New Zealand seems to have a very strange taste in comedy. I really enjoy it but i don’t know that it’s really a majority taste. You have to enjoy dry, subtle comedy (go watch Flight of the Conchords) that comes with an almost dad-joke delivery. I know to a lot of people, that’s probably enough information to pass this movie by, but you’re really going to be missing out on a amazingly funny and very obscure film. As funny as this movie was, it came with a ton of heart-wrenching moments that show the versatility of the actors and writers. But the comedy easily won over the tragedy for me. This may not necessarily be a family-friendly movie, but it’s definitely a must watch.
TrashCan Rating: 4/5