Crime • R • 2000 • 1 hr 34 min
This is Eric Bana’s film. Exceptional portrayal.
Eric Bana is amazing in the lead role of this biopic.
Lives and dies by the main character’s performance. The whole movie is specifically designed to make Bana look cool
Special movie and a great depicition of one of the most notorious to ever live
An endlessly entertaining bio of a man who deserves no sympathy or attention, but you can't help but hang on his every word and violent act.
Mate at work suggested this one it’s hilarious in places and a brilliant movie for it’s time
A surpringly funny tale of Australia's most infamous criminal, who is unsurprisingly callous and evil. Great film.
Eric Bana does a great job of portraying a total bogan mess.
A very memorable character in a not-so memorable story
A bio of Australian criminal is very unsettling. Bana's performance is extraordinary. It has a mix of humor and cruelty.
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