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||IMDB Rating: 5.5/10 from votes
||Release: 27 November 2014 (Australia) /
||Director: Paul Fenech,
||Stars: Alex Dalrymple, Angry Anderson, Ashley Avci, David Cooper, Elle Dawe, Fonzie Gomez, John Boxer, Katherine Hynes, Liz Harper, Mike Duncan, Mohammed Hammoud, Nick Giannopoulos, Paul Fenech, Persia Blue, Tahir Bilgic
||Synopsis: After fifteen years, pizza chef Bobo is released from prison. Rent has gone up so the only shop Bobo can afford is in the infamous housing commission suburb of Sunnyvale.
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I recall long ago, Mondays in high school were always the best, as Fat
Pizza followed SouthPark. At first, it was simply "that insanely funny
show that comes on after SouthPark", but as it kept going, it didn't
take long for it to turn into an obsession for many of my schoolmates.
I liked it, but didn't follow it religiously. Paul Fenech, the man
behind the madness, starred as pizza delivery guy Paulie. After Fat
Pizza finished up, Fenech was back with a blindingly funny satire of
courier work, which I found especially funny having worked as a courier
myself. Most recently was Housos, a show about the fictional yet
disturbingly realistic dole-bludger suburb of Sunnyvale, where all the
residents have trouble speaking a sentence without some sort of
expletive and are allergic to working for a living.
What is my point then? Paul Fenech was the brains behind all these
shows, and in this absurdly over-the-top film, the Fat Pizza crew from
meets the Housos in side-splitting ways. There is nothing deep here, so
don't look for it. There is nothing subtle here, so follow my previous
The first five minutes show the boss of Fat Pizza Bobo going to
for assaulting a health inspector with a chainsaw. Yes. The movie
begins with his release from prison 15 years later, into the comforting
arms of his mother, despite the fact he is at least forty. After Bobo
has been ripped off by a real estate salesman, as the rent is too high
in his old neck of the woods, he ends up with a new Pizza joint located
in Sunnyvale home to the unemployed, perpetual dole bludgers of
Not long after Bobo has his new pizzeria established (one that doesn't
You PANSY!), we are immediately introduced to one of
Sunnyvale's residents Frankie (one of two characters played by Paul
Fenech). As Frankie is walking down a suburban street, he sees the
Premier doing a media gig. So what does Sunnyvale's most wanted man do?
He slaps the premier with his thong (a flip-flop for you non-Aussies!).
This starts a truly absurd and hilarious chase involving a stolen
courier van, a disabled person giving Frankie a ride on his motorised
scooter, a chopper joining the chase, and finally a go-kart that
Frankie has hidden in a drainpipe for such an occasion. All this in the
first ten or fifteen minutes, and it doesn't stop there as we are
introduced to more of the absurdly yobbo Australians who live in
Sunnyvale, such as Dazza and his on-then-off-again partner Shazza.
Their older relatives provide laughs as well. Oh, and a bong gets
dismissed for normal smoking purposes after being used in an
This may be great for an old time fan like myself, but it is great for
newbies too. Of course some old jokes are revisited with a new spin,
but new material is here aplenty. The movie doesn't for a second try to
take it self seriously, winking an eye to the audience many a time. The
focus is almost solely on the humour, and it delivers plenty of Fat
Pizza in that department. There are subplots to follow if you feel up
to following them, as they are fodder for yet more laughs, but it isn't
really needed to enjoy the film. They just make it funnier.
Some of these subplots if you could call them that include
excessive force used by Australian police, which is exaggerated but
certainly an issue in Oz today, as well as Centrelink, often spelt with
a 'u' to replace the 'e' by many of us. It is the Australian equivalent
of a Welfare Office I guess. We also see the hiring of refugee workers,
the obsession with Occupation Health and Safety codes by government
employees (which is SPOT ON!), as well as the abundance of crack-heads
running around streets, which unfortunately is again spot on,
especially in my hometown of Adelaide. I must say that for such a
chaotically funny movie, there is actually a surprising amount of
subplots that are funny in themselves and are easy to follow.
Another great part of FPVH is that it covers Australia's multicultural
population with offensive stereotypes aplenty, political correctness
thrown directly out the window. Despite this, it is honestly hard not
to laugh. Especially when a biker gang is led by a
smaller person with
serious temper issues and a loud, abrasive yell.
This introduces the various characters efficiently enough that their
personalities are well-established for even a new viewer, who I watched
this with. He loved it. I have a slightly biased perspective, having
loved everything Paul Fenech has touched, but goddamn, this is one
supremely funny movie. It is perfect mix of everything created by
Fenech before this, and is directed by (and of course starring) him.
This is pure, unfiltered Australian comedy at its most unrestrained.
Have a watch, have a laugh, learn some funny stuff about our crazy
world! The film makes fun of our culture and exaggerates it with
reckless abandon, but also has some serious points lying beneath the
anarchy if you want to dig for them.
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Tags for Fat Pizza vs. Housos Full Movie
, Angry Anderson
, Ashley Avci
, David Cooper
, Elle Dawe
, Fonzie Gomez
, John Boxer
, Katherine Hynes
, Liz Harper
, Mike Duncan
, Mohammed Hammoud
, Nick Giannopoulos
, Paul Fenech
, Persia Blue
, Tahir Bilgic
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