Great movie title and excellent poster that hints on something epic. It looks nice and has some interesting camera angles, but it also disappoints because it is unfortunately not France's Paris nor any city for that matter which gets "eaten". Dialogue also lacks playfulness or originality and the main character is hard to love.
A Guignol critique on consumerism that starts off as a joke but takes the joke to the point of straight-faced seriousness (like The Aristocrats turns into The Magnificent Ambersons). I think it's trying to be that way, because it has mood to spare, even when you're confused.
A tremendously strong and creative debut feature from some one who would become one of Australia and America's biggest talents. A dark sense of humor mixed with some really neat costume and car designs all fitting into a bizarr-o western theme. I can totally see where Edgar Wright got the main inspiration for Hot Fuzz from...
Odd little Australian film that has an intriguing premise, but is far to slow to live up to its potential as a cult classic. Plenty of weird moments - particularly the gory and surreal ending - but it lacks the energy to make things interesting along the way.