shot and hilariously quirky.

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Roy

Real authentic kiwi - humour, landscape, huts, clothing, speech - everything! Wonderful

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Karen

Love the props in the house, shed and caravan too.

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paul

NICE

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Raychelle

Oh what a sweet movie!!

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Wolf

good stuff
a little hamy, but well worth the watch

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Olivia

A great film by Taika Waititi (of Thor fame). Great fun to watch with a group of friends. Also good for a family night in.

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